After Manchester United’s loss to Crystal Palace at Old Trafford last weekend, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer who is the Manchester United manager is ready to equal the club’s premier league record with Man Utd goes head to head with Brighton on Saturday afternoon.
According to Manchester Evening News, Man United has not lost both of their opening games in a Premier League season since the inaugural campaign in 1992/1993 when they lost to Sheffield and Everton.
However, Solskjaer is being keen for his team to get a first league victory against Brighton and will be feeling confident given how Man United’s away for was towards the conclusion of last premier league season
Manchester United concluded the last premier league season unbeaten in seven away game from home and now a win against Bright will see United equal their own impressive Premier League record.
Manchester United has emerged victorious during their last four Premier League Matches by an aggregate of 10-0 and now have the opportunity to become the first team in the League to win five back to back to make matches without conceding since they achieved that feat under former manager, Sir Alex Ferguson in December 2011.