Manchester United made club history as they came from a goal down to see off Newcastle United 4-1 on Saturday in an English Premier League clash.
The Red Devils conceded a second-minute own-goal as Luke Shaw turned the ball past David de Gea and into his own net, but recovered late on to score thrice in the last 10 minutes to pick maximum points.
In doing so, United completed a sequence of away results that have never been bettered in their top-flight history.
It was the first time the club won six successive Premier League or Division One matches away from home while scoring at least two goals in each of them.
The six-game stretch
- Brighton (A) 3-0 - Greenwood, Fernandes 2
- Aston Villa (A) 3-0 - Fernandes (pen), Greenwood, Pogba
- Crystal Palace (A) 2-0 - Rashford, Martial
- Leicester City (A) 2-0 - Bruno Fernandes (pen), Lingard
- Brighton (A) 3-2 - Dunk (og), Rashford, Fernandes (pen)
- Newcastle (A) 4-1 - Maguire, Fernandes, Wan-Bissaka, Rashford
Harry Maguire, Bruno Fernandes, Aaron Wan-Bissaka, and Marcus Rashford got the goals for United, who picked their second win of the season.