Arsenal has effectively crushed Manchester United at Old Trafford unexpectedly since 2006. The Gunners organized a directing presentation to flee with a 1-0 win as the Red Devils recorded their most exceedingly awful actually home record toward the start of the season in its set of experiences.
In the wake of overcoming RB Leipzig through an earnest 5-0 scoreline in the Champions League in midweek, there were exclusive standards for Manchester United to at last get progressive successes at Old Trafford when Arsenal came to town. Nonetheless, an alternate story unfurled as Mikel Arteta’s men added to their noteworthy start to the new Premier League season with one more win.
Having wasted a various number of goal-scoring opportunities in the first half, Arsenal’s breakthrough, at last, came inside the 69th moment after Paul Pogba fouled Hector Bellerin inside United’s penalty area. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang accordingly stepped up from 12 yards to send David de Gea the wrong way and seal his side’s destiny.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is the first Arsenal player to score a penalty at Old Trafford in the Premier League, with neither of the previous two attempts being converted (Robin Van Persie in 2011 and Gilberto Silva in 2006). pic.twitter.com/MrYprNobCF
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As a result, Arsenal made sure about their initial three points at Old Trafford for the first time since 2006 when a lone goal by Emmanuel Adebayor fired them to victory over Sir Alex Ferguson’s side. Likewise, Mikel Arteta has become the primary Arsenal supervisor to win his initial two games against Manchester United since 1924.
📊 All 6 of Arsenal’s wins in their last 42 League visits to Man Utd have been by a 1-0 scoreline:
Dec 1985 Nicholas
Oct 1990 Limpar
Mar 1998 Overmars
May 2002 Wiltord
Sep 2006 Adebayor
Nov 2020 Aubameyang pic.twitter.com/qXRGIwxX49
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In the interim, the battles of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side keep persisting as for the first time in the history of the club, they have been unable to win only one point from their initial four home appearances. The Old Trafford outfit has so far gathered seven points from six games – their most noticeably awful beginning to a season since 1972.
United at present sits in 15th spot after six games, marking their lowest league position after six games in the Premier League time. The Red Devils’ goal difference of eight at home after four games is their most noticeably terrible actually at home at this stage of the season.