They never had a go at Barcelona or tried to, in such a massive game where the fans are up for it. In all probability, a push for Champions League qualification next season is all that remains for United now and that's going to be a massive stretch too. "Top four is also an aim if we don't get 15 - but we should aim for 15 points".
Barcelona are famed for their ball retention and United face playing much of the game without the ball. But then again West Ham have lost three of their past four and in the one this correspondent covered, the home defeat by Everton, they were as abject a team as you could dread to watch.
"When you're at Man United, it's not just about one player".
West Ham head to Old Trafford sitting comfortably in mid-table on 42 points so they have very little left to play for but Manuel Pellegrini will be keen to get back on track following successive defeats to Everton and Chelsea.
Since the Norwegian took the job, Pogba has scored nine goals and assisted a further seven in 19 games but according to French publication, Les Parisien the 2018 FIFA World Cup victor wants out. It's a sad sight that at Old Trafford, in the Champions League, United aren't having a shot on target.
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Yes is odds-on in the Both Teams to Score market too and that makes flawless sense given United's record of leaking goals at home.
Pogba opened the scoring on 19 minutes after Robert Snodgrass was ruled to have fouled Juan Mata just inside the area, but United struggled to build on that lead. And that's where the value sits.
"This is a "must win" game for them".
Paul Scholes has urged Paul Pogba to snap out of his poor run of form ahead of Manchester United's Premier League clash with West Ham.
Luke Shaw and Ashley Young are suspended for the game but Solskjær has a few more options at full-back to choose from this weekend, with Matteo Darmian and Marcos Rojo available after injury, though midfielder Nemanja Matic is not quite ready to return.
In that particular match, the Frenchman bagged two goals to help guide the Red Devils to a 3-0 win at Craven Cottage.