Manchester U 3 West Ham 0

Wayne Rooney Wayne Rooney

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.

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Arsenal 2 Manchester U 6

Lee Sharpe Lee Sharpe

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.

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Man United 2 Man City 0

Ederson Moraes Ederson Moraes

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. 

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Manchester U 5 Charlton 1

Lou Macari Lou Macari

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.

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Fulham 0 Manchester Utd 5

Luis Nani Luis Nani

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.

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Manchester U 0 Chelsea 1

Rafael Da Silva Rafael Da Silva

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.

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Everton 0 Manchester U 2

Anthony Martial Anthony Martial

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.

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Dimitar Berbatov Profile

Dimitar Berbatov Dimitar Berbatov

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.

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Manchester U 5 Burton 0

Louis Saha Louis Saha

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.

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Steve Bruce Profile

Steve Bruce Steve Bruce

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.

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