Manchester United came from behind to beat West Ham 3-1 at Old Trafford on Wednesday night, with the Red Devils progressing to the FA Cup quarter-finals.
Former Chelsea and Scotland winger Pat Nevin has revealed the key decisions Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag made against West Ham.
Nevin told BBC Radio 5 Sports Extra: “It goes down as a great cup tie. West Ham played fantastically at the start of the second half but the question was could they keep up the pressure and the tempo. The answer was 100 percent no.
“Erik ten Hag made the right decisions bringing on Casemiro and Rashford and they forced West Ham back.”