Carabao Cup champions At Old Trafford, Manchester United overcame a goal deficit to defeat West Ham and advance to the FA Cup quarterfinals against Fulham. Alejandro Garnacho slammed a 90th-minute goal past Alphonse Areola, and then Fred drove in a third goal in stoppage time to advance the hosts into the round of eight and defeat the spirited Hammers.
Said Benrahma's hard-hit shot past David de Gea and into the top corner gave West Ham the lead early in the second half. When Diogo Dalot and Antony both stopped, the home team believed the ball had been sent out for a throw-in. Benrahma was able to take advantage of the opening and score thanks to Tomas Soucek's decision to keep the ball in play, which was confirmed by the video assistant referee (VAR).
After a VAR review, Casemiro's header that United felt they had equalised with was disallowed for offside. Nonetheless, the home team did manage to draw even in the 77th minute when Nayef Aguerd headed into his own net while being pressed by Wout Weghorst. The Old Trafford hero was Garnacho, who also scored the tying goal in the dying seconds of United's 2-1 victory over Fulham in November. With what was essentially the final kick of the game, Fred added a third.