Manchester United recorded their worst league start in 29 years as Jose Mourinho's side were beaten by West Ham at London Stadium. They have 10 points from seven games - the same as in 2013-14 under David Moyes - but inferior goal difference means this is their worst top-flight start since they picked up seven points in 1989-90. The Hammers, with only one win in the preceding 19 top-flight meetings, were ahead after just five minutes through club-record signing Felipe Anderson's clever back-heeled finish from Pablo Zabaleta's cross - despite both players appearing to be offside. And the hosts doubled their advantage on the brink of half-time in fortunate fashion, as Andriy Yarmolenko's shot cannoned in off Victor Lindelof and beyond the wrong-footed David de Gea. Marcus Rashford responded for the largely pedestrian visitors on 71 minutes, but Marko Arnautovic restored the Hammers' two-goal lead less than three minutes later as Mark Noble's pass sliced through the visitors' unconvincing back-line.
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho says the club "don't celebrate second position" after sealing the runners-up spot in the Premier League with a 0-0 draw at West Ham. United are currently nine points and four positions better off than last season, Mourinho's first at the club. And while he said he felt "OK" about finishing second, he added: "I am not jumping around - that's not my nature or my history. Manchester United are the same. "We don't celebrate second position but we are happy because for a few months, we realised it was impossible to win the league and, of course, the target is the second position.
Harry Maguire scored deep into extra-time as Manchester United overcame valiant 10-man Norwich to reach the FA Cup semi-finals. The England defender, who moments earlier had a header brilliantly saved by Tim Krul, reacted sharply to turn in the loose ball at the far post. The game turned on the dismissal of substitute Timm Klose in the 89th minute. Norwich were in the ascendancy after equalising and looked favourites to snatch a late winner before the German was shown a straight red for pulling back Odion Ighalo. Neither side particularly impressed in attack, although both goals in normal time were of high quality.