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Hull 0-0 Manchester United May 24, 2015, 20:22 Hull City were relegated to the Championship as they battled to a 0-0 draw with Manchester United at the KC Stadium on the final day of the season.

The equation was very simple for Hull ahead of the final day of the Premier League season. Hull had to beat Manchester United and hope that West Ham did them a favour by beating Newcastle at St James' Park. In the end, neither of those things happened as Hull's failure to convert their chances cost them, just as it had all season. It could all have been very different had either of the two efforts they had ruled out in the opening 20 minutes counted, when Newcastle were still goalless against the Hammers. Paul McShane touched home after Victor Valdes had dropped a cross, but the defender was beyond the last man as Dame N'Doye touched the loose ball forward. If they knew their luck was out at that moment then, when Valdes produced a stunning save seconds later to deny Nikica Jelavic, that probably confirmed it. Stephen Quinn drilled across the keeper and into the far corner, but any celebrations were halted as the flag was raised again with McShane and N'Doye in offside positions and interfering with the keeper's movement.Manchester United looked like a side with nothing to play for and again appeared to miss Michael Carrick. Significant reinforcements will be needed in the summer if they are going to challenge for the Premier League title next season. The sight of Angel di Maria going off early on after taking a whack from Ahmed Elmohamady will have disappointed Louis Van Gaal. The Tigers huffed and puffed throughout but, after Newcastle had taken the lead, even the sight of Marouane Fellaini being shown a straight red card could no longer inspire the home fans who knew the game was up. Hull City and Steve Bruce will compete in the Championship next season and they will need to find a way to score goals if they are going to bounce straight back.