Saturday’s early kick-off in the Premier League saw West Ham defeat Manchester United 2-0.
The players walked off the London Stadium pitch looking lost and deflated.
Out of Europe before Christmas. Out of the League Cup. Drifting aimlessly in the Premier League table.
United’s painful season continues.
The result leaves the Red Devils sitting in eighth place and Erik ten Hag in real danger of losing his job.
His team have now gone four games without a goal and they have never looked like scoring. Especially in the second half.
West Ham simply wanted it more which is an awful thing to say about a side.
The club looks clueless from top to bottom. Many more losses like this to follow – and some much worse.
And this latest defeat was inflicted by former United manager, David Moyes.
Jarrod Bowen and Mohamed Kudus scored in the second half to ensured the hosts secured all three points, ensuring Ten Hag and his boys will have a bad Christmas.