The last goal at Upton Park was scored by a most unlikely source…
That honour goes to defender Winston Reid, whose late header could not be kept out by David de Gea as West Ham United said goodbye to the Boleyn Ground with a fitting 3-2 win over Manchester United.
— Sporting Index (@sportingindex) May 10, 2016
Paolo Di Canio’s scissor kick it is not, but this goal will forever be in West Ham folklore.
Diafra Sakho and Michail Antonio also scored on an emotional night for Hammers fans, cancelling out Anthony Martial’s double to land a blow to United’s hopes of Champions League qualification.
West Ham are now only a point behind the Red Devils in sixth. Victory at Stoke City on Sunday will guarantee the Irons a spot in the Europa League, which is what United might have to settle for.
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