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West Ham put in a fine display at Manchester United - here are our ratings

PUBLISHED: 11:30 28 November 2016

West Ham United's Michail Antonio (left) and Manchester United's Jesse Lingard (right) battle for the ball during the Premier League match at Old Trafford, London.

West Ham United's Michail Antonio (left) and Manchester United's Jesse Lingard (right) battle for the ball during the Premier League match at Old Trafford, London.

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Who gets the West Ham man of the match award at Old Trafford?

West Ham United's Cheikhou Kouyate (left) and Manchester United's Zlatan Ibrahimovic (right) battle for the ball during the Premier League match at Old Trafford, London. West Ham United's Cheikhou Kouyate (left) and Manchester United's Zlatan Ibrahimovic (right) battle for the ball during the Premier League match at Old Trafford, London.

DARREN RANDOLPH 9 (man of the match)

His superb save from a clean through Rashford was a pivotal moment in the game and he made more excellent saves in the second half. Earned the man of the match plaudits.

CHEIKHOU KOUYATE 8

West Ham United goalkeeper Darren Randolph claims the ball at the feet of Manchester United's Marcus Rashford (left) during the Premier League match at Old Trafford, West Ham United goalkeeper Darren Randolph claims the ball at the feet of Manchester United's Marcus Rashford (left) during the Premier League match at Old Trafford,

Made a superb interception as Ibrahimovic went through and was generally in control of the defence in the absence of Reid. An excellent display.

JAMES COLLINS 5

Lost Ibrahimovic for the goal and though he had his good moments, he generally found life tough in defence against a strong United attack.

ANGELO OGBONNA 8

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho is sent to the stands Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho is sent to the stands

Continued his fine run of form as he thrives in the three-man central defensive formation. No-nonsense defending and good in the air.

MICHAIL ANTONIO 8

Got forward so many times, beating defenders and getting into the box as often as he could. Had the measure of his marker on the right wing, but his crosses were off target again.

AARON CRESSWELL 7

Manchester United's Jesse Lingard (right) and West Ham United's Mark Noble (left) battle for the ball during the Premier League match at Old Trafford, London Manchester United's Jesse Lingard (right) and West Ham United's Mark Noble (left) battle for the ball during the Premier League match at Old Trafford, London

Could not get forward as much as he would have liked, but did provide a welcome outlet for the midfielders to find him. Got stuck in defending and there was plenty of attacking down his wing.

MARK NOBLE 5

Whether it was his week off that put him off his game, but this was a poor display by the skipper. Lost the ball in the tackle too often and also with wayward passes that put the team under unnecessary pressure.

PEDRO OBIANG 9

Manchester United's Zlatan Ibrahimovic scores his side's first goal of the game during the Premier League match at Old Trafford, London. Manchester United's Zlatan Ibrahimovic scores his side's first goal of the game during the Premier League match at Old Trafford, London.

Yet again he proved what an invaluable player he is for West Ham. Countless times he won the ball or broke down United attacks and he is improving his range of passes with the more games he plays.

MANUEL LANZINI 7

Darted around the pitch and got into the opposition box to cause problems and though not everything he tried came off, he was still worth his place in the starting line-up.

DIMITRI PAYET 7

West Ham United's Diafra Sakho celebrates scoring his side's first goal of the game during the Premier League match at Old Trafford, London. West Ham United's Diafra Sakho celebrates scoring his side's first goal of the game during the Premier League match at Old Trafford, London.

Not at his best, but certainly looked interested as he got himself forward and into dangerous positions. It was his free kick which led to the West Ham goal.

DIAFRA SAKHO 8

Great to see him score. The first goal by a West Ham striker all season. Worked really hard, held the ball well and gives the team a different dimension. Hopefully his injury is not serious.

SUBSTITUTES

ASHLEY FLETCHER (for Sakho, 66) 7

Preferred to Zaza and rightly so. Made an impression from the word go and only denied a first goal by the legs of De Gea. Impressive.

ANDRE AYEW (for Lanzini, 74) 7

Got stuck in and played his part as West Ham looked for a winner, having one effort that went wide.

RATINGS

DARREN RANDOLPH 9 (man of the match)

His superb save from a clean through Rashford was a pivotal moment in the game and he made more excellent saves in the second half. Earned the man of the match plaudits.

CHEIKHOU KOUYATE 8

Made a superb interception as Ibrahimovic went through and was generally in control of the defence in the absence of Reid. An excellent display.

JAMES COLLINS 5

Lost Ibrahimovic for the goal and though he had his good moments, he generally found life tough in defence against a strong United attack.

ANGELO OGBONNA 8

Continued his fine run of form as he thrives in the three-man central defensive formation. No-nonsense defending and good in the air.

MICHAIL ANTONIO 8

Got forward so many times, beating defenders and getting into the box as often as he could. Had the measure of his marker on the right wing, but his crosses were off target again.

AARON CRESSWELL 7

Could not get forward as much as he would have liked, but did provide a welcome outlet for the midfielders to find him. Got stuck in defending and there was plenty of attacking down his wing.

MARK NOBLE 5

Whether it was his week off that put him off his game, but this was a poor display by the skipper. Lost the ball in the tackle too often and also with wayward passes that put the team under unnecessary pressure.

PEDRO OBIANG 9

Yet again he proved what an invaluable player he is for West Ham. Countless times he won the ball or broke down United attacks and he is improving his range of passes with the more games he plays.

MANUEL LANZINI 7

Darted around the pitch and got into the opposition box to cause problems and though not everything he tried came off, he was still worth his place in the starting line-up.

DIMITRI PAYET 7

Not at his best, but certainly looked interested as he got himself forward and into dangerous positions. It was his free kick which led to the West Ham goal.

DIAFRA SAKHO 8

Great to see him score. The first goal by a West Ham striker all season. Worked really hard, held the ball well and gives the team a different dimension. Hopefully his injury is not serious.

SUBSTITUTES

ASHLEY FLETCHER (for Sakho, 66) 7

Preferred to Zaza and rightly so. Made an impression from the word go and only denied a first goal by the legs of De Gea. Impressive.

ANDRE AYEW (for Lanzini, 74) 7

Got stuck in and played his part as West Ham looked for a winner, having one effort that went wide.

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