The Hammers took the lead through a Diafra Sakho strike in the tenth minute as Louis van Gaal’s men struggled all through the first forty-five minutes. Both teams went into the break with the hosts leading 1 – 0. As the second-half began, it took just six minutes before Anthony Martial restore parity and the same player put United ahead in the 72nd minute. Four minutes later, the hosts drew level through Michail Antonio and United were shocked in the 81st when Winston Reid netted the winner for the Hammers. It ended West Ham United 3 – 2 Manchester United. The defeat for United means a win for Manchester City in their last game will shut-out Van Gaal’s men out of the top four in the final match.