REPORT, RATINGS, HIGHLIGHTS: UTD HELD AS HAMMERS STAY UPManchester United moved into the Champions League places after a 1-1 draw with West Ham, setting up a European showdown with Leicester on the final day of the season.Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side had to come from behind to secure a point at Old Trafford and it was a bizarre incident that gave West Ham the lead at the end of the first half.Paul Pogba gave away a penalty after raising his arms as a driven Declan Rice free-kick headed his way. His initial reaction looked like the ball had hit him in the face but a VAR review saw that it was a clear handball, with Michail Antonio (45+1) netting his sixth goal in three games from the penalty spot.Sky Sports pundit Gary Neville said of the incident during co-commentary: "It's rubbish from him... You don't do that. You take it in your grid."But West Ham's lead did not last long. On his 50th appearance for Manchester United - becoming the youngest player to reach the milestone since Ryan Giggs in 1992 - Mason Greenwood (51) levelled things up with a low drive just after the break.The point takes Manchester United into third above Chelsea - who play Liverpool at 8.15pm, live on Sky Sports - and Leicester, with Sunday's final-day showdown at the King Power Stadium set to be a straight shootout for a Champions League spot. For West Ham, they remain in 16th on 38 points and are safe from relegation.