West Ham manager, David Moyes, has bemoaned the 1-0 loss his side suffered against Manchester United on Tuesday.
The Red Devils stole the win in the latter stages of the encounter, thanks to a late goal from Scott McTominay.
But according to Moyes, his side didn’t deserve to lose, especially, after managing to hold on for most of the game, against a great team like Man United.
He told the BBC after the match, “That was really hard to take because the players played brilliantly well.
“We lost a few players during the game and that was difficult. I don’t think we deserved to lose the game. We warranted the chance to go to penalty kicks.
“One of our centre-backs was on the bench and felt his calf in the warm-up. Before we knew it we had a few players out. We didn’t play well in the first half – we know that. But we were playing a really good team in terrific form.
“In extra-time we had one or two opportunities. I’m not going to look back on the goal conceded – I’ll look at how we played well. The level these teams are at, United have got a really good team.”
United are now on to the Quarter finals of the FA Cup, thanks to the win, and one step closer to winning their first trophy since 2017.