Louds boos at Old Trafford.
Another goalless draw for Manchester United, while West Ham claim a well-deserved point.
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Almost! Defender Chris Smalling's shot it blocked close to the line by a resolute West Ham defence.
Corner for Manchester United...
Three minutes of added time.
West Ham almost there.
No sign of a winner from either side.
I wonder how much money the NHS would save if doctors would start prescribing Manchester United games for those with insomnia? It's also a lot safer than medication as well...
That's Mauro Zarate's last action of the match. He is replaced by defender Carl Jenkinson. West Ham holding out for a point. A well-deserved point.
Mauro Zarate whips in a free-kick from the right which Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea punches clear.
Four minutes left. Is there a winner in this?
Michael Carrick goes in the book for a cynical trip on West Ham's Mark Noble who was leading a breakaway.
Manchester United man took one for the team.
Former Spurs striker on Final Score
"Incredibly frustrating for Manchester United fans - it really could have been 1-0 there.
"West Ham for me, have been the better side. They have defended very well and could have been 3-0 up by now."
...but Juan Mata's corner comes to nothing.
Full-back Guillermo Varela makes his way forward and earns a corner...
I'm absolutely sick of the discrimination big boys like myself and Fellaini suffer week in week out. Every game about 5 or 6 fouls against us go unpunished just because we're stronger than the opposition. Football is a game for men not boys yet certain players seem to be penalised regularly for their athleticism.
Former Arsenal defender on Final Score
"United lack that goalscorer, they are getting the opportunities but they should at least be hitting the target."
Yes they will get a better chance!!
Jesse Lingard can't keep his composure, bashing a drive wide from inside the area when he should have buried it.
Two quick opportunities for the hosts.
And there's the chance they've been waiting for!
Great play from sub Memphis Depay on the left, working an opening with Marouane Fellain before pulling a cutback to Anthony Martial.
The Frenchman opens up his body and caresses a finish towards the far post, but it sails inches wide off target.
Will they get a better chance?
Former Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson in the stands watching on. Wonder what he makes of another slow and ponderous performance from the home side.
Midfielder Pedro Obiang on for West Ham in place of Alex Song, who has had an excellent game in his first start of the season.
13 minutes to go.
Where's Anthony Martial?
Caught on his heels that's where. Full-back Matteo Darmian whips in an inviting cross across the six-yard box but there's a lack of red shirts busting a gut to get on the end of it.
Martial heads wide from the resulting corner.
Groans of frustration from the home faithful.
Can United fans please stop moaning. You are one goal away from being top of the league.
Last throw of the dice from Louis van Gaal.
Midfielder Bastian Schweinsteiger makes way for winger Memphis Depay. Can the Dutchman make an impact?
Manchester United striker Anthony Martial just can't get his shot away from inside the box.
The ball eventually reaches Bastian Schweinsteiger on the edge of the box but the German blasts his effort over the bar.
Have Manchester United got that one piece of magic in them to finally break down the West Ham resistance?
They show quick footwork inside the area as Anthony Martial exchanges passes with Juan Mata, but the Spaniard screws a right-footed effort wide of goal.
With Man Utd's recent track record of lack of shots on target you have to question West Ham's decision to play a goalkeeper.
No way through for Manchester United.
Juan Mata's free-kick is headed away by West Ham full-back Aaron Cresswell and the Hammers maintain their clean sheet. It has been a heroic effort from their backline so far.
West Ham midfielder Alex Song chops down Manchester United striker Anthony Martial and a free-kick in a promising position...
Better from Manchester United!
Striker Anthony Martial with some quick footwork on the left of the box before feeding a ball into Marouane Fellaini in the six-yard box, but the Belgian's effort is kept out well by West Ham goalkeeper Adrian.
Former Spurs striker on Final Score
"West Ham should be 3-0 up now. Mauro Zarate was clear through on goal - a golden chance - but misses the target.
"Manchester United are having to scurry to stay in the game. It really is all West Ham!"
What a move from West Ham, pity for them that Mauro Zarate couldn't crown it with a finish.
Twice they've hit the woodwork and a further two one-on-ones missed. They really should be home and dry by now.
Only two Manchester United players are in their own half, according to the average position map.
West Ham are camped back in their own half, but have had the better chances to break the deadlock.
How many more chances do West Ham want??
Great link-up play up top between Andy Carroll and Mauro Zarate. The Englishman with a deft touch to put the Argentine through, he's onside and one-on-one, but drags his shot wide of goal.
He won't get a better chance than that this afternoon!
LVG has made some great moves in the transfer market, both in and out of Old Trafford. His coaching philosophy is looking very last decade though. Maybe he should move to a Director of Football role and give Giggs the chance to pick the team.
Keep ball again from Manchester United but they're not making anything of it.
West Ham eventually get the ball back after defender Winston Reid steps in and they break at the other end.
Forward Mauro Zarate drills a low effort which David de Gea gathers easily.
Just a warning sign for the home side that West Ham are very much still in this game.
West Ham boss Slaven Bilic on the touchline making all sorts of hand gestures to his players. I can't make head nor tail of it, hopefully they know what he's talking about.
Salford City are more exciting than United at moment.
Winger Jesse Lingard finds space 30 yards out and lets fly, but it's over the crossbar and no worries for West Ham goalkeeper Adrian.
West Ham have defended really well in this game. The solid foundation at the back has been built predominantly by New Zealander Winston Reid. Can they keep it going?