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Manchester United equaled Alex Ferguson’s 9 years ago record in a win against Westham.

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Manchester United game against Westham will go down in record as a match where they played a whole game without making any switch for the first time in recent years.

Manchester United went ahead thanks to Craig Dawson’ own goal in the 53rd minute. With the likes of Eric Bailly, Matic, and Diallo on the sidelines, Ole Gunnar decided to trust his starting pack to win him the game.

The last time United accomplished the same fate was in February 2012 in a match against Liverpool. Sir Alex Ferguson was the manager in charge of the United team.

With the likes of Dimitar Berbatov, Chicharito, Ji Sung Park, and Pogba on the bench, Ferguson opted to put trust in his starting pack.

The Reds Devils were a goal ahead courtesy of Wayne Rooney before Luis Suarez equalized to put the game level in the 80th minute. However, Wayne Rooney scored late to ensure United won the game on a 2-1 score.


Maguire’ yells a “f*** up” expletives to Aaron Wan-Bissaka during the Westham clash.

Arteta Insists Aubameyang must respect his teammates. 

Cristiano Ronaldo critics in question as he scores a hattrick inside 30 minutes. 

Nigerian Kelechi Iheanacho dedicates his hattrick against Sheffield to mothers around the world.


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