Manchester United have gone the entire Premier League season unbeaten away from home.
The Red Devils set on their travels to Molineux this morning for a 4pm kick-off. Goals from academy star Anthony Elanga and Juan Mata sealed the win to ensure United remained unbeaten on the road in the league.
You would think with fans back at Old Trafford next season that our home record will improve. They’ve definitely missed the atmosphere and our fringe players performed pretty well against a hostile 10,000 Wolves fans, who were calling for everything after conceding a controversial penalty.
Only two clubs have ever stayed unbeaten away from home for a full top-flight season in 133-years of English football – Preston North End in 1988/89 and Arsenal in 2001/02 and 2003/04.
United spoiled Nuno Espirito Santo leaving parade but their fans ensured he got a warm departure party.
Now, let’s improve that home form after beating Villarreal on Wednesday night.
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