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Man Utd hit back to sink Spurs; Lingard lifts West Ham into fourth

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Qualifying for next season's Champions League via a top four place would be an incredible achievement for Moyes, who said: "We've got a great bunch of lads. Where we are is way beyond anybody's thoughts."

This has been one of the poorest quality Premier League seasons I can remember, with multiple injuries and players clearly mentally and physically exhausted. I tried to watch Burnley vs Newcastle last night but my eyes started bleeding after about 10 minutes. It was shocking. West Ham have been one of the few bright points, along with City's defensive dominance and Leeds' mad flair. If they could sneak into the CL ahead of the likes of Chelsea and Liverpool it would be an incredible achievement.

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The born-again Jesse Lingard is doing wonders at West Ham. Gaffer David Moyes is bringing out the best from his supremely gifted game-changer. Hammers are on course for a respectable place on the EPL ladder. Good going.

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