Arsenal vs Manchester United produced some of the most iconic matches in the Premier League and Champions League history. The feud of Sir Alex Ferguson and Arsene Wenger are one of the most celebrated feuds in the history of English Football. It was the time of all glory to English Football.
Now there are two pupils of Sir Alex and Wenger at the helm of Manchester United and Arsenal. Ole Gunner Solskjaer is rebuilding the ever-struggling club since Sir Alex, Manchester United. Mikel Arteta, the new FA Cup winner coach of Arsenal is slowly fading away from his glory. No longer the title contenders for a long time, Manchester United and Arsenal will lock horns in a very important match today.
Here are 5 of the most entertaining, iconic, and best matches of Manchester United vs Arsenal-
1. 2011 – Man United 8 : 2 Arsenal (Premier League)
Well, the famous scoreline 8-2 of Bayern Munich and Barcelona is not new. The famous win at Old Trafford saw Arsenal's heaviest league defeat since 1927, 84 years earlier Before the game Sir Alex Ferguson took a shot at Arsenal manager Arsène Wenger's record in recent years, saying he would "not have allowed" such a barren run without trophies.
Create a team that would back your words like United did to Sir Alex back in the days.
2. 2002 – Man United 0 : 1 Arsenal (Premier League)
Arsenal won the league away to Manchester United at Old Trafford on 8 May 2002; the winning goal was scored by Sylvain Wiltord in the second half. After that famous victory, the title celebration at Old Trafford ignited the feud of United and Arsenal.
Who doesn’t want to celebrate the title in front of the rival fanbase? Party continued late at Old Trafford.
3. 2009 – Arsenal 1 : 3 Man United (Champions League)
The semi-final of the 2009 Champions League was the peak of Arsenal vs Manchester United. The swan song of Cristiano Ronaldo with Manchester witnessed the performance of a lifetime. He scored twice to put the dream of Arsenal’s Champions League to bed. Manchester United produced a virtuoso display to remain on course to become the first team to retain a Champions League.
4. 2016- Man United 3 : 2 Arsenal (Premier League)
Teenager Marcus Rashford scored twice and set up the third as Manchester United derailed Arsenal's Premier League title challenge at Old Trafford. After the match Arsenal - who have not won the title since 2004 - remain in third place, five points adrift of leaders Leicester having now played the same number of matches. The hero of Football Marcus Rashford announced himself in style.
5. 2019 – Arsenal 1 : 3 Man United
The beginning of “Ole at the wheel” was riding high and fast. It was eight straight wins for interim manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. Sanchez moved from Arsenal to Manchester United with a great debacle. His time at Old Trafford has largely been a miserable tale of injuries and lack of form. But that day he primed Arsenal for fun. Romelu Lukaku assisted twice to earn the Man of the match.