Man United's biggest wins since Sir Alex Ferguson retired |
Man United's biggest wins since Sir Alex Ferguson retired

Man United's biggest wins since Sir Alex Ferguson retired

Big wins have been a rare thing at Manchester United since the retirement of Sir Alex Ferguson back in 2013, and this might be one of the shortest articles ever!

A lot of changes in management have been made, but the results are yet to improve.

But what games made the Red Devil’s fans hopeful?

Man United 5-1 FC Midtjylland (February 2016)

Anthony Martial felt something during the team warm up before this Europa League tie and manager Louis van Gaal was forced to give young Marcus Rashford a debut.

The youngster then went ahead and grabbed a memorable brace that had United fans screaming he is the future.

Ander Herrera converted a late penalty and Memphis Depay capped off arguably the best performance of his short-lived United career with a fifth.

Cardiff 1-5 Man United (December 2018)

This came just after United sacked Jose Mourinho and replaced him with now manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

Can you imagine getting a 5-1 win in your first match as manager off the back of 3-1 defeat to Liverpool?

Rashford scored just three minutes into the game, with further goals from Herrera and Martial before the interval. Jesse Lingard then got a rare brace in the second half.

Bayer Leverkusen 0-5 Man United (November 2013)

This was a very rare win under David Moyes. To make it sweeter? It came in the Champions League.

United led 2-0 after half an hour when an own goal doubled the advantage given by Antonio Valencia. Jonny Evans, Chris Smalling and a fine strike from Nani rounded off the scoring.

Tranmere 0-6 Man United (January 2020)

This is United’s biggest away win since the 8-1 thrashing of Nottingham Forest in 1999, when current manager Solskjaer himself scored four times off the bench, and the first time a United side has scored five in the first half of any game since a 6-1 win against Arsenal in February 2001.

Harry Maguire scored an unlikely long-range stunner to kick things off, followed by further goals from Diogo Dalot, Lingard, Phil Jones, Martial, and Mason Greenwood.

How many more will we see though?