Summary: Manchester United - West Ham 1:3 (Sport1)
Manchester United's great period continued last night (Wednesday), as the Red Devils qualified for the quarter-finals of the FA Cup - but it was not easy.
At 1:1 against West Ham, it looked like the match would go into extra time, but then the talented Alejandro Granacho completed a turnaround, while substitute Fred scored to make it a dramatic 1:3.
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"I know you can make an impact as a substitute, but I need you to make an impact as a team player as well," Erik Ten said before the game to his prodigy - and he got exactly that.
Granacho scored four goals this season - three of them came from the 85th minute onwards.
"He is able to do it," explained the Dutchman at the end.
"This should be his next step. I see him, fearless, he is brave. There are not many players who can pass opponents like that, but he also has finishing skills in front of the goal. He is fast and can run for 90 minutes, even 120 minutes."
"This team is calm, not panicking," added Ten Haah.
"The method can be changed, but the belief here is so strong. They just hate to lose, and that's great. The team showed character, they didn't give up for a moment, and changed the game. It's very important. It's a huge victory."
The former player of the Red Devils Roy Keane attacked the loser and said: "Defensively, West Ham was horrible, just horrible. It's just ridiculous."
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