Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has been given a one-match touchline ban for kicking a water bottle in the technical area during a Premier League game at the weekend.
The Portuguese coach was charged with improper conduct by the Football Association - his third charge of the season.
Mourinho added: "I'm so happy because he was against a Premier League team with Premier League qualities and Premier League characteristics".
Martial netted twice in the second half to take the tie at Old Trafford away from West Ham, who had levelled through Ashley Fletcher following Ibrahimovic's opener after two minutes.
Mourinho was dismissed after reacting angrily and kicking a water bottle after midfielder Paul Pogba was booked for diving following a challenge by Mark Noble.
Mourinho did not pretend that his absence from the touchline was unimportant, even though the nature of his punishment meant there would be no need to hide himself in a laundry basket to access the dressing-room on this occasion. Because I was out of contract, there were a few teams already aware of my situation and they were coming with bigger contracts and bigger promises for me to progress my career.
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"I told them at half-time that it's not possible to play so well and because of a goal you stop playing so well".
After an impeccably observed minute's silence for the 75 victims of the Chapecoense plane crash, at the home of a club that is all too familiar with the tragedy of an air disaster, United appeared to make light of Mourinho's absence by storming into an early lead.
Captain Wayne Rooney was also impressive but was ultimately frustrated in his quest to score the one goal needed to equal Sir Bobby Charlton's United record of 249.
Fellow striker Andy Carroll is reportedly edging close to making his return from a knee problem but is unlikely to feature at Old Trafford.
Manchester United are set for a busy January transfer window as the club expects to receive offers for as many as 10 first-team players.