Manchester United vs West Ham Premier League LIVE Football Score 19 Sept 2021
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West Ham United is going head to head with Manchester United starting on 19 Sept 2021 at 13:00 UTC at London Stadium stadium, London city, England. The match is a part of the Premier League.
West Ham United played against Manchester United in 2 matches this season. Currently, West Ham United rank 19th, while Manchester United hold 13th position. Looking to compare the best-rated player on both teams? rating system assigns each player a specific rating based on numerous data factors.
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On loan from Watford, Dawson has been outstanding in the Hammers’ push for a top-four slot but settled the contest in the wrong way at the start of the second half as he turned Bruno Fernandes’ corner into his own net under pressure from Scott McTominay at the near post.
When the visitors finally pushed forward, Luke Shaw got in the way of Tomas Soucek’s goalbound shot as United kept a fourth successive clean sheet for the first time under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. The result kept United in second but with the teams from fourth to seventh all failing to win this weekend, they now have a nine-point advantage over West Ham, who remain fifth, but do have a match in hand.
Solskjaer’s men get the job done
Solskjaer will have been relieved to get the victory after conceding injury-time equalisers against Everton and AC Milan at Old Trafford in recent weeks. It was not the greatest performance and United’s first-half frustrations were summed up when skipper Harry Maguire bellowed an instruction to his team-mates that they needed to “liven up” and “stop giving the ball away”.
With David Moyes setting up his side with wing-backs and three holding midfielders, West Ham provided a puzzle United struggled to solve. Aside from Rashford glancing a header wide and Greenwood having an effort tipped on to a post and out for a corner by Lukasz Fabianski, United’s passing lacked both the accuracy and crispness to move the visitors out of their containment structure.
In addition, as Rashford kept pulling wide and Fernandes tended to drop deep, neither McTominay nor Fred made runs into the box that might have allowed them to threaten the visitors’ goal. United were better after the break and Fabianski produced another excellent low save to deny Fernandes before Greenwood struck a post with a powerful shot at the end of a burst into the box.