We don't celebrate second place finish, says Mourinho

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The West Ham boss is on a contract until the end of the season at the London Stadium after joining the club in November, keeping them up with two games to spare.

David Moyes will be hoping he can turn this form around for the home side on Thursday evening, as he gets his first chance to overturn United's Mourinho as West Ham manager.

David Moyes is set to leave West Ham following Sunday's clash against Everton.

"We're all thinking about them, just as the rest of the football world is".

"I was watching images [of the incident] and Paul and Noble looked in love", said the Portuguese.

"It's not always been pretty, but I don't think he could have done much more, particularly as the January transfer window wasn't particularly helpful to him". "When I saw the reaction of the players I believe that was nothing extraordinary".

A point might be seen as a good result against the team that finished runner-up in the Premier League, but the manner of the performance would have caused consternation.

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Kaur shot a 69 in round one , a round that featured 15 pars and three birdies as she was tied for second on the individual board. Moberly had a bogey on the par-4 No. 7 hole, but rebounded to par each of the next two holes to make the turn at 1-over.

"We'll have a chat next week and we'll see [whether I stay]". I was wrong but we were positive.

"Hugs and kisses and changing shirts, was good, was competitive".

"It's the last game of the season but from our point of our view we're not looking at it as the last step before a holiday", the England defender told the club's official website.

United midfielder Scott McTominay said: "It was a big point, it was our objective to finish second but we are disappointed not to take three points".

For the first time since March 2016 United were unable to score in back-to-back matches, having been defeated 1-0 by Brighton & Hove Albion six days beforehand.

Adrian has been restored in the West Ham goal for the past three games in place of England worldwide Joe Hart, and showed why with a hat-trick of fine saves.

Lingard stung the palms of Adrian again early in the second period.