Manchester United extended their unbeaten Premier League away run to 23 games, with victory at Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday. The red devils came from one nil down to win the match courtesy of goals from Edison Cavani ,Fred and Mason Greenword.
Solskjaer's side also remains the only side in Europe top five leagues yet to taste a defeat in away match this season. Manchester united now have the chance to make history in England should they avoid defeat in their final three away games this season.
Only two clubs have ever stayed unbeaten away from home in English top flight history. The Manchester club will be keen to join the elite club consisting of Preston and Arsenal in matching up their feat.
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United have three league fixtures to play away from Old Trafford before the end of the season. The historic achievement which will be sealed if United can win or just avoid defeat in all three games against Leeds united ,Aston villa and wolverhampton wonderers.
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