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Summary

  1. Pogba converts two penalties either side of Anderson strike
  2. Man Utd up to fifth, four points behind Chelsea in fourth
  3. West Ham have now lost four of last five matches

Live Reporting

By Tom Rostance

All times stated are UK

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  1. Farewell

    That's the Premier League action all done and dusted for another Saturday.

    If you're just joining us see what you missed here

    And join us on Sunday for Palace v Man City and Liverpool v Chelsea...

  2. 'We will struggle in Barcelona if we play like that'

    Man Utd 2-1 West Ham

    Manchester United

    Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to BBC Sport: "They played better than us, it is fair to say, I don’t think anyone will disagree. We got away with it, sometimes we have lost when we should have won, so over a season it evens itself out.

    "Playing on Wednesday, and today and again on Tuesday played a major factor. It’s a juggling act but I and we got away with it today.

    "You’re allowed to have a good keeper, he is a fantastic keeper, if they score they could have gone on to win. Then we had to gamble, bring on the kids and introduce more energy, at that stage they were better team.

    "We got away with it, got three points, in a few years no-one will remember how we played if we finished in the top four.

    "We rested a couple, thankfully, we got through it and we will be ready for Tuesday. With a performance like this we all know we will struggle in Barcelona, and we will have to improve."

  3. 'We got away with it'

    Man Utd 2-1 West Ham

    Manchester United

    Ole Gunnar Solskjaer

    Speaking to BT Sport, Man Utd manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said: "We got away with it. I know it is not easy because we played on Wednesday and we made a few changes. They deserved to get their goals but we are allowed to have a good goalkeeper.

    "Of course, we have a game on Tuesday night too which may have played on the player's minds, but I'm not sure why we played last Wednesday and then we play next Tuesday. That is my little complaint to Uefa.

    "There have been two games away recently where we have played well and not got what we deserved but the last two games at home against Watford and West Ham we probably got what we didn't deserve, so it evens itself out over the season."

    On Marcos Rojo: "He has had trouble with his calf but he had to step in because we had so many full-backs out. We won't get away with playing like that against Barcelona. We have to have a better performance to stand a chance at the Nou Camp."

  4. Post update

    Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has said "we got away with it" about 15 times in his two post-match interviews.

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  6. 'We would have won with VAR'

    Man Utd 2-1 West Ham

    West Ham United

    Manuel Pellegrini

    Speaking to BT Sport, West Ham manager Manuel Pellegrini said: "I think we should have won three points. We played against Manchester Unietd at Old Trafford and it was a good performance but unfortunately we couldn't win. I don't want to complain about the referee because I think all of them were difficult decisions, but it was not a penalty on Juan Mata and our disallowed goal was onside by just one foot.

    "The second goal they scored was a mistake and also offside although we made a mistake in the build-up. With VAR I think we would have won this game.

    "We had the possession and the chances of the game but you need a bit of luck to win the games. It is more difficult to finish in the European places but my target is to finish as high as we can and we will fight to the last day to achieve that. Playing like we did today will make it easier."

  7. Post update

    Man Utd 2-1 West Ham

    Felipe Anderson

    Felipe Anderson scored his first Premier League goal in 14 games, becoming the first West Ham player to score home and away against Man Utd in the same league season since Jermain Defoe in 2001-02.

  8. Post update

    Manuel Pellegrini says the officials made three errors, none of which were bad errors and perfectly understandable, but if VAR was in force then West Ham would have won.

    Is that progress?

  9. Post update

    Man Utd 2-1 West Ham

    Paul POgba

    Manchester United have won a league-high 12 Premier League penalties this season. Indeed, it’s also the most the Red Devils have ever taken in a single campaign in the competition.

  10. "We had the luck today"

    Man Utd 2-1 West Ham

    Manchester United

    Paul Pogba

    Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba speaking to BT Sport: "It was really open but we didn’t play well. With the chances and space we had, maybe we played too slow. We will have to fix that, we learn from that and focus on next one

    "I can’t explain if we are tired from the Champions League game but we have to rest now for Tuesday."

    On the penalties...

    "What matters is to put the ball inside that’s all, maybe I tricked the keeper but all that is important is the three points today.

    "I think we had the luck, you always have to take it, sometime it is for the other team but we took it today."

    Can they make the top four?

    "Of course."

  11. "We deserved something from the game"

    Man Utd 2-1 West Ham

    West Ham United

    West Ham DF/MF/FW RC Michail Antonio on BT Sport: "I don't know what to say, it was an unbelievable team performance. We lost the game with two penalties but take nothing away from our performance.

    "Referees are only human. You can't fault the disallowed goal or the penalty being given, I had a look in the first half as I was on the bench. Felipe Anderson may be onside but it's someone's foot and there was contact for the penalty. The referee did well.

    "We deserved something from the game, we came to Old Trafford and had more possession and shots on target but it's part of the game.

    "I don't know what else I could do, maybe I should have put more on the header but I still think it should go in!"

  12. Post update

    Paul Pogba admits that Manchester United didn't play well but the points are what mattered.

  13. Chasing the top four

    Man Utd 2-1 West Ham

    Ole Gunnar Solskjaer embraces Paul Pogba and David de Gea before applauding the home fans.

    West Ham move over to their supporters, they look crestfallen after that one.

    Here's what the three points mean for Manchester United:

    Table
  14. FULL-TIME

    Man Utd 2-1 West Ham

  15. Post update

    Man Utd 2-1 West Ham

    Anxious faces in the crowd as Michail Antonio chases a ball down and forces David de Gea to boot it out. Free-kick West Ham...

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    SMS Message: Pogba average as per but rolls in a couple of pens. Now we'll have to hear about how he's world class for the next week from Dean, London
    Dean, London
  17. What does it feel like to be Solskjaer?

    Man Utd 2-1 West Ham

    Simon Stone

    BBC Sport at Old Trafford

    Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is stood at the edge of his technical area. This is a game Manchester United have to win. All his substutions have been used. His team are winning but not playing well and one of his defenders has just had his head taped up. There is five minutes of injury time.

    It must be agony down there.

    Ole Gunnar Solskjaer
  18. 'West Ham have to switch the play'

    Man Utd 2-1 West Ham

    James Scowcroft

    Former Crystal Palace striker on BBC Radio London

    West Ham have got to switch the play because it's very congested in the middle. They need one of the wide players to run inside to create the space.

  19. INJURY TIME

    Man Utd 2-1 West Ham

    FIVE minutes added on.