Solskjaer’s Manchester United broke the club’s 22-year record, held by Ferguson’s team in 1999

The 2020-21 Manchester United has set a new club record, surpassing the 1999 treble-winning team with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s 18-match unbeaten run in the Premier League.

The Red Devils failed to go more than a 0-0 draw against Arsenal at the Emirates, although there were chances from both teams.

The points were split, however, United got something positive or a big record after this result.

Solskjaer’s team has done better on their travels this season and for the last 11 months rewriting history books.

They surpassed the record of Sir Alex Ferguson’s iconic squad, which had gone 17 games unbeaten, and now has a series of 18 unbeaten games as a guest.

United have collected 44 points from their 18 unbeaten games in their travels, with 13 wins and five draws taken during this time. / Telegraphy /

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