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Top 10 Manchester United Defeats Of All Time

Manchester United is one of the biggest football clubs in the world. Their dominance in the English Premier League has earned them much respect from football fans and professionals. However, they have suffered some embarrassing defeats in their league.

Here are some of the club's worst defeats in the history of the Premier League.

1. Manchester United 0 Everton 3, 1992 

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It's hard to envision presently given what came straightaway. The most surprising thing was that Man u made a grievous beginning to the recently shaped Premier League in 1992. They shockingly lost at Sheffield United on the first day of the season before being outmatched by Everton in a 3-0 loss at Old Trafford. 

The Red Devils amassed all-around their hosts to extensively beat them. The goals came from Peter Beardsley, Robert Warzycha and Peter Schmeichel. Everton scored yet another one to humiliate Manchester.

2. Aston Villa 3 Manchester United 1, 1995 

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Savant Alan Hansen's wilting assessment of United happened on that day. It was the match of the Day after the first day of the season of the 1995/96 season. Manchester stars, Paul Scholes, Nicky Butt, Gary and Phil Neville and substitute David Beckham were substituted. Therefore, the club lost 3-1 to Aston Villa at Villa Park. 

Ian Taylor, Mark Draper and Dwight Yorke scored for Aston Villa to put them 3-0 up at half-time. Hansen was a player who was not left out in the defeat. 

3. Tottenham Hotspur 4 Manchester United 1, 1996 

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Manchester United suffered a New Year's Day headache at Tottenham Stadium when they were passed up a savage Tottenham side. 

Three of the standard United back defenders were Scholes Sick and Schmeichel. They picked left the stadium with a serious calf injury.

4. Southampton 3 Manchester United 1, 1996 

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It's a game that has gone down in Premier League history as a disgrace. Man U developed one of the untouched donning pardons when they discovered themselves 3-0 down at halftime. They lost to Southampton woefully.

Ken Monkou, Neil Shipperley and Matt Le Tissier had struck to blow away the guests, who then, at that point arose for the second half in their blue-and-white change strip. It worked to some extent, with Ryan Giggs pulling back a late equaliser. However, Man U fans cannot forget this day

5. Newcastle 5 Manchester United 0, 1996 

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Kevin Keegan's engaging side ( Newcastle coach) blew away their rivals as wonderful goals from Darren Peacock, David Ginola, Les Ferdinand, Alan Shearer and remarkably, Philippe Albert, gave them the edge over the Red Devils.

6. Southampton 6 Manchester United 3, 1996 

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Six days after Newcastle and a half year after they changed shirts at their home, United was back in Southampton in their blue-and-white shirts.

Eyal Berkovic gave The Saints an early lead before Roy Keane was shipped off for two bookable offences. That happens only 20 minutes after the whistle was blown. Le Tissier then, at that point importantly chipped Schmeichel before Beckham and Egil Ostenstad traded objectives to make it 3-1 at half-time. 

David May brought the 10 men back into it at 3-2 preceding Berkovic struck again and Ostenstad got two additional on one or the other side of a Scholes objective to finish a noteworthy 6-3 scoreline. Manchester, therefore,e,e,e,e,e,e,e,e, lost the match.

7. Chelsea 5 Manchester United 0, 1999 

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The match was played between The Blues and the Red Devils. If was a match that ended United's 29 games unbeaten run at Old Trafford.

Massimo Taibi scored the opener for United. Gus Poyet and Chris Sutton put Chelsea 2-0 (the last scoring his lone alliance objective for Chelsea) before Nicky Butt was shipped off for the guests. 

8. Manchester United 0 Arsenal 1, 2002 

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Sylvain Wiltord's strike gave Arsenal a 1-0 success at Old Trafford at the last part of the 2001/02 season. This therefore guaranteed that Arsenal would add the class title to their FA Cup accomplishment at the most fulfilling of scenes. 

9. Manchester City 4 Manchester United 1. 2004

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Man city delivered just a third derby rout on Ferguson for a very long time as Robbie Fowler, Jon Macken, Trevor Sinclair and Shaun Wright-Phillips participated in the huge defeat. Scholes' strike could not help Manchester win the match.

10. Middlesbrough 4 Manchester United 1, 2005 

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Gaizka Mendieta's shot from distance beat Edwin van der Sar from Manchester. This happened before a further goal from Jimmy Floyd, Hasselbaink and a Yakubu punishment made it three. Mendieta scored another in the subsequent half to make it 4-0, with Cristiano Ronaldo's late header for United demonstrating pretty good for nothing. 

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