Manchester U 3 Liverpool 3

David Herd David Herd

Man­chester Uni­ted 3 Liver­pool 3, Old Traf­ford, Eng­lish Foot­ball Lea­gue Fir­st Di­vi­sion, Nov­ember 10, 1962. North West rivals Man­chester Uni­ted and Liver­pool shared the spoils in an en­ter­tain­ing and en­thralling 3-3 draw be­fore a 43,000 crowd at Old Traf­ford. 

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Hannover 3 Manchester U 4

Shinji Kagawa Shinji Kagawa

Han­nov­er 3 Man­chester Uni­ted 4, AWD Sta­dium, Friendly Mat­ch, Au­gust 11, 2012. Man­chester Uni­ted came from be­hind twice ag­ainst Han­nov­er to win the ga­me 4-3 in front of over 35,000 people at AWD Sta­dium. Sir Al­ex Ferguson´s si­de emer­ged vic­tori­ous thanks to a bril­liant late goal by Shinji Ka­gawa in a very open and thrill­ing ga­me in Lower Sax­ony.

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Man Utd 4 Crystal Palace 0

George Best George Best

Man­chester Uni­ted 4 Crys­tal Pal­ace 0, Old Traf­ford, Eng­lish Foot­ball Lea­gue Fir­st Di­vi­sion, Mar­ch 25, 1972. Man­chester Uni­ted cruised to a 4-0 tri­umph ag­ainst Crys­tal Pal­ace cour­tesy of  goals by Alan Gowl­ing, Bob­by Charl­ton, Ian Storey-Moore, and De­nis Law. 

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England 6 Iceland 1

Wayne Rooney Wayne Rooney

Eng­land 6 Ice­land 1, City of Man­chester Sta­dium, FA Sum­mer Tour­na­ment, June 5, 2004. The Three Li­ons be­at Ice­land to the tune of a 6-1 score thanks to braces from Way­ne Roo­ney and Dari­us Vas­sell, plus a goal each by Frank Lam­pard and Way­ne Bridge. 

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Leicester 1 Manchester U 2

Gerry Daly Gerry Daly

Lei­cester City 1 Man­chester Uni­ted 2, Fil­bert Street, Eng­lish FA Cup Fifth Ro­und, Feb­ruary 14, 1976. Man­chester Uni­ted pro­gressed thro­ugh to the quart­er-fi­nals of the FA Cup af­ter de­feat­ing Lei­cester City 2-1 wi­th Lou Ma­cari and Ger­ry Da­ly scor­ing a goal each.

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Belgium 5 Tunisia 2

Romelu Lukaku Romelu Lukaku

Bel­gi­um 5 Tunisia 2, Spar­tak Sta­dium, FIFA Wor­ld Cup Fi­nals Group Sta­ge, June 23, 2018. Man­chester Uni­ted marks­man Ro­melu Lu­kaku be­came the fir­st play­er to re­gister two or more goals in con­sec­ut­ive mat­ches at the Wor­ld Cup Fi­nals since Diego Maradona in Mex­ico back in 1986 as he hit a brace in Belgium´s 5-2 vic­tory over Tunisia in Mo­scow. 

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Watford 2 Manchester Utd 4

Ashley Young Ashley Young

Wat­ford 2 Man­chester Uni­ted 4, Vicar­age Road, Eng­lish Pre­mier Lea­gue, Nov­ember 28, 2017. The Golden Boys nev­er really stood a chan­ce ag­ainst Man­chester Uni­ted at Vicar­age Road. Uni­ted were three goals up at the ha­lf-time break be­fore the hosts sco­red twice in the sec­ond pe­riod, on­ly for the vis­it­ing si­de to re­gister a fourth wi­th four min­utes re­maining.

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Wales 4 England 1

Mickey Thomas Mickey Thomas

Wales 4 Eng­land 1, Race­course Gro­und, Brit­ish Ho­me Cham­pi­on­ship, May 17, 1980. The Welsh­men, who were led by ex-Tot­ten­ham Hot­spur de­fender Mi­ke Eng­land, be­at The Three Li­ons 4–1 in front of a bois­ter­ous crowd of over 25,000 people in Wrex­ham thanks to goals from Mickey Tho­mas, Ian Wal­sh, and Leighton Ja­mes, plus an own goal by Phil Thompson. 

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Wigan 1 Manchester Utd 0

Sir Alex Ferguson Sir Alex Ferguson

Wi­gan Ath­let­ic 1 Man­chester Uni­ted 0, DW Sta­dium, Eng­lish Pre­mier Lea­gue, April 11, 2012. Sir Al­ex Fer­guson said af­ter the clash wi­th Wi­gan Ath­let­ic that ref­er­ee Phil Dowd should have giv­en Man­chester Uni­ted a pen­alty in the sec­ond ha­lf of the tie. The Old Traf­ford men screamed for a spot-kick in the 72nd min­ute when Maynor Figueroa seemed to have handled a cross from Phil Jones in­side the eight­een-yard box, but Dowd de­cided to let play go on.

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Everton 1 Manchester U 1

Marcus Rashford Marcus Rashford

Ever­ton 1 Man­chester Uni­ted 1, Good­ison Park, Eng­lish Pre­mier Lea­gue Fix­ture, Mar­ch 1, 2020. Ever­ton and Man­chester Uni­ted shared the spoils in an en­ter­tain­ing 1-1 draw at Good­ison Park. Domin­ic Cal­vert-Lew­in put the Liv­er­pudli­ans ahead af­ter just three min­utes, on­ly for Bruno Fernandes to equal­ise for the vis­it­ing si­de in the 31st min­ute. 

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