What 1-1 draw against West Ham means for Manchester United’s Champions League qualification

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Manchester United drew 1-1 against West Ham in our final Premier League game at Old Trafford this season.

Manchester United went behind on the stroke of halftime as Michail Antonio scored from the penalty spot following Paul Pogba’s handball but we were level on terms just six minutes after the restart with a well-struck goal by Mason Greenwood from close range.

The draw against West Ham means we are currently third on the Premier League standing (with Chelsea to play Liverpool later) and only need to avoid defeat against Leicester City on final day of the season to secure Champions League football next campaign.

Meanwhile, the result leaves West Ham on 38 points and means David Moyes’ side are mathematically safe going into the final game of the season when they face fellow strugglers Aston Villa.