In a tiresome game with few quality chances, United defender Luke Shaw came closest to scoring when he had a shot turned onto the post in the first half. There were empty seats, a lack of atmosphere and two sides lurching towards the end of fairly disappointing league campaigns. Especially so after the abysmal showing at Brighton & Hove Albion, a 1-0 loss, last Friday.
The likes of Marcus Rashford, Anthony Martial and Juan Mata paid the price for a poor showing on the south coast with the trio dropped to the bench here.
Marko Arnautovic almost opened the scoring for the Hammers in the sixth minute with a low strike that forced goalkeeper David De Gea into a good save.
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Late on Noble was left incensed by an intentional trip by Pogba and pushed the United midfielder in the face, which earned only a caution for both players from referee Moss.
Jesse Lingard forced the Spanish goalkeeper into his first save moments later with a drive from a similar position.
Luke Shaw came closest for the visitors when he struck the post and both teams were waiting for a spark from somewhere.
West Ham reacted, Cresswell firing wide from long-range before Joao Mario turned an Arnautovic cross behind from six yards.
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Adrian made another save when Lingard's effort from distance was too close to him and, after Jones made an important clearance when Arnautovic was being a nuisance again, Pogba had a few attempts.
Frenchman Paul Pogba has another glorious chance that would have given Manchester United the victory, but the former Juventus star was unable to score at the death as the match ended 0-0.
Back-to-back blanks indicate United - 19 points behind champions City with one round of games to play - are badly missing leading goalscorer Romelu Lukaku, who is battling to recover from a foot injury in time for next weekend's FA Cup final against his old club Chelsea.
A boring encounter only flared up in the closing stages as West Ham skipper Mark Noble raised his hands to Paul Pogba's face, but was only booked by referee Jon Moss.
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