Manchester City 1 Manchester United 0, Etihad Stadium, English Premier League, April 30, 2012. Manchester City climbed to the top of the table after a 1-0 win over Manchester United at Eastlands. Just as the City fans were beginning to get frustrated, Vincent Kompany scored the winner for the hosts from a corner by David Silva in the 45th minute of the tie.
Everton 3 Manchester United 3, Goodison Park, English Premier League, September 11, 2010. Manchester United were held to an entertaining 3-3 draw against Everton at Goodison Park with The Toffees scoring two late goals to earn themselves a point. Wayne Rooney was left out of the United squad for the lunchtime encounter in Liverpool as Sir Alex Ferguson wanted to spare the former Everton marksman from abuse from the home supporters.
Manchester United 3 Nottingham Forest 0, Old Trafford, English Football League First Division, December 22, 1979. Manchester United handed Nottingham Forest a lesson in the art of clinical finishing as they defeated The Tricky Trees by a 3-0 margin on home soil. Joe Jordan scored in the second and sixteenth minutes respectively before Gordon McQueen hit a third goal in the twenty-third minute.
Manchester United Factsbook Report: Yeovil Town 0 Manchester United 2, Huish Park, English FA Cup Third Round, January 4, 2015. Manchester United beat League One side Yeovil Town by a 2-0 score at Huish Park in the third round of the FA Cup. United went ahead four minutes past the hour mark with a volley by Ander Herrera and then had their second goal from Angel Di Maria in the last minute.
William Morgan, born Sauchie, Scotland, October 2, 1944. Willie Morgan was brought to Manchester United by long serving manager Matt Busby in the summer of 1968 and appeared in 296 first team matches for the club, hitting 34 goals in the process. A dangerous operator on the right flank, he was a consistent performer under pressure and helped United win the Second Division Championship in 1975.
Manchester United 4 Millwall 0, Old Trafford Stadium, English Football League Second Division, August 24, 1974. Recently relegated Manchester United cruised to victory in their first home encounter of the 1974-75 campaign, defeating Millwall by a comprehensive 4-0 scoreline courtesy of a treble by Republic of Ireland international midfielder Gerry Daly and one goal from Stuart “Panhco” Pearson.
Daniel Joseph Givens, born Limerick, Republlic of Ireland, August 9, 1949. Don Givens was on the books of Manchester United, Luton Town, Queens Park Rangers, Birmingham City, Bournemouth, and Sheffield United before he finished his career with Swiss National League A Neuchatel Xamax in 1987.
Manchester United 2 Blackburn Rovers 3, Old Trafford, English Premier League, December 31, 2011. Manchester United succumbed to a shock 3-2 defeat at the hands of Blackburn Rovers in the luchtime fixture at Old Trafford. After Blackburn had gone into a 2-0 lead through a brace from Yakubu Aiyegbeni, Dimitar Berbatov found the net twice for United, only for Grant Hanley to net the winner for Rovers with ten minutes remaining of normal time.
Tottenham Hotspur 1 Manchester United 1, White Hart Lane, English Premier League, January 20, 2013. Manchester United were held to a one-all draw by Tottenham Hotspur at White Hart Lane. Holland international Robin van Persie gave United the lead in the 25th minute of the Sunday match before Clint Dempsey managed to find the back of the net for Andre Villas-Boas´s boys in stoppage time.
Sheffield United 1 Manchester United 4, Bramall Lane, English Football League First Division, December 13, 1975. Following a goalless draw against Middlesbrough at Ayresome Park, Manchester United outclassed relegation threatened Sheffield United at Bramall Lane. The visitors were 2-0 up at the half-time break and added two more in the second period to beat Jimmy Sirrell´s men by a 4-1 margin.