West Ham fans sung anti-Semitic Tottenham songs before Man United

West Ham fans sung anti-Semitic Tottenham songs before Man United

West Ham fans sung anti-Semitic Tottenham songs before Man United

And the Norwegian manager has revealed that the Scotland worldwide was kept fresh ahead of United's Champions League game against Barcelona in midweek.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has called on Uefa to change its Champions League scheduling having tried to Google why his Manchester United side are playing again on Tuesday night.

"You want to see players step up and say now: 'I want to be part of this.' You saw Fred and Scott [McTominay] the other day took the mantle up".

"Unfortunately that has come at a time when there are contract talks but that is ongoing so I can not really comment too much on how far they have come down the line and what he is deciding".

"This is a "must win" game for them".

Against West Ham on Saturday, United needed a penalty to take a first-half lead at Old Trafford and, after the visitors levelled through Felipe Anderson, United needed the crossbar and a brilliant David de Gea save to keep the scores level.

The Chilean also bemoaned the lack of VAR in the game as he thinks key decisions would have gone West Ham's way.

West Ham United manager Manuel Pellegrini arrives for the Premier League match at Stamford Bridge, London.

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"We were lucky today to get away with three points". "I can't explain if we are exhausted from the Champions League game but we have to rest now for Tuesday, but this was not a good performance".

In his weekly feature for Sky Sports, Merson claimed that the "season's finished" for West Ham so Man United could record a 3-0 win.

The West Ham United manager also complained about the second penalty scored by Pogba.

'What we did against PSG must give everyone a huge confidence boost because that experience was probably the best those players have had for many years.

"We're happy with the win, but at the same time we have to improve a lot". "We were fortunate. I can't hide that".

But they still trail Chelsea by two points and Spurs by three points in the exciting race for the final two Champions League spots.

"Yes, of course [11th place is a false position], but it's not so big, the frustration, because if you review our games we've an average of six players injured in every game", said Pellegrini.

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