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90' + 5'
W. Weghorst
3 - 1
A. Garnacho
2 - 1
Lucas Paquetá
Yellow Card
N. Aguerd
Own Goal
1 - 1
S. Benrahma
0 - 1

Match Stats

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Shots Off Target
Shots On Target 8 7
Total Passes 512 347
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That's all for today, goodbye!
United are through to the FA Cup quarter-final and put their name into the hat for the draw later on today. They have another big game at the weekend as they travel to rivals, Liverpool. West Ham are out of the FA Cup in the fifth round once again. Their attention now turns back to the league as they face Brighton and Hove Albion on Saturday.
United leave it late as they come from behind to beat West Ham 3-1. It was a fairly slow first half, though both De Gea and Areola were forced into making good saves to keep it 0-0 heading into half-time. West Ham started quickly after the break, and Benrahma rifled them ahead by brilliantly picking out the top corner. That goal seemed to wake United up, and Casemiro had a header ruled out for offside before Aguerd's own goal got them level. In the 90th minute, Garnacho curled in a lovely second to finish the comeback, and Fred sealed it in the dying minutes after Weghorst pounced on Aguerd's mistake.
W. Weghorst
90' + 5' Weghorst made it difficult for Aguerd after the defender took a poor first touch, and he did well to get it back to Fred.
90' + 5' FRED SEALS IT! Rashford's cross is blocked by Aguerd, but he can't sort his feet out quick enough and Weghorst is there to nick it off him. He bundles it back to Fred on the edge of the box, and he fires it past Areola and into the back of the net to make sure of the win. 3-1 United!
R. Varane
A. Garnacho
90' + 3' Ten Hag wants to see out the win in the last few minutes. Garnacho, who looks to be the match winner, is taken off, with Varane on in his place.
90' + 3' SO CLOSE! It's a brilliant block from Dalot to stop Benrahma's run and he sets United on the counter again. Fernandes slides it forward for Rashford, who drills a low shot across goal from a tight angle, and it's just wide.
90' + 2' Malacia blocks Scamacca's run, and Garnacho spins before flying forward down the left. Rice slides in to nick it off him, and West Ham are back on the attack.
A. Garnacho
90' GARNACHO SCORES! Fernandes swings a cross into the box and it's a tired clearance by Aguerd straight to Weghorst. The defender recovers well to block his shot though, and it loops back out to Garnacho on the left of the box. He has a quick glance up as he gets it out of his feet before curling it around Johnson and into the far bottom corner. 2-1 United!
88' It's a lovely switch out to the left by Fred, and Fernandes nods it forward before fizzing it across the box towards Rashford. Aguerd is alert to the danger though and slides in to put it out for another corner.
G. Scamacca
M. Antonio
86' And West Ham are making a change of their own. Antonio goes off, with Scamacca on in his place.
M. Sabitzer
86' Fourth change for United now, and it's Sabitzer that's taken off for Fred.
85' It's a poor corner from Fernandes this time, but Malacia quickly wins it back following the clearance. He sweeps it back out to Garnacho, who swings a deep cross towards Maguire, but it's just too high for him.
83' SAVE! Casemiro is telling Fernandes where he wants the ball playing from this free-kick, and he listens. It's curled onto the penalty spot for the Brazilian, but he thumps his header straight at Areola this time.
Lucas Paquetá
Yellow Card
82' Paqueta stretches across Garnacho to cut out his run, and he takes the youngster out, resulting in a yellow card.
81' There are shouts for a penalty from the home fans as Garnacho takes a tumble in the box. He was tussling with Johnson before he went down, but there wasn't enough in it and the referee waves play on.
79' Rashford is fouled as he backheels it to Weghorst, but the referee plays the advantage. He squares it to Fernandes, who decides to have a go from range despite having options on either side, and it's straight at Areola.
N. Aguerd
Own Goal
77' OWN GOAL! It's another great delivery from Fernandes, this time from a corner. Maguire is waiting in a crowd of West Ham players just in front of the keeper, but it's Aguerd that gets his head to it before Areola, and he nods it into the back of his own net. 1-1!
76' Bowen is caught offside, and United look to break on a quick counter. West Ham flood back into their shape to block off the space, and the hosts are struggling to find a way into the box.
J. Bowen
Pablo Fornals
74' West Ham's first change of the game sees Fornals replaced by Bowen.
72' OFFSIDE! It's a wonderful curling free-kick from Fernandes and he picks out Casemiro on the edge of the six-yard box. The Brazilian just set off too early though, and it won't count! Still 1-0 West Ham!
70' CHANCE! Martinez goes long over the top and Ogbonna stops Dalot from bringing it down. His clearance only goes as far as Fernandes, who hits the shot on the volley, but he fires it just over the bar.
69' Martinez gives Antonio a shove in the back, and West Ham have a free-kick down the right. Emerson swings it in, but Casemiro rises highest to clear his lines.
67' Casemiro catches West Ham out by playing a reverse pass into Rashford, and he jinks past Rice to have a shot from range. It's a poor one though, and it flies well wide of the far post.
65' SAVE! Garnacho squares it into Weghorst, but he has his back to goal, so he lays it off to Casemiro first time. He drills a first-time shot through the crowd, but Areola gets down to hold it.
63' GOOD SAVE! Malacia wins it back just as quickly as he gifts it back to West Ham. Rice slides it forward for Antonio, who gets the better of Martinez when he slips. He's one-on-one with De Gea again, and the Spaniard makes another big save to deny him.
62' Fernandes spots Garnacho in space once more and plays a wonderful switch out to him on the left. He volleys a cross in, but it's too close to Areola, who collects it in front of Sabitzer.
60' United can't clear their lines and it pinballs out to Fornals on the right. He plays a dangerous low ball through the six-yard box, but none of his team-mates can react quick enough to turn it on goal.
M. Rashford
58' And Antony is the player making way for Rashford, who slots in up front, with Weghorst dropping deep.
Lisandro Martínez
V. Lindelöf
58' Ten Hag is making a double change in response to going behind. Lindelof is the first to go off, with Martinez on in his place.
56' Rashford is getting ready to come on as United try to push for a quick equaliser. Antony bursts down the right, leaving his marker behind, but the cross into Sabitzer is a poor one.
54' Unlike the hosts, Emerson was alert to what Soucek was doing and he used the space to pick out Benrahma.
S. Benrahma
54' BENRAHMA SCORES! United think the ball went out of play, but Soucek kept it inside the line and knocked it onto Emerson down the left. He pulls it back to Benrahma, who has a quick glance up and rifles his shot past De Gea and into the far top corner. A VAR check proved it stayed in, and the goal counts. 1-0 West Ham!
52' CHANCE! United work it straight down the other end, with Fernandes fizzing it into Weghorst. His first touch forces him wide as he takes it around Ogbonna, and he fires it just past the near top corner.
51' GREAT SAVE! Fornals goes for the big switch out to Benrahma on the left and he clips it straight back to the far post. Soucek nods it down, and De Gea gets a strong hand to it to push it away.
50' Fernandes' floated cross is nodded away by Aguerd, but only as far as Sabitzer on the edge of the box. He picks out Antony, but he scuffs his low shot straight at Areola.
48' It's been a slow start to the second half, with United in no hurry to push upfield despite having the ball. West Ham try to inject a bit of pace when they win it back, but Antonio can't get past Garnacho.
46' United get us back underway for the second half!
S. McTominay
46' There's a change for United at the break. It's McTominay that's going off, with Casemiro on in his place.
Ten Hag didn't look too happy with that first half, and he'll be looking for his side to show more of an attacking threat after the break. He also has options on the bench if they're needed as he won't want this to go to extra time. West Ham have looked dangerous going forward, but they need to take their chances.
It's goalless at the break between United and West Ham. Both sides created a couple of good opportunities in the first half. Antonio forced a big save out of De Gea from a one-on-one situation early on before Soucek nodded wide. At the other end, Areola made two good saves to keep out Sabitzer and Garnacho.
45' + 1' Johnson slices at a clearance, but it works out with Antonio keeping it in play on the far side. Dalot slips, allowing him the space to play it forward for Benrahma, but his cross is cut out by Sabitzer.
45' West Ham win it back high upfield again, but Soucek's pass out to Fornals hits the referee before bouncing through to Antonio. He scrambles to get on the end of it, but ultimately, it has to be pulled back.
43' Weghorst does well to hold off two West Ham players before touching it into Fernandes. He wants to pick out Antony on the right of the box, but it pinballs through the visitors, straight to Areola.
41' CHANCE! Fernandes drills a low ball to the edge of the box and Weghorst lets it run out to Garnacho. He knocks it past Aguerd before firing a shot on goal, but it sails just over the bar.
39' Rice's long ball bobbles back to De Gea, but he gifts it straight to Fornals with his clearance. He rushes back to his line as it's touched into Antonio, but his low shot is straight at the keeper.
37' BLOCK! Fernandes floats a free-kick into the far post from the left, and Maguire is there to nod it back into the middle. McTominay meets it on the volley, but Soucek is in the right place to block it.
36' Dalot and Maguire are both drawn to Benrahma, leaving space for Emerson on the overlap. He fizzes a dangerous low ball across the face of goal, but nobody is in there for West Ham.
34' Johnson does well to keep the ball in play as he knocks it back to Paqueta. He has two ahead of him but plays his throughball in the gap between them, and De Gea collects.
S. McTominay
Yellow Card
32' McTominay is late getting across to Benrahma, and he just sticks out a leg to trip him, resulting in a booking.
30' Sabitzer cuts it out in midfield, and his first thought is to slide it down the right for Antony. He cuts inside before trying to curl one into the top corner, but he sends it high and wide.
28' SAVE! Benrahma catches Dalot out by spinning inside before squaring it to Paqueta through the middle. He attempts to catch De Gea out with an early long-range effort, but it's straight at the keeper.
H. Maguire
Yellow Card
27' Maguire clatters into the back of Antonio on the halfway line and catches him late. He picks up the first booking of the game.
26' The option of a quick counter-attack isn't there for West Ham, but they do stretch United as they switch it out to Johnson on the right. He can't shake Garnacho though, and the youngster does well to pick his pocket.
24' CLOSE! The resulting corner is swung into the box and Soucek gets in front of his marker at the near post to flick a header on goal. He can't get his angles right though, and it hits the side netting.
23' GREAT SAVE! It's a brilliant pass from Benrahma to set Antonio in behind. He drives into the box and is one-on-one with De Gea, who makes the angle difficult and then makes himself big to smother the shot.
22' The pass into Antony is heavy, but he does well to hold it up long enough for Fernandes to get up in support. He picks out Garnacho once more, but Johnson steps in with a great block to stop him from cutting back inside.
20' Fernandes spots Garnacho out in space down the left again and switches out to him. He checks back before curling a cross in, but Aguerd gets in front of Weghorst to clear it.
18' Antonio has peeled out to the right in an attempt to get on the ball once again. He tries to drag his team upfield, but is crowded off it by three United players before he can get near the box.
16' Weghorst picks Paqueta's pocket and McTominay comes away with it as United charge forward on the counter. The referee belatedly pulls it back for a West Ham free-kick and the Dutchman isn't happy with that decision.
14' Antonio has peeled out to the right and he lifts in a good cross. Soucek is practically sat on Maguire's shoulders as he meets it, but his header bounces well wide of the far post.
12' GOOD SAVE! Garnacho curls a shot towards the far bottom corner which Areola pushes away. It falls to Dalot, who plays in Weghorst instead of having a shot. His first-time shot bounces just wide before the flag goes up.
10' Benrahma does well to shrug off Dalot and Fernandes as he drags it into midfield and then spreads it out to Fornals down the right. He fizzes an early cross into the box, but Lindelof is there to clear.
8' CHANCE! Fernandes spots Antony in space on the edge of the D and plays it into his feet. He tries to curl it into the far top corner, but it doesn't dip in time and sails just over.
6' GOOD SAVE! United are just starting to move it quicker now and McTominay spins away from Emerson to cut inside before squaring it to Sabitzer. He drills a low shot on goal, and Areola gets down quickly to tip it wide.
4' Antony tries to flick it past Soucek but ends up gifting the ball straight to Rice. He drives forward before threading it towards Benrahma, but Dalot shields it out of play.
2' West Ham are seeing a lot of the ball in the opening moments of this game. When they're route down the right is cut out by Garnacho, they switch it to the opposite flank, but Emerson's long ball sails straight to De Gea.
1' Paqueta gets the game underway for West Ham!
The teams are out on the pitch now, with kick-off just moments away!
This is the 12th FA Cup tie between United and West Ham, and the first since the fifth round in 2020-21 (a 1-0 United win). The Hammers have lost the last four ties between these sides, last winning in January 2001, a 1-0 victory at Old Trafford thanks to a Paolo Di Canio goal.
Moyes makes four changes to the team that beat Forest last time out. Areola starts in goal, with Emerson, Fornals and Antonio also coming in. Bowen is available on the bench. Vladimir Coufal and Lukasz Fabianski both miss out after picking up injuries in that game, while Danny Ings is cup-tied.
Erik ten Hag is taking the opportunity to rest some of his players, as he makes six changes from the EFL Cup final on Sunday. Lindelof, Maguire, Malacia, Sabitzer, McTominay and Garnacho are all brought in. Varane, Martinez, Fred, Casemiro and Rashford drop to the bench, while Luke Shaw isn't in the squad.
WEST HAM SUBS: Flynn Downes, Joseph Anang, Kamarai Simon-Swyer, Aaron Cresswell, Divin Mubama, Jarrod Bowen, Gianluca Scamacca, Thilo Kehrer.
WEST HAM STARTING XI (4-3-3): Alphonse Areola; Ben Johnson, Nayef Aguerd, Angelo Ogbonna, Emerson; Tomas Soucek, Declan Rice, Lucas Paqueta; Pablo Fornals, Michail Antonio, Said Benrahma.
MANCHESTER UNITED SUBS: Lisandro Martinez, Tom Heaton, Anthony Elanga, Casemiro, Facundo Pellistri, Raphael Varane, Fred, Marcus Rashford, Aaron Wan-Bissaka.
MANCHESTER UNITED STARTING XI (4-2-3-1): David de Gea; Diogo Dalot, Victor Lindelof, Harry Maguire, Tyrell Malacia; Marcel Sabitzer, Scott McTominay; Antony, Bruno Fernandes, Alejandro Garnacho; Wout Weghorst.
United come into this game fresh from winning the EFL Cup on Sunday, having beaten Newcastle United 2-0 at Wembley to end their six-year trophy drought. They're chasing more silverware in this competition and got through to this round after beating Reading 3-1 last time out, one of eight wins in their 10-match unbeaten run coming into this game (D2). Some of the pressure eased on David Moyes after a late flurry of goals saw West Ham beat Nottingham Forest 4-0 on Saturday. They beat Derby County 2-0 to get to this round, and are looking to reach the quarter-finals for the first time in seven years. They've lost just one of their last six in all competitions coming into today (W3 D2).
Hello and welcome to live coverage of the FA Cup fifth-round tie between Manchester United and West Ham at Old Trafford!