Greenwood hits 17th goal of debut season

          Red Devils need point v Foxes after Hammers draw

          2020/07/22 20:42
          By Stephen Gillett

          Man Utd came from behind to record a 1-1 draw against West Ham on Wednesday night - meaning they need a point from their final game against Leicester to clinch a Champions League place. 

          The Hammers took the lead through a Michail Antonio penalty, after Paul Pogba's handball, but teenage sensation Mason Greenwood levelled the scores with a fine finish to earn the hosts a point. 

          The result guaranteed West Ham's safety, Antonio playing no small part in their recent good form: his spot-kick at Old Trafford his eighth goal since the restart - more than any other player. 

          King Power D-day

          Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side moved third, a point clear of Leicester - who will book their own spot in Europe's premier club competition next season if they beat the Red Devils on Sunday - United potentially qualifying anyway if fourth-placed Chelsea lose both their remaining matches. 

          Greenwood's emergence as a star-in-the-making has been a huge positive for United - and his 17th goal of the season in all competitions saw him level George Best, Brian Kidd and Wayne Rooney as United's most prolific teenager in a debut season.

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