There was some ending at the London Stadium on Sunday afternoon in the match between West Ham and Manchester United on Sunday.
Just as the match appeared to be heading to a draw, Jesse Lingard scored a late winner against the club he spent the second half of last season at.
But that wasn’t the end of the drama.
Cristiano Ronaldo - not for the first time - was denied a penalty appeal as West Ham went up the other end of the pitch and won a penalty of their own.
West Ham manager, David Moyes, brought on Mark Noble to take virtually the last kick of the game.
However, David de Gea was equal to Noble’s effort to help United claim a 2-1 victory.
It was a brilliant ending for United but it was far from a convincing performance from Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side.
They trailed to Said Benrahma’s opener before Cristiano Ronaldo equalised five minutes later.
As the match wore on, United went in search of a winner and Solskjaer introduced Jadon Sancho and Lingard for Paul Pogba and Mason Greenwood.
The substituted pair have started the season strongly but were both pretty ineffective against West Ham - particularly Pogba.
Going into the West Ham match, the Frenchman had registered seven assists in four Premier League matches.
He couldn’t improve that record in east London.
However, that didn’t spare him some abuse from West Ham supporters at the final whistle. Pogba was booed during the match for a clash with the home fans remembering his clash with Noble back in 2018.
And, as he was walking down to the tunnel, Pogba was subject to some abuse by the home fans.
But Pogba wasn’t going to let that bother him.
He hilariously mocked the fans by smiling and staring back at the fans. He was then dragged down the tunnel by coach Michael Carrick.
Unfortunately, music has been put over the clip so we can’t hear what is being said.
Video: Paul Pogba mocks West Ham fans
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