Manchester United set new Premier League record after Brentford victory

Manchester United set new Premier League record after Brentford victory

Manchester United became the first team to ever record 300 wins away from home in the Premier League after their victory over Brentford.

Man United endured a tight first half against the home side, forcing David de Gea to make two feet saves to keep the score line even at half-time.

Early in the second half, United broke the deadlock, through a beautiful effort from Anthony Elanga.

A few minutes later, Mason Greenwood doubled United’s lead from a close range. Thanks to Bruno Fernandes for the assist.

Manchester United become the first side to record 300 away wins in the Premier League after Brentford victory
Erik ten Hag gives Cristiano Ronald... x
Erik ten Hag gives Cristiano Ronaldo new nickname ahead of his Manchester United arrival on Monday

Marcus Rashford, who replaced Mason Greenwood in the second half, got on the score sheet as well, with Bruno Fernandes providing the assist again.

The Reds couldn’t keep their sheet clean after letting Ivan Tooney get on the ball from a crowded United’s box.

Following the win, Manchester United reached a landmark 300th away victory in the Premier League, according to Man United’s official website.

Still on the landmark, teams closest to Manchester United are Chelsea [259]. Arsenal rank 3rd with 246 wins while and Liverpool and Manchester City are 239 and 188 respectively in the top flight since it was rebranded in 1992.