Sheff United 1 Man United 0

Shef­field Uni­ted 1 Man­chester Uni­ted 0, Bramall Lane, Eng­lish Foot­ball Lea­gue Fir­st Di­vi­sion Fix­ture, Sep­tember 30, 1972. The 3-0 tri­umph over Der­by Coun­ty the pre­vi­ous Sat­urday proved to be a false down as Man­chester Uni­ted suc­cumbed to a 1-0 de­feat ag­ainst Shef­field Uni­ted who­se win­ning goal came from Alan Wood­ward who sco­red from the pen­alty spot wi­th two min­utes left of nor­mal time.

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Man Utd 8 Swindon Town 4

Man­chester Uni­ted 8 Swin­don To­wn 4, Stam­ford Bridge, Eng­lish FA Char­ity Shield, Sep­tember 25, 1911. Foot­ball Lea­gue Cham­pi­ons Man­chester Uni­ted de­feated South­ern Lea­gue Cham­pi­ons Swin­don To­wn 8-4 in front of a 10,000 crowd at Stam­ford Bridge. Har­old Halse sco­red six of the goals for Uni­ted, whi­le Sandy Turn­bull and Ge­orge Wall ad­ded a goal each.

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Man United 3 Newcastle 2

Man­chester Uni­ted 3 New­castle Uni­ted 2, Old Traf­ford, Eng­lish Foot­ball Lea­gue Fir­st Di­vi­sion, Sep­tember 3, 1966. The Reds be­at New­castle Uni­ted 3-2 in front of a 45,000 crowd at Old Traf­ford to gain their third ho­me win in a row. The win­ner came in the 79th min­ute thro­ugh De­nis Law who had now sco­red six goals in the…

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Manchester U 1 Crawley T 0

Man­chester Uni­ted 1 Craw­ley To­wn 0, Old Traf­ford, Eng­lish FA Cup Fifth Ro­und, Feb­ruary 19, 2011. Man­chester Uni­ted could on­ly man­age a 1-0 win ag­ainst Blue Square Pre­mier pro­mo­tion chasers Craw­ley To­wn at Old Traf­ford. The on­ly goal of the meet­ing came two min­utes be­fore the ha­lf-hour ma­rk when Wes Bro­wn con­ver­ted a cross by Dar­ron Gib­son.

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Soton 6 Manchester Utd 3

South­ampton 6 Man­chester Uni­ted 3, The Dell, Eng­lish Pre­mier Lea­gue, Oct­ober 26, 1996. Af­ter be­ing beaten 5-0 by New­castle Uni­ted at St Ja­mes´ Park in the Pre­mier Lea­gue on the 20th of Oct­ober 1996, Man­chester Uni­ted ex­per­i­enced an­oth­er pain­ful Pre­miership de­feat as Sir Al­ex Ferguson´s men suf­fered a 6-3 loss to South­ampton at The Dell six days la­ter.

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Juan Mata Signing

Ju­an Manuel Ma­ta Gar­cía, born Bur­gos, Spain, April 28, 1988. Man­chester Uni­ted boss Da­vid Moyes sig­ned Span­ish in­ter­na­tion­al Ju­an Ma­ta from Pre­mier Lea­gue rivals Chel­sea for a fee of £37 mil­lion on the 24th of Jan­uary 2014. Whi­le at Stam­ford Bridge, Ma­ta had notched up 82 Pre­miership ap­pear­ances for The Blues, con­trib­ut­ing 18 goals in the pro­cess.

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England 1 France 1

Eng­land 1 Fran­ce 1, Don­bass Arena Sta­dium, UEFA Euro­pean Cham­pi­on­ship Fi­nals Group Sta­ge, June 11, 2912. The Three Li­ons earned them­selves a 1-1 draw in the open­ing fix­ture ag­ainst long­time ad­versar­ies Fran­ce in Don­etsk. A well-pla­ced head­er from Man­chester City de­fender Jo­leon Le­scott put Eng­land in front on the ha­lf-hour ma­rk be­fore fel­low club team­mate Samir Nasri lev­elled for Fran­ce a mere six min­utes ahead of the ha­lf-time break.

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Man United 1 Bristol City 0

Man­chester Uni­ted 1 Bris­tol City 0, Crys­tal Pal­ace, Eng­lish FA Cup Fi­nal, April 24, 1909. Man­chester Uni­ted won the FA Cup for the fir­st time in 1909 when they be­at fel­low Fir­st Di­vi­sion te­am Bris­tol City 1-0 cour­tesy of a goal from ex-Man­chester City for­ward Sandy Turn­bull in the 22nd min­ute in front of a crowd of over…

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Shinji Kagawa Profile

Shinji Ka­gawa, born Kobe, Ja­pan, Mar­ch 17, 1989. Shinji Ka­gawa began his pro­fes­sion­al ca­reer wi­th J. Lea­gue Di­vi­sion One te­am Cerezo Osa­ka be­fore the sought af­ter play­er joi­ned Bor­us­sia Dort­mund at the be­gin­ning of the 2010-11 sea­son. Whi­le at West­falen­stadi­on, the mid­fielder won the Ger­man Bundes­liga title wi­th The Bor­us­si­ans in bo­th 2011 and 2012.…

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Man Utd 1 Notts County 0

Man­chester Uni­ted 1 Notts Coun­ty 0, Old Traf­ford, Eng­lish Foot­ball Lea­gue Sec­ond Di­vi­sion, Oct­ober 12, 1974. Sec­ond Di­vi­sion lead­ers Man­chester Uni­ted over­came mid-ta­­blers Notts Coun­ty 1-0 at Old Traf­ford thro­ugh a goal by North­ern Ire­land in­ter­na­tion­al Sam­my Mc­Ilroy. The clash be­tween Uni­ted and Notts was the fir­st meet­ing be­tween the two clubs since Box­ing Day 1934 when…

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