West Ham wave goodbye to Upton Park with a comeback win over Man United

Winston Reid headed in the winner with 10 minutes to go

West Ham, Manchester United, Boleyn Ground, bubbles

Soap bubbles are blown before the English Premier League soccer match between West Ham and Manchester United at Boleyn Ground stadium in London, Tuesday, May 10, 2016. West Ham play their last match at Boleyn Ground and will vacate the Boleyn Ground after 112 years, when the site will be redeveloped as housing, retail and leisure facilities as the Club will play at the Olympic stadium. (AP Photo/Frank Augstein)

West Ham have marked their final match at the Boleyn Ground with a comeback win over Manchester United.

The Hammers, who move from Upton Park into the Olympic Stadium next season, came from 2-1 down to win 3-2 with Winston Reid heading the winner.

The result is a blow to Man United's Champions League hopes as failure to win keeps them two points behind fourth-placed Manchester City in the table.

The game which was delayed after a set of fans attacked the away team's bus as it made its way to the stadium saw West Ham get off the mark first when Diafra Sakho's shot from 12 yards beat David De Gea and nestled into the bottom corner.

West Ham's Dimitri Payet reacts after missing to score during the English Premier League soccer match between West Ham and Manchester United at Boleyn Ground stadium in London, Tuesday, May 10, 2016. (AP Photo/Frank Augstein)

But Anthony Martial levelled with his first goal of the game as Juan Mata squared for him to stroke into an empty net.

And the French international scored an outstanding second as he rushed past Winston Reid down the left flank and then beat Darren Randolph at his near post with 18 minutes to go.

But West Ham fought back, first with a Michail Antonio header and then with another header from Reid with 10 minutes to go to secure the result.