All Whites defender Winston Reid has scored a historic goal after bagging the winner for West Ham against Manchester United this morning.

Reid scored the last ever goal at the Boleyn Ground as West Ham comeback to defeat United 3-2 and sent Manchester's Champions League hopes.

Reid headed home the winner from a free kick in the 80th minute, his first goal in more than a year. Earlier Martial put United up 2-1 in the 72nd minute with his second goal of the match before Michail Antonio made it 2-2 four minutes later.

The victory moves West Ham to sixth on the table, a point behind United and two points behind fourth placed Manchester City heading into the final round of fixtures for the season.


The Boleyn Ground, also known as Upton Park, has been West Ham's home ground since 1904. The club will move to the London Olympic Stadium from next season.

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