Man Utd 3 West Ham 1: Quadruple hopes still alive as late Garnacho stunner sees Man Utd come from behind to top Hammers

ALEJANDRO GARNACHO’S late stunner fired Manchester United into the FA Cup quarter-finals.

The Red Devils had fallen behind to West Ham at Old Trafford, only to come roaring back.

PAAlejandro Garnacho fires Man United into the quarter-finals[/caption]

GettyMan United celebrate Garnacho’s late strike[/caption]

The Hammers took the lead via Said Benrahma’s stunning strike on 54 minutes, despite claims the ball may have gone out of play in the build-up.

Shortly after West Ham’s opener Erik ten Hag turned to his bench, calling on red-hot Marcus Rashford.

Casemiro had the ball in the net on 72 minutes, only for VAR to deem him narrowly offside.

United were level from a set-piece just five minutes later, however, when Nayef Aguerd unfortunately turned into his own net.

And Garnacho fired a stunning 90th minute winner, being serenaded by the crowd after scoring a glorious, curling right-footed effort.

Fred’s stoppage time strike then put a bow on United’s victory, and they’ll be tough to stop.

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PANayef Aguerd bagged an unfortunate own goal[/caption]

ReutersSaid Benrahma had struck West Ham into the lead[/caption]

ReutersThe Hammers ace celebrates putting his side ahead[/caption]