Birmingham 2 Man United 3

Stewart Houston Stewart Houston

Birm­ing­ham City 2 Man­chester Uni­ted 3, St Andrew´s Sta­dium, Eng­lish Foot­ball Lea­gue Fir­st Di­vi­sion, Jan­uary 22, 1977. Man­chester Uni­ted edged out fel­low mid-ta­blers Birm­ing­ham City by 3-2 cour­tesy of a goal each by de­fender Stew­art Hou­s­ton and for­wards Jim­my Green­hoff and Stu­art Pearson.

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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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Ipswich 1 Manchester U 3

Willie Morgan Willie Morgan

Ips­wich To­wn 1 Man­chester Uni­ted 3, Port­man Road, Eng­lish Foot­ball Lea­gue Cup Sec­ond Ro­und, Septem­ber 7, 1971. Af­ter edging out Ips­wich To­wn 1-0 at ho­me three days earli­er, Man­chester Uni­ted de­feated The Blues 3-1 away thanks to a Ge­orge Best brace and a pen­alty goal from Wil­lie Morgan.

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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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Manchester Utd 3 Spurs 3

Gary Mabbutt Gary Mabbutt

Man­chester Uni­ted 3 Tot­ten­ham Hot­spur 3, Eng­lish Foot­ball Lea­gue Fir­st Di­vi­sion, Old Traf­ford, Dec­ember 7, 1986. Man­chester Uni­ted, now ma­naged by for­mer Ab­er­deen boss Al­ex Fer­guson, and Da­vid Pleat´s Tot­ten­ham Hot­spur shared six goals be­tween them in a roller­coast­er 3-3 draw 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 Ger­man Bundes­liga Han­nov­er to win the mat­ch 4-3 in front of an at­tend­ance of more than 35,000 spec­tat­ors 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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Stoke 2 Manchester Utd 2

John Ritchie John Ritchie

Sto­ke City 2 Man­chester Uni­ted 2, Vic­tor­ia Gro­und, Eng­lish Foot­ball Lea­gue Fir­st Di­vi­sion, Feb­ruary 19, 1966. The Pot­ters came from two goals down to draw 2-2 ag­ainst Man­chester United. 

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Bryan Robson Profile

Bryan Robson Bryan Robson

Bry­an Rob­son, born Chester-le-Street, Eng­land, Jan­uary 11, 1957. Bry­an Rob­son had a re­mark­able suc­cess dur­ing his spell wi­th Man­chester Uni­ted and oc­cu­pies his very own po­s­i­tion in the his­tory of the club. A foot­balling in­sti­tu­tion, the mid­fielder also played 90 mat­ches for Eng­land un­der man­agers Ron Green­wood, Bob­by Rob­son, and Gra­ham Tay­lor dur­ing an in­ter­na­tion­al ca­reer span­ning el­ev­en years.

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Manchester Utd 6 Leeds 2

Bruno Fernandes Bruno Fernandes

Man­chester Uni­ted 6 Leeds Uni­ted 2, Old Traf­ford, Eng­lish Pre­mier Lea­gue, Dec­ember 20, 2020. Man­chester Uni­ted cruised to a 6-2 win over a com­pletely out­classed Leeds Uni­ted at Old Trafford.

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Manchester U 4 Coventry 2

Dwight Yorke Dwight Yorke

Man­chester Uni­ted 4 Cov­entry City 2, Old Traf­ford, Eng­lish Pre­mier Lea­gue, April 14, 2001. Man­chester Uni­ted need­ed a late surge to de­feat Cov­entry City at their Old Traf­ford ho­me. Wi­th the score 2-2 and the mat­ch en­ter­ing the clos­ing sta­ges, Uni­ted grabbed them­selves two late goals thro­ugh Ry­an Gig­gs and Paul Scho­les who fou­nd the back of the net in the 81st and 87th min­utes of the con­test respectively.

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