West Ham boss Alan Curbishley refused to speak after the game, but assistant Mervyn Day played down comments which seemed to suggest the Hammers boss wanted United to win the league in preference to Chelsea.
"He tried to qualify some of his comments," said Day. "He felt Manchester United would be unlucky if they did not win the league, given they have been so dominant.
"I don't think he said he wanted them to win.
"I know Alan thinks a lot of Sir Alex but that goes out the window when you cross the white line."
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