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.
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 2 Manchester City 0, Old Trafford, English Premier League, March 8, 2020. Manchester United completed the Premier League double over cross-town rivals Manchester City with a 2-0 victory at Old Trafford where the goals were scored by Anthony Martial and Scott McTominay.
Manchester United 5 Charlton Athletic 1, Old Trafford, English Football League Cup Second Round, September 11, 1974. Scottish international Lou Macari scored a brace either side of the half-time interval as Manchester United beat Third Division team Charlton Athletic by a 5-1 margin on home soil.
Fulham 0 Manchester United 5, Craven Cottage, English Premier League, December 21, 2011. Fulham never really stood a chance against a highly efficient Manchester United team brimming with confidence and self-belief. United ultimately ran out comfortable and convincing 5-0 winners thanks to goals from Danny Welbeck, Luis Nani, Ryan Giggs, Wayne Rooney, and Dimitar Berbatov respectively.
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.
Everton 0 Manchester United 2, Goodison Park, English Premier League, January 1, 2018. Following a run of three consecutive draws against Leicester City, Burnley, and Southampton respectively in the Premier League, Manchester United brought home a comfortable 2-0 triumph over Everton.
Dimitar Ivanov Berbatov, born Blagoevgrad, Bulgaria, January 30, 1981. Dimitar Berbatov scored 48 goals in 108 Premiership appearances during a successful four-year stay at Old Trafford. While with Manchester United, he won the English Premier League in 2009-10 and 2010-11, the Football League Cup in 2010, the FA Community Shield in 2010 and 2011, as well as the FIFA Club World Cup in 2008.
Manchester United 5 Burton Albion 0, Old Trafford, English FA Cup Third Round Replay, January 18, 2006. After being held to a surprise 0-0 draw by Football Conference side Burton Albion at Pirelli Stadium in the first game, Manchester United defeated The Brewers 5-0 in the replay at Old Trafford thanks to a Giuseppe Rossi double and a goal each from Louis Saha, Kieran Richardson, and Ryan Giggs.
Steve Bruce, born Corbridge, England, December 31, 1960. Steve Bruce played for Gillingham, Norwich City, Manchester United, Birmingham City, and Sheffield United in a footballing career spanning more than two decades. During his nine-year stay at Old Trafford, he won the Premier League, the FA Cup, the League Cup, the FA Charity Shield, the European Cup Winners’ Cup, and the European Super Cup.