Cole, Savage and more: Twitter reacts as Man United draw with West Ham

Andy Cole and Robbie Savage take to Twitter after Manchester United are left frustrated by West Ham in 0-0 draw

Manchester United missed the chance to go second in the Premier League after a goalless draw with West Ham United.

The Red Devils had 21 attempts on Adrian’s goal but the hosts only registered one shot on target at Old Trafford.

The Hammers, meanwhile, could have snatched a memorable three points at United but Mauro Zarate couldn’t beat David De Gea with the goal at his mercy.

Here is a selection of the best Twitter reaction from the professionals, past and present, in chronological order to the goalless stalemate.

Former United striker Andy Cole is backing Anthony Martial to score on his 20th birthday at Old Trafford:

Mario Melchiot welcomes some rare pace and width shown by Memphis Depay:

Manchester City legend Rodney Marsh hails the performance of West Ham defender Winston Reid:

Jimmy Bullard is lost for words following United’s performance:

Retired American defender Alexis Lalas sums up the mood at Old Trafford:

Finally, Robbie Savage is trying to guage what the United supporters are thinking:

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