Manchester United condemned West Ham to a 3-1 defeat on the day they welcomed fans back to the London Stadium Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side produced another stunning second-half comeback.
The Hammers opened their gates to 2,000 supporters for the first time since February 29, and looked on course for a memorable victory when Tomas Soucek’s first-half strike gave them the lead against an insipid Manchester United.
Solskjaer rung the changes at the break and his substitutes transformed the game, with Bruno Fernandes setting up Paul Pogba’s superb equaliser before the Portuguese had a hand in Mason Greenwood’s clinical strike.
Having turned the game on its head in three second-half minutes, Marcus Rashford then sealed the victory, lifting the ball over Lukasz Fabianski after fellow substitute Juan Mata played him through on goal.
The victory extends Manchester United’s club-record away winning run to nine games and moves them into the top four, while West Ham drop to seventh having missed the chance to go third.