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STATISTICS FROM MANCHESTER UNITED’S UNBEATEN 30-GAME HOME RUN
- Updated: August 24, 2023
Manchester United is aiming to extend its impressive 30-game unbeaten streak at home as Nottingham Forest visits Old Trafford for a 15:00 BST kickoff on Saturday.
The remarkable home form under Erik ten Hag began after the defeat to Real Sociedad in the Europa League opener in September of the previous year. That match featured a contentious penalty awarded to Brais Mendez, resulting in a narrow victory for the visiting Basque team.
Following that, the next home match saw a hard-fought 1-0 win against Omonia Nicosia in the same competition, secured through Scott McTominay’s injury-time goal. The subsequent fixture ended in a goalless draw against Newcastle United before the team truly found its stride under the guidance of the manager.
Out of the 30 matches, Manchester United won an impressive 26, drawing only four times. Notable results include a 4-1 victory against Real Betis in the Europa League and Chelsea in a Premier League clash. A testament to the team’s resilience, we conceded the first goal in seven of these matches, with notable comebacks against Leeds, Fulham, West Ham, and a memorable derby victory against Manchester City.
Throughout this period, the team managed to record 17 clean sheets, with Andre Onana achieving his first one on his competitive debut in a 1-0 win against Wolverhampton Wanderers.
In terms of goalscorers, 16 different players from Manchester United found the net, and two own goals were also registered. Marcus Rashford led the charge with 17 goals, accompanied by contributions from players who have since left the club, including Fred, Cristiano Ronaldo, Wout Weghorst, and Marcel Sabitzer.
By- Sahiba Suri