Manchester United vs Sunderland 1-0 Highlights
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The match between Manchester United and Sunderland is played at Old Trafford in Manchester, United Kingdom. The crash of these two strong clubs is bound to become an exciting game on Saturday, 5 November 2011.
The latest English Premier League (EPL) match of Manchester United and Sunderland happened on 26 December 2010 when Manchester United beat Sunderland 2-0 with these two goals scored by the club’s Bulgarian forward Dimitar Berbatov. Manchester United have won three, drawn two and lost none of the last five Premier League matches against their Sunderland rivals.
Manchester United vs Sunderland 2001 Highlights: The match kicks-off on Saturday, the 5th November 2011 at Old Trafford
Sunderland, the club was known with the nickname Black Cats, have failed to score in seven of their last nine Premier League matches against the Red Devils. Meanwhile, Man Utd have won 13 and lost none of the subsequent 18 Premier League games against Sunderland.
Manchester United haven’t lost to Sunderland since November 2000
Manchester United have scored in each of their last 35 Premier League matches at Old Trafford stadium. They have won 32 of these last 35 home league games. However, no one could have predicted that MU were dealt 1-6 by bitter rivals Manchester City recently at home. This result sent shockwaves around the world, but Man Utd put this painful defeat behind them with a solid 1-0 win over Everton at Goodison Park at the weekend.
Manchester United is one of the wealthiest and most widely supported football teams in the world with more than 330 million supporters worldwide
MU are heavy favourites for another three points on 5th November 2011 against Sunderland. If Man Utd win this upcoming game, they will become the first team to surpass 900 home points in the EPL.
The Black Cats have not beaten Man Utd in the top flight since 1997
Sir Alex Ferguson’s men suggest that they may well take their anger from the 6-1 humbling by Roberto Mancini’s men out on Sunderland on Saturday, 5 November 2011. Meanwhile, Sunderland’s manager Steve Bruce is under a bit of pressure after the recent crash of his club and Aston Villa, which leaves The Black Cats in 14th place in the table.
The Black Cats have only won consecutive Premier League away games twice since April 2008