West Ham Sink Mourinho’s Man United Deeper With 3-1 Defeat

West Ham Sink Mourinho’s Man United Deeper With 3-1 Defeat

Felix Egbomuche

Felix Egbomuche

Manchester United lost their third game of the season in the Premier League against West Ham at the London Stadium.

United came into the game under the microscope as many observers were looking to see how the team would react after a troublesome week.

Goals for Filippe Anderson, Marko Arnautovic and an own goal by Lindelof condemned the Reds to their second defeat in a role.

Rashford pulled one back when the was 2-0, but it proved only to be a consolation.

Anderson gave the host’s the lead when he flicked in Zabaleta’s cross to score his first goal for the hammers.

The lead was increased to two when Lindelof deflected Yarmolenko’s tame effort that left De Gea rooted to the ground.

Marcus Rashford scored from Luke Shaw’s corner on 71 minutes as United tried to hustle for at least a point.

If there was any hope of a comeback for the Red Devil’s, Arnautovic laid it to rest with his precise finish when left one on one with De Gea.

It remains to be seen how the United hierarchy will react to the loss with many fans calling for the sack of Jose Mourinho.

United host Valencia in the Champions League as they look to build on the win against Young Boys.

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