Daley Blind rescued a point for Manchester United with a 93rd-minute equaliser after Cheikhou Kouyate's sublime volley put West Ham ahead.
Here are the top five statistics from Sunday's encounter:
2 - Daley Blind's two Premier League goals this season have come in the 87th minute (his other came against West Brom) and second half injury time. For the first time in his career, the Dutchman has been directly involved in a goal in consecutive league games. He registered two assists in the Red Devils' 3-1 win over Leicester last weekend.
|Match||Goals||Total Attempts||Shot Accuracy (%)||Minutes Played|
|Daley Blind||West Ham vs Man Utd||1||1||100||90|
|Daley Blind||West Brom vs Man Utd||1||5||20||90|
314 - United boast a significant monopoly when it comes to the statistics. The Red Devils recorded a 59.2% share of possession, while completing 314 passes (to West Ham's 186), 114 of which came in the final third (108 for the Hammers). The visitors managed 18 attempts at goal throughout 90 minutes, while the hosts accrued 13.
3 - Manchester United have kept just three clean sheets in their last 11 Premier League games. Nonetheless, having conceded on a mere 23 occasions, the Old Trafford outfit still boast the third best defensive record in the English top flight, behind Chelsea (21) and Southampton (17).
|Goals Conceded||Clean Sheet||Matches Played|
12 - Louis van Gaal has won 12 of his first 24 Premier League games in charge of Manchester United, the same number as David Moyes during his debut - and only - season in charge. The Red Devils have scored 40 goals, while conceding 23 under the Dutchman. Throughout the same period under Moyes they had scored 39 and conceded 29.
3 - Cheikhou Kouyaté has now scored two goals from three shots on target in his last three Premier League appearances for West Ham. The Senegalese midfielder, who joined the Hammers from Anderlecht last summer has made quite an impression since making the move to the Premier League.