Manchester United won the ninth game in a row at home in the FA Cup on Tuesday night with a minimum score of 1-0 against West Ham United.
The Red Devils’ winning streak at Old Trafford in this race has made them break the record.
With the victory over West Ham, United has achieved the best record of all time, which was set in the distant year 1912.
It took Ole Gunnar Solskjaer 97 minutes to score, but Scott McTominay’s shot from the left’s keeper made the save.
Man Utd record in the FA Cup at home
Manchester United have won their last nine FA Cup matches in their longest season in the competition, drawing nine straight home victories between 1908 and 1912. / Telegraphy /