Manchester U 2 Arsenal 1

Willie Morgan Willie Morgan

Man­chester Uni­ted 2 Arsen­al 1, Old Traf­ford, Eng­lish Foot­ball Lea­gue Fir­st Di­vi­sion, Jan­uary 10, 1970. Man­chester Uni­ted came from be­hind to edge out Arsen­al by 2-1 at their Old Traf­ford fort­ress cour­tesy of a goal each from Carlo Sar­tori and Wil­lie Mor­gan in the 45th and 48th min­utes re­spect­ively.

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Man United 1 Birmingham 0

Alex Stepney Alex Stepney

Man­chester Uni­ted 1 Birm­ing­ham City 0, Old Traf­ford, Eng­lish Foot­ball Lea­gue Fir­st Di­vi­sion, Oct­ober 20, 1973. Goal­keeper Al­ex Step­ney be­came Man­chester United´s joint top scorer as he net­ted from the pen­alty spot in the nar­row 1-0 vic­tory ag­ainst fel­low re­leg­a­tion strug­glers Birm­ing­ham City.

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Liverpool 2 Manchester U 0

Sammy McIlroy Sammy McIlroy

Liver­pool 2 Man­chester Uni­ted 0, An­field Sta­dium, Eng­lish Foot­ball Lea­gue Fir­st Di­vi­sion, Au­gust 15, 1972. A leth­ar­gic Man­chester Uni­ted si­de suc­cumbed to a 2-0 de­feat at the hands of bit­ter North West rivals Liver­pool who­se goals came from centre for­ward John To­sack and wing­er Ste­ve Heigh­way. 

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Arsenal 4 Manchester U 0

George Best George Best

Arsen­al 4 Man­chester Uni­ted 0, High­bury Sta­dium, Eng­lish Foot­ball Lea­gue Fir­st Di­vi­sion, Au­gust 22, 1970. Man­chester United´s prob­lems con­tin­ued wi­th a heavy 4-0 de­feat away to Arsen­al.

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Manchester Utd 1 Stoke 0

Bobby Charlton Bobby Charlton

Man­chester Uni­ted 1 Sto­ke City 0, Old Traf­ford, Eng­lish Foot­ball Lea­gue Fir­st Di­vi­sion, Nov­ember 4, 1967.  Reign­ing Fir­st Di­vi­sion Cham­pi­ons Man­chester Uni­ted ma­naged to edge out Sto­ke City 1-0 at ho­me thro­ugh a goal by Wor­ld Cup win­ner Bob­by Charl­ton wi­th fif­teen min­utes re­maining of the tie. 

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Nottm Forest 2 Man Utd 2

Denis Law Denis Law

Not­ting­ham For­est 2 Man­chester Uni­ted 2, City Gro­und, Eng­lish Foot­ball Lea­gue Fir­st Di­vi­sion, Jan­uary 16, 1965. Al­though Man­chester Uni­ted had com­pre­hens­ively beaten Not­ting­ham For­est 3-0 at Old Traf­ford in the re­verse mat­ch of the 1964-65 sea­son, Matt Busby´s title chasers had to settle for a dis­ap­point­ing 2-2 draw ag­ainst The Tricky Trees in front of an at­tend­ance of 43,000 at City Gro­und.

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Manchester U 4 Blackpool 0

Stuart Pearson Stuart Pearson

Man­chester Uni­ted 4 Black­pool 0, Old Traf­ford, Eng­lish Foot­ball Lea­gue Sec­ond Di­vi­sion, April 26, 1975. Al­ready crow­ned Sec­ond Di­vi­sion Cham­pi­ons Man­chester Uni­ted fin­ished the 1974-75 sea­son in ex­cel­lent style as Tom­my Docherty´s troops out­classed Black­pool to the tune of a 4-0 mar­gin.

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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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Queens Park 0 Man Utd 2

Sir Alex Ferguson Sir Alex Ferguson

Queens Park Ran­gers 0 Man­chester Uni­ted 2, Loftus Road, Eng­lish Pre­mier Lea­gue, Feb­ruary 23, 2013. Ra­fael da Silva re­ceived some well earned praise from Sir Al­ex Fer­guson af­ter the wing back sco­red an as­ton­ish­ing open­ing goal to set Man­chester Uni­ted up for a 2-0 win over Queens Park Ran­gers. The Reds were now fif­teen points ahead of sec­ond place Man­chester City wi­th a mat­ch more played.

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Belgium 2 Scotland 1

Gordon McQueen Gordon McQueen

Bel­gi­um 2 Scot­land 1, Al­bert Dys­eryn­ck Sta­dium, In­ter­na­tion­al Friendly, June 1, 1974. Af­ter beat­ing Eng­land 2-0 at Hamp­den Park in the Brit­ish Ho­me Cham­pi­on­ship two weeks earli­er, Scot­land lost 2-1 to Bel­gi­um in their pen­ul­tim­ate ga­me be­fore the 1974 FIFA Wor­ld Cup tour­na­ment in West Ger­many.

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