Readers ask: What Was The Score Between Man Utd And Arsenal?
- 1 Did Man Utd beat Arsenal 8 2?
- 2 Which team has beaten Man U most?
- 3 When did Ronaldo leave Manu?
- 4 Has Arsenal ever won at Old Trafford?
- 5 In which year did Arsenal beat Man U 8 2?
- 6 What team has beaten Liverpool the most?
- 7 Which is the biggest football club in England?
- 8 Who is Manchester United’s highest goal scorer?
Did Man Utd beat Arsenal 8 2?
ON THIS DAY, In 2011, Manchester United beat Arsenal 8-2, and Wayne Rooney scored a hat-trick.
Which team has beaten Man U most?
Arsenal have also defeated Manchester United in league competition on 71 occasions, which represents the most Manchester United have lost against any club. Manchester United have won 85 of their league matches against Aston Villa, the most Manchester United have won against any club.
When did Ronaldo leave Manu?
Ronaldo left Manchester United in 2009 after donning the No.7 shirt at Old Trafford, but he picked up the same number during his time with both Real Madrid and Juventus to keep up the promotion of his ‘CR7’ brand.
Has Arsenal ever won at Old Trafford?
On this day – 8 May 2002: Arsenal win title at Man Utd.
In which year did Arsenal beat Man U 8 2?
Manchester United vs Arsenal. Premier League. 4:00pm, Sunday 28th August 2011. Old TraffordAttendance: 75,448.
What team has beaten Liverpool the most?
The team most often beaten by Liverpool in league competition are Aston Villa; the Anfield club have beaten them 90 times out of 186 meetings. Manchester United have recorded the most league victories over Liverpool, with 68 wins.
Which is the biggest football club in England?
10-1 summary. So, Manchester United are the biggest club in Britain. With 20 league titles, 12 FA Cups, five League Cups, three European Cups, a Cup Winners’ Cup, a Europa League and a FIFA Club World Cup, it’s difficult to argue, isn’t it?
Who is Manchester United’s highest goal scorer?
Wayne Rooney tops the list of all-time goal-scorers for Manchester United, having scored 253 times in 559 appearances for the club. In second place is legendary player, Sir Bobby Charlton, who scored 249 times in 758 appearances.