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Looking Back At Arsenal Boss Wenger’s Worst Nightmares From Previous Trips To Man Utd

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Arsene Wenger’s record at Old Trafford has not been quite memorable as he expressed that last season’s 3-2 loss was his worst feeling. Well, lets not forget other bad memories Prof. Wenger.

February 25, 2001
Man Utd 6 Arsenal 1

dwight-yorkeWith the absence of Tony Adams, Martin Keown and Lee Dixon in the defence, Wenger’s tactics backfired as Dwight Yorke hit a first half hattrick to pile misery on hapless Arsenal.

October 24, 2004
Man Utd 2 Arsenal 0

van-nistelrooyUnited ended Arsenal’s 49 match unbeaten streak, thanks to courtesy of Wayne Rooney who won a penalty and scored one later. Ruud Van Nistelrooy also grabbed one for the red devils. In the tunnel afterwards, Jens Lehmann squirted water at Alex Ferguson but also an Arsenal player — believed to be Cesc Fabregas — threw pizza at the United boss.

February 16, 2008
Man Utd 4 Arsenal 0

darren-fletcherA double from Darren Fletcher and Emmanuel Eboue sending off summed up the FA Cup fifth round exit for Arsene Wenger.

March 12, 2011
Man Utd 2 Arsenal 0

arsene-wengerArsenal went out of FA Cup quarterfinal this time as Manchester United inflicted more misery on Wenger who lost the Carling cup final to Birmingham and Champions league last 16 tie against Barcelona beforehand.

August 28, 2011
Man Utd 8 Arsenal 2

wayne-rooneyArsene Wenger was embarrassed after conceding 8 goals the a Premier league match. Wayne Rooney collected the match ball with his stunning hattrick.

February 28, 2016
Man Utd 3 Arsenal 2

marcus-rashfordWenger described the loss as the ‘worst feeling’ which saw Arsenal fall behind in the title race by 5 points to Champions Leicester City.

Arsene Wenger did manage to pull of a win at Old Trafford. Remember when?

May 8, 2002
Man Utd 0 Arsenal 1

sylvain-wiltordSylvain Wiltord scored the winner on his 100th appearance for the Gunners. Arsenal ran out double winners that year over Manchester United.

Harshwardhan Sinh Waghela
Harsh is a Psychology graduate from Mumbai’s Jai Hind college, no wonder then he always feels ‘Blue’! Currently he can be found tramping around Delhi with team FootTheBall. Supports Chelsea

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