REVIEW: Man United keep on scoring at Old Trafford as they equal PL record

FOOTBALL – Manchester United defeated Queens Park Rangers 2-0 and have now scored in 46 successive Premier League matches at Old Trafford, which equals the Premier League record set by Arsenal between 2001 and 2003.


  • Since 1992/93, the start of the Premier League, only four teams in the top-5 competitions in Europe have had a longer home scoring streak. Of these teams, FC Barcelona had two such streaks.
  • The all-time English top flight record of scoring in consecutive home matches is in the hands of Aston Villa, the team Manchester United last failed to score against at home in the league.
  • Villa scored in 82 home matches in a row in the English top flight between 1891 and 1896.

 

Longest home scoring streak in top-5 competitions since 1992/93

60 – Internazionale (2005-2008)

55 – AC Milan (1998-2001)

53 - FC Barcelona (1995-1998)

53 - Juventus (2001-2004)

51 - FC Barcelona (2005-2007)

46 – Manchester United (2009-running)

46 – Arsenal (2001-2003)