West Ham United piled more pressure on Jose Mourinho by defeating Manchester United 3-1 in their Premier League clash at the London Stadium on Saturday.
West Ham United took the lead in the fifth minute through Mark Noble.
Mark Noble fed Pablo Zabaleta down the right, who then played a low pass into the middle where Anderson flicked home for his first goal for the club.
United dominated possession afterwards but were unable to craft clear-cut opportunities.
Romelu Lukaku came close getting the equalising goal for United in the 23rd minute but his well placed header from Ashley Young’s cross hit the upright.
The hosts doubled their advantage two minutes before the break through Andriy Yarmolenko.
United failed to clear their lines and Yarmolenko picked the ball up at the far post, cutting back inside and his effort took a huge deflection off Victor Lindelof that left David De Gea helpless.
Substitute Marcus Rashford pulled a goal back for Jose Mourinho’s men in the 71st minute.
Marko Arnautovic however put the game beyond United when he grabbed his side’s third in the 74th minute.