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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.