"They played better than us but we have one of the best goalkeepers in the world".
The Argentina global has been restricted to just four appearances across all competitions for the Red Devils this season thanks to fitness issues and competition for places at centre-back. But it'll even itself out over the season.
Paul Pogba stepped up and buried the penalty for his 15th goal this season.
The manager was quick to emphasise that he was not questioning the midfielder's professionalism, adding that he hoped to have Herrera fit for the Premier League home matches against Manchester City and Chelsea in late April.
The Red Devils lost the first leg of their quarter-final tie against the Spanish champions after an uninspired performance at Old Trafford, with a Luke Shaw own goal ultimately deciding the match. It's a very different kettle of fish at Old Trafford though, with 80% of Manchester United home games producing at least three goals scored - hence why Over 2 ½ in the Over/Under 2 ½ Goals market is trading at around [1.5].
West Ham United have said they are "disgusted" by a video circulated on social media that appears to show a group of supporters singing an anti-semitic song.
"We got away with it, [it's] got three points".
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"[Felipe Anderson's disallowed goal] was onside, by just one foot, so that's why the mistake was made".
Manchester United needed two Paul Pogba penalties to stay in contention for a top-four Premier League finish by beating West Ham 2-1, while Tottenham moved up to third thanks to Lucas Moura's hat-trick in a 4-0 win over Huddersfield yesterday.
Pogba took full advantage and sent West Ham goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski the wrong way after deciding against his usual stuttered run-up.
It proved the decisive moment of the game as a minute later United were awarded a penalty after substitute Ryan Fredericks unceremoniously brought down Martial.
The Mexican global joined United back in 2010 and soon became a fan favourite for his knack of scoring crucial goals. Both sides came away with a point though and United have yet to win a game to nil. Solskjaer must decide on a new leader and will pick someone who typifies the qualities he wants in the dressing-room.
They will end the day on 11th place, however, if they go on to lose the game.