MANCHESTER UNITED tightened their grip on a Champions League spot with a 1-0 win over top four rivals West Ham.
An own-goal from Craig Dawson handed victory to the Red Devils at Old Trafford.
But who impressed at the Theatre of Dreams? And did anyone have a game to forget against the Hammers?
Here, SunSport's Jordan Davies delivers his Man United player ratings…
DEAN HENDERSON – 6
Had very little to do as West Ham limited their attacking intent in an attempt to nullify United.
AARON WAN-BISSAKA – 6
Another clean sheet as Wan-Bissaka’s defensive side of his game gains momentum, but was rarely tested.
VICTOR LINDELOF – 6
Stood firm and looks to be putting his injury worries behind him with some consistent performances in the back-end of the season.
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HARRY MAGUIRE – 7
Looked like he was going to be subbed after a nasty head collision with Michail Antonio, but battled on and was a threat at set pieces.
LUKE SHAW – 6
Continues to produce performances at left back that will keep England boss Gareth Southgate occupied.
FRED – 6
Despite the protection beside him, the Brazilian was not as effective on the ball in attacking areas as the game drifted by him.
SCOTT MCTOMINAY – 7
Kept United ticking in the middle and played his part in attempting to header the corner delivery that was eventually put into his own net by Craig Dawson.
MARCUS RASHFORD – 5
Missed several sitters in a game that he should have taken by the scruff of the neck. Instead, his confidence appears to be dropping with every chance wasted.
BRUNO FERNANDES – 8
Was once again United’s saving grace, and the only player seemingly capable of producing some magic in an otherwise drab game. Delivered the corner that led to the winner.
DANIEL JAMES – 6
The Welshman is getting his chances this season under Ole, but whether it is enough to force himself into contention for a starting spot remains unsure.
MASON GREENWOOD – 7
Energetic and was denied by a wonderful save from Lukas Fabianski in the first half, and then the post in the second. Yet one Premier League goal so far this season is not good enough for a player of his talent.
SUBS – NONE
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