Mark Noble picks up Ander Herrera during West Ham vs Manchester United

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Manchester United may well have secured their place in the semi-final of the FA Cup, but West Ham United star Mark Noble produced one of the moments of the tie. 

With just 13 minutes remaining on the clock - and West Ham trailing by two goals to nil - Hammers skipper Noble took things very much into his own hands. 

Spanish international Ander Herrera went down with a knock and opted to take his time when leaving the field of play. 


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Unsurprisingly, Noble wasn't too pleased and, as you can see in the video below, picked up Herrera and walked him off the pitch. 

The incident was most certainly a humours one and social media duly reacted in style. You can see the clip and the best reaction below. 

Noble picks up Herrera 

United progress 

Despite Noble's standout moment, it was a frustrating night for the Hammers, who crashed out of the competition in their last ever cup game at Upton Park. 

United, who were beaten at the hands of Tottenham in the Premier League last weekend, responded in style against Slaven Bilic's side. 

Marcus Rashford opened the scoring with a terrific strike, while Marouane Fellaini doubled United's lead. James Tomkins handed West Ham a lifeline, but Louis van Gaal's side managed to hold out to secure their place in the semi-final. 

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