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Five Biggest Wins In EPL History

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  1. Man United 1-6 Manchester City, 23rd October 2011:

This is probably one of the most prestigious and heavy losses Man United has suffered ever against their neighbours’ City. ‘The noisy neighbours’, as quoted by Sir Alex, were doing much more than making noise. David Silva’s footwork just fuelled up the play more where just in the opening minutes, Mario Balotelli opened the book with the famous shirt reveal, ‘Why Always Me?’, followed by Johnny Evans being sent off, which made the reds more vulnerable. Balotelli doubled his tally followed by Fletcher getting one back for United, and then Aguero. Edin Dzeko was substituted for Mario where he scored a sublime goal, and later on Silva putting his name on the list which he deserved. Dzeko again put one in the back of the nets in ‘Fergie time’ with a low left-footed effort.

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Premier League 2018/19 Home Kits Of Every Club

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Manchester United

5 Players Manchester United Should Sign This Transfer Window

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5. Harry Maguire

After having a wonderful time at the FIFA World Cup Harry Maguire is in demand. Phil Jones is still good though but he isn’t perfect besides Eric Baily and Victor Lindelof have not fully performed under Jose Mourinho. Harry Maguire would be a perfect fit for the Manchester United squad.

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5 Players Manchester United Should Sign This Transfer Window

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5. Sergej Milinkovic-Savic

Savic is touted as a future star and he is already showing the sings too. He is a defensive midfielder, who also like to charge ahead. He can a be a good option to fill the midfield positions. He is physically strong as deals with challenges pretty well. He is also tactically sound. In 29 games he has scored nine times, assisted twice and created 42 goal-scoring opportunities.

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