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Sir Alex Ferguson's 5 biggest wins with Manchester United

INCREINDO - Sir Alex Ferguson is one of the best coaches in the world. During his time in charge of Manchester United, he won dozens of prestigious titles both domestically and internationally. Because of this achievement, the Scottish man was labeled as the most successful coach in English football.

In total, he has coached Manchester United for 27 years. In his coaching career coaching the Red Devils, Ferguson has certainly created history with victories with fantastic scores. Here are five of the biggest wins Ferguson has ever won while dealing with Manchester United.

1. Manchester United vs Ipswich Town (9-0)


On March 4, 1995, Manchester United managed to roll over his guest, Ipswich Town with a very landslide score of 9-0. The game took place in a Premier League match and was played at Old Trafford. Five of the nine goals were bought by England striker, Andy Cole.

While the other four goals were scored by Mark Hughes (2), Paul Ince (1), and Roy Keane (1). Unfortunately, Manchester United was only able to end the season in runner-up position that season. The Red Devils are only one point away from Blackburn Rovers.

2. Nottingham Forest vs Manchester United (1-8)


Ole Gunnar Solskjaer became a star in the match against Nottingham Forest in the Premier League on February 6, 1999. In that match, Manchester United managed to crush their opponent at home with a score of 1-8. Solskjaer, who came on as a substitute, was able to create four goals, aka quat-tricks, in less than 20 minutes.

The man from Norway was indeed known as a supersub during his time as a player. It was also one of the best years for Manchester United and especially Solskjaer. They managed to grab the treble winners after in the Champions League final beat Bayern Munich with a score of 2-1. Two Manchester United goals were scored by Teddy Sheringham in the 91st minute and Solskjaer in the 93rd minute.

3. Manchester United vs Barnsley (7-0)


In the Premier League continuation which was held on October 25, 1997, Manchester United managed to score a goal against their guest, Barnsley with a score of 7-0. In the first half, the Red Devils had a four-goal lead through three goals from Andy Cole and one goal from Ryan Giggs.

In the second half, Manchester United did not relax the attack at all. As a result, three goals were created again through Ryan Giggs, Paul Scholes, and Karel Poborsky. At the end of the season, United were only able to be in second position. They are only one point behind Arsenal who are at the top of the standings.

4. Manchester United vs Arsenal (8-2)


Manchester United appeared superior to Arsenal in the third week of the 2011/12 Premier League season. The match which was held on August 28, the Red Devils managed to embarrass Arsenal with a score of 8-2 at Old Trafford. In that match, Wayne Rooney managed to buy up three goals aka hat-trick. Gal-Rooney's goals were created in the 41st, 64th and 82nd minutes.

While the other five goals were scored by Ashley Young (2), Danny Welbeck (1), Luis Nani (1), and Park Ji-sung (1). Arsenal's two consolation goals were scored by Theo Walcott and van Persie. In that match, Arsenal had to end the game with 10 men after Jenkinson was sent off by the referee.

5. Manchester United vs West Ham United (7-1)

In the 31st week which was held on April 1, 2000, Manchester United managed to frustrate West Ham United's resistance at Old Trafford. Alex Ferguson's team was partying goals with the final score 7-1. Initially, Manchester United fell behind West Ham through Paulo Wanchope's goal in the 10th minute.

But after that, the Red Devils were like a real demon possessed. They appear crazy by buying up seven goals at once. Paul Scholes became the star of the match after scoring a hat-trick. At the end of the season, Ferguson again won the Premier League trophy after winning 18 points from second-placed Arsenal.

With a reputation as one of the best coaches in England, it is not surprising that Ferguson was able to create history for Manchester United with the record for most wins in the Premier League. Of the five matches, which one do you remember the most so far ?