Manchester United 0-0 West Ham Live Stream, Matic, Lukaka Start

Manchester United 0-0 West Ham Live Stream, Matic, Lukaka Start

West Ham United have confirmed their starting eleven and substitutes to take on Manchester United in their Premier League opener at Old Trafford this afternoon.

Manchester United won the EFL Cup and the Europa League last season to mask over their Premier League disappointment.

Andre Ayew nearly got the equalizer for West Ham United before the end of the first half when Hernandez supplied a great pass, but the Ghanaian star could not go past David De Gea.

Lukaku joined United over the summer for a fee that could rise to £90 million and it took him just 35 minutes to open his account for his new club.

Martial, who came on for the lively Rashford, passed the ball into the net for United's third goal in the 87th minute before Pogba wrapped up the scoring in the 90th minute. Last campaign was full of too many inconsistences and Bilic will know he needs to start picking up points fast if he wants to prevent the exit rumours circulating once more.

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On this early evidence, United now have a focal point whose talents suit their desired style of play and one who can bring out the best of those around him. Mourinho expectedly gives the Old Trafford debut to Romelu Lukaku, spearheading an attacking lineup that includes fringe starters Marcus Rashford and Juan Mata.

Paul Pogba (Manchester United): Matic was terrific on debut whilst Mata, Mkhitaryan and Rashford buzzed endlessly behind Lukaku, but Pogba ran the show.

Javier Hernandez was there as the rot set in under David Moyes and he will make his Old Trafford return on Sunday after joining West Ham from Bayer Leverkusen in a £16 million deal.

But there there was to be yet more Manchester misery for West Ham in the final three minutes as Mkhitaryan invited Martial to race behind the visitors' defence and calmly slot past the helplessly exposed Hart. And from the free-kick from Mkhitaryan Lukaku nods it home.

He might have been able to celebrate his first league goal even sooner. Then, after being central to much of United's pretty play, Pogba made a decision to go it alone, carrying the ball forward unchallenged before angling a shot past Hart. Mourinho has to win the league here.