Manchester United has been the most dominant club in the English Premier League and has managed to win 20 Premier League titles. However, the club has struggled to win major trophies since Sir Alex Ferguson retired in 2013. The club has employed several managers who have all failed to produce good results at the club.
Manchester United has been losing easy fixtures that they are supposed to win easily. During the days of Ferguson Old Trafford was a no-go zone. Only a few clubs managed to beat The Red Devils at their home ground and take all the three points. Old Trafford used to be a slaughterhouse for the visiting clubs.
However, things have changed ever since the Scottish manager retired from coaching. The club has frequently been losing at home and winning away matches. During the time of Ferguson Liverpool struggled to win fixtures against Manchester United. But nowadays these fixtures have been easy for The Reds, On Sunday they beat Manchester United 5-0 at Old Trafford. The club has been finding it difficult to win fixtures. The last time Manchester United beat Liverpool was in March 2018.
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