Scott McTominay knocked West Ham out of the FA Cup as he fired Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men into the Quarter Final in extra-time.

Ex-United boss David Moyes’ West Ham side made life difficult on a bitterly cold night at Old Trafford, where substitute McTominay struck home Marcus Rashford’s 97th-minute lay-off to seal a 1-0 extra-time win.

The defeat means the Hammers are left to focus on league matters after a night in which Moyes felt his side deserved greater reward for their efforts.

“I’m really pleased with the performance the players put in,” he said after the game.

“I wasn’t pleased in the first half because I didn’t think we played well enough and we gave Manchester United too much respect and sat off them a little.

“But with injuries and different things it forced us into a change and the change helped us at half-time. I thought we played much better after that.

“Look, I’m coming away from Old Trafford disappointed that we didn’t at least get a chance to go to penalty kicks because I thought we’d just about warranted that.

“We had a really good claim for a penalty right on the 91st, 92nd minute (against Aaron Wan-Bissaka) but it adds to another game where we’ve had no penalty kicks, which we’ve not had all season.”

As well as being knocked out of the FA Cup, West Ham were also dealt a series of injury blows with defender Angelo Ogbonna forced off early into the match and his replacement Issa Diop withdrawn at half-time, becoming the first concussion substitute in English football.

The defender was taken off having clashed heads with Anthony Martial towards the end of the first half, while the Hammers also lost Andriy Yarmolenko to injury early in the second period.

“We think (Diop) is fine and I still think he’s fine,” Moyes said.

“But he had a bump on the head at half-time, so I chose to take no risks and I took him off.

“(Ogbonna) had an ankle injury and Yarmolenko looks like he’s opened up his knee ligaments a little bit, so we need to see how they are. They’ll have tests tomorrow.

“Hopefully they won’t be too bad but I think we’ve seen a little bit of a rise in injuries over the last few weeks.”