Manchester United is one of the most troubled clubs in the English Premier League in recent times because of the poor performances recorded so far in the last few games of the 2021/22 season. The Old Trafford-based team is gradually becoming a shadow of what it used to be in the English Premier League.
Manchester United equalled their heaviest defeat record in the Premier League as the red devils were thrashed 5-0 by Liverpool at Old Trafford on Sunday. The red devils have never been beaten by more than a 5-goal margin in their EPL history. Here are the 5 teams who have beaten Manchester United by a 5-goal margin in the Premier League era.
Liverpool maintained their status as the only unbeaten team left in the Premier League this season with their entertaining draw with Man City at the weekend. Jurgen Klopp's team only missed out on victory in that match as the defending champions had to come from behind twice to earn a point at Anfield.
Chelsea FC recently saw off Norwich City at Stamford Bridge in a seven goals thriller,in which Mason Mount grabbed a hat-trick and an assist to end his goal drought for club and country in the 2021/2022 season. The Blues who had hitherto sent four goals past Malmo FC in the Champions League on Wednesday turned up big time against Norwich City in the Premier League, winning all three points to go clear at the top of the Premier League table with 22 points,as Liverpool currently sits at second with 18 points.
Photo credit: Arsenal are undoubtedly one of the most complete teams in the English Premier League with the recent additions made to the team during the last summer transfer window. Arsenal were the busiest club in terms of transfers last summer. Despite the investment in the new additions of players at different positions, some positions are still lagging in the team and need some attention from the club.
Manchester United has not been getting the results they wanted in the Premier League as they are currently 7th on the Premier League table. The Manchester United team conceded their highest number of goals this season from Liverpool after they were humiliated at Old Trafford in what ended in a 5-0 win for Jurgen Klopp's side.
Photo credit: skysport.com Ole Gunnar Solskjær's men are currently in the number four position in the English Premier League table at the end of matchday seven with fourteen points. Manchester United have failed to win in two consecutive games in the Premier League at the Old Trafford Stadium.
Manchester United are set to face their toughest opponent in the Premier League so far this season on Sunday, as they would welcome the in-form Jurgen Kloop's Liverpool side to Old Trafford. This game might not be coming at the best time for Manchester United, considering their recent poor form in the league, which has left them winless in their last three league games, and dropped out of the top four on the league table.
Arsenal faces Aston Villa in a week nine Premier league game at Emirates stadium on Friday night. Of the two sides, Aston Villa have a favourable head to head record. In their last three meetings, Aston Villa went away victorious with the most recent being in February, 2021.
Photo Credit: Getty Images This season's Premier League title battle seems like it will be a nail-biter. Liverpool are currently performing well, but they still need to put some things in place to increase their chances of winning. Photo Credit: Getty Images On that basis, the Reds must achieve four things in order to win their second Premier League title in three years:
Any calibre of goal that a Manchester United player scores is a thing of joy for the fans, but nothing compares to the feeling of having to watch one of your own player bag thrice in a single game. The rivalry that exists between Manchester United and Liverpool is one of the biggest highlight in the domestic European calendar.
Manchester United got a much needed win against Atalanta in the Champions League on Wednesday, to ease the tension from the club and the manager, and also raise the team spirit among the players. Their attention would now turn to their crunch Premier League fixture against Liverpool on sunday, as they would welcome the impressive Jurgen Kloop's Liverpool side to Old Trafford for the game week 9 of the Premier League.
The 2021/22 Premier League season is gradually proving that it could be one of the most competitive campaigns ever in the history of the competition, with top clubs aiming to secure top positions and challenge for the league title this season. The competition has also been the same among the players, fighting for a place in their respective team.
Chelsea striker Rumelu Lukaku came to Chelsea as one of the most prolific strikers in the world. The feat he achieved at Inter Milan he was unable to achieve that at Manchester United, many expected him to bring the momentum to Stamford Bridge, but now he is slowly becoming inconsistent at Chelsea.
Manchester United threw away a chance to bounce back from last Weekend's Premier League loss to Aston Villa. The reds could only get a draw against Everton in the Premier League game at Old Trafford. Anthony Martial's first half goal put them ahead, but the Toffees hit back via Andros Townsend's superb strike to level things up.
21 year old Arsenal's academy graduate, Emile Smith Rowe was the hero of the highly entertaining Premier league encounter between Arsenal and Aston Villa at Emirates stadium late on Friday night. Photo Credit: Talksport His deflected shot in the 56th minute ensured the visitors were drained of any hope of a come back after Thomas Partey and Aubameyang had put the Gunners in front in the first half.
Manchester United have been blowing hot and cold in all competitions this season, but their poor showings in recent games as well as their next seven fixtures have put a clear doubt on their future. Back-to-back home games without a win in the Premier League are mounting problems for already troubled Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
Chelsea were in such an imperious at the beginning of the current season. After their first four games in all competitions, the club probably had the best start to the season of any Premier League club. Only one goal conceded, with that coming from the spot after Reece James was sent off.
Newcastle United manager Steve Bruce has resigned by mutual consent, just 13 days after the club's £305 million takeover by Saudi Arabia was completed. Bruce's departure comes as a surprise to no one. He took command of his 1,000th match as a manager in Newcastle's 3-2 defeat to Tottenham on Sunday, which was his first game in charge of the Magpies since they were taken over by their new owners.
You don’t often get to see a 7-0 scoreline in the Premier League, and the last time Chelsea scored up to seven goals in a Premier League match was in the 8-0 bashing of Wigan 11 years ago under Carlo Ancelotti. Thomas Tuchel’s side was in brilliant form against the Canaries at Stamford Bridge on Saturday afternoon, and the Blues just seemed too good for the visiting side.