MU entered the top 4 after a comeback against West Ham

3 goals from Pogba, Greenwood and Rashford helped Man Utd win against West Ham 3-1 in the 11th round of the Premier League. Man Utd continued an impressive series of performances on away field. Coach Ole Solskjaer played poorly in the first half and was led by West Ham after the goal of Tomas Soucek in the 38th minute.

After a period of pressure, MU rose strongly in the second half. Pogba equalized for the visitors with a high-class remote shot in the 65th minute. 3 minutes later, Greenwood increased the score to 2-1 after Telles assists. Rashford set a comeback for MU with a goal in the 78th minute.

This result helped MU rise to 4th place on the rankings, 3 points behind the top team Chelsea. Man Utd entered the competition with West Ham, but his mind was still on the match against Leipzig in midweek. Coach Solskjaer boldly put Bruno Fernandes, Marcus Rashford, the two best attacking players on the bench.

Contrary to initial predictions, West Ham did not play a defensive counterattack. But he pushed the squad high pressing right after the opening whistle.

Man Utd’s defense played a dagger and constantly had to fend off the host’s attacks. In the 9th minute, Dean Henderson’s net vibrated, after the situation of losing the ball from Anthony Martial. However, Jarrod Bowen’s goal was not recognized for an offside foul.

Most of the MU waves ended up in the middle of the field. At that time, West Ham immediately put his troops into a counterattack. The visitors’ defense was constantly put in a passive position. The job of the strikers on the home side is just waiting for the ball to pop out, then to hit the shot in an empty position.

After 6 missed delicious opportunities, including once the ball hits the column, the homeowner also has a table to open the score. In the 38th minute, Declan Rice headed to the wall for Soucek to finish close to the wall to defeat the MU defense system.