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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Manchester U 7 Blackburn 1

Dimitar Berbatov Dimitar Berbatov

Man­chester Uni­ted 7 Black­burn Rov­ers 1, Old Traf­ford, Eng­lish Pre­mier Lea­gue, Nov­ember 27, 2010. Di­m­it­ar Ber­batov re­gistered five goals as Man­chester Uni­ted out­classed Black­burn Rov­ers 7-1 at Old Traf­ford. As the ga­me wore on, Sam Allardyce´s play­ers were blown away by a per­form­ance of sheer qual­ity from an ag­gress­ive ho­me te­am wi­th ser­i­ous in­ten­tions of con­tend­ing for the Pre­mier Lea­gue crown.

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Man United 5 Sunderland 0

David Herd David Herd

Man­chester Uni­ted 5 Sun­der­land 0, Old Traf­ford, Eng­lish Foot­ball Lea­gue Fir­st Di­vi­sion, Nov­ember 26,1966. Da­vid Herd was Man of the Mat­ch as Man­chester Uni­ted re­cor­ded their biggest ho­me vic­tory of the 1966-67 cam­paign wi­th a de­served and con­vin­cing 5-0 tri­umph over Ian McColl´s Sunderland. 

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George Best Profile

George Best George Best

Ge­orge Best, born Bel­fast, North­ern Ire­land, May 22, 1946. Ge­orge Best was in all prob­ab­il­ity the finest foot­baller ever to be born. A hurt­ling flank­man wi­th ex­cep­tion­al tal­ent and skills, he sig­ned his fir­st pro­fes­sion­al con­tract wi­th Man­chester Uni­ted in May 1963 at the age of sev­en­teen and from there he went on to be­come a vi­tal mem­ber of one of the greatest te­ams ever as­sembled and proved to be such a foot­balling great that the sup­port­ers of the club sin­cerely be­lieved that their idol nev­er could be replaced.

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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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Birmingham 1 Man United 4

Trevor Francis And Sammy McIlroy Trevor Francis And Sammy McIlroy

Birm­ing­ham City 1 Man­chester Uni­ted 4, St Andrew´s Sta­dium, Eng­lish Foot­ball Lea­gue Fir­st Di­vi­sion, Au­gust 20, 1977. FA Cup hold­ers Man­chester Uni­ted ini­ti­ated the 1977-78 cam­paign in ex­cel­lent fash­ion wi­th a 4-1 tri­umph ag­ainst Birm­ing­ham City. The meet­ing wi­th The Brummies was Dave Sexton´s fir­st Foot­ball Lea­gue en­counter in charge of Uni­ted af­ter re­pla­cing Tom­my Doc­herty in the summer.

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Manchester Utd 0 Soton 0

Peter Shilton Peter Shilton

Man­chester Uni­ted 0 South­ampton 0, Old Traf­ford, Eng­lish Foot­ball Lea­gue Fir­st Di­vi­sion, April 24, 1985. Man­chester Uni­ted were un­lucky to on­ly gain a point from a 0-0 draw wi­th Southampton.

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Manchester Utd 3 Leeds 2

Stuart Pearson And Norman Hunter Stuart Pearson And Norman Hunter

Man­chester Uni­ted 3 Leeds Uni­ted 2, Old Traf­ford, Eng­lish Foot­ball Lea­gue Fir­st Di­vi­sion, Mar­ch 13, 1976. Man­chester Uni­ted edged out fel­low title con­tenders Leeds Uni­ted by 3-2 on ho­me soil thanks to fir­st-ha­lf goals from Stew­art Hou­s­ton and Stu­art Pear­son and a sec­ond-ha­lf goal by Ger­ry Daly.

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Ipswich 1 Manchester U 2

Sammy McIlroy Sammy McIlroy

Ips­wich To­wn 1 Man­chester Uni­ted 2, Port­man Road, Eng­lish Foot­ball Lea­gue Fir­st Di­vi­sion, Jan­uary 14, 1978. A goal each from mid­fielder Sam­my Mc­Ilroy and marks­man Stu­art Pear­son saw Dave Sexton´s Man­chester Uni­ted de­feat Ips­wich To­wn 2-1 in front of a 23,000 crowd at Port­man Road.

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Martin Buchan Profile

Martin Buchan Martin Buchan

Mar­tin McLean Bu­chan, born Ab­er­deen, Scot­land, Mar­ch 6, 1949. A cent­ral de­fender, Mar­tin Bu­chan emer­ged as one of Man­chester United’s most con­sist­ent and de­pend­able per­formers dur­ing the 1970s, and pro­ceeded to ap­pear in well over 400 fir­st te­am ga­mes for the Old Traf­ford club. The no-none­sense per­former also gain­ed a total of 34 full caps for his na­tive Scot­land be­tween 1971 and 1978.

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