Manchester United 0 Chelsea 1, Old Trafford, English Premier League, May 5, 2013. Manchester United suffered a rare home defeat as Sir Alex´s men lost 1–0 at the hands of Chelsea. The only goal of the encounter came with only three minutes remaining of normal time as Chelsea midfielder Juan Mata fired the ball past Danish international shot stopper Anders Lindegaard and into the net via the upright.
Burnley 0 Manchester United 2, Turf Moor, English football League First Division Fixture, August 25, 1970. Wilf McGuinness´ Manchester United, who had lost 4-0 against Arsenal three days earlier, managed to beat Burnley in their fourth fixture of the 1970-71 season. United ultimately emerged 2-0 winners thanks to the transfer-listed Denis Law who found the net in the 68th and 75th minutes of the clash.
Manchester United 3 West Ham United 0, Old Trafford, English Premier League, February 23, 2010. West Ham United never really stood a chance in the match against Sir Alex Ferguson´s title chasers at Old Trafford. Manchester United ultimately won the game by three goals to none courtesy of a brace either side of the break from Wayne Rooney and one goal by striking partner Michael Owen.
Bryan Robson, born Chester-le-Street, England, January 11, 1957. Bryan Robson had a remarkable success during his spell with Manchester United and occupies his very own position in the history of the club. A footballing institution, the midfielder also played 90 matches for England under managers Ron Greenwood, Bobby Robson, and Graham Taylor during an international career spanning eleven years.
Manchester United 1 Watford 0, Old Trafford, English Premier League, May 13, 2018. Manchester United beat Watford at The Theatre of Dreams on the last day of the 2017-18 Premier League season in what was Michael Carrick´s final appearance for the Old Trafford club. United won the tie against The Hornets by 1-0 thanks to a first-half goal from Marcus Rashford eleven minutes ahead of the break.
Ipswich Town 1 Manchester United 1, Portman Road, English Football League First Division, October 18, 1980. Manchester United rescued a 1-1 draw against First Division leaders Ipswich Town at Portman Road thanks to a converted penalty-kick by Northern Ireland international Sammy McIlroy.
Arsenal 2 Manchester United 6, Highbury Stadium, English Football League Cup Fourth Round, November 28, 1990. A technically gifted and speedy winger with a powerful shot too, Lee Sharpe registered a hat-trick either side of half-time in Manchester United’s comprehensive 6-2 victory against Arsenal at Highbury, while Clayton Blackmore, Mark Hughes, and Danny Wallace all produced one goal each.
Manchester United 5 Leicester City 0, Old Trafford, English Football League First Division, September 13, 1980. After a relatively mediocre start to the 1980-81 campaign, Manchester United defeated Leicester City by a resounding 5-0 margin at their Old Trafford fortress courtesy of a double by Yugoslavian international Nikola Jovanovic and a goal apiece from Steve Coppell, Ashley Grimes, and Lou Macari.
Manchester United 3 Liverpool 0, Old Trafford, English Premier League, March 23, 2008. Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson was beaming after the Sunday victory over bitter adversaries Liverpool. United were one goal up at the interval and eventually won the encounter by 3-0 with goals from Wes Brown, Cristiano Ronaldo, and Luis Nani in the 34th, 79th, and 81st minutes of the match respectively.
Manchester United 3 Nottingham Forest 2, Old Trafford, English Football League First Division, December 4, 1971. Manchester United gained their fourth First Division win in a row as they beat Nottingham Forest 3-2 through a double from Brian Kidd either side of the break and an early Denis Law goal.