The stats behind Man United’s terrible season

Manchester United had one of the worst seasons in its history, with the club having one match left until the end of the season.

The campaign started with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer but the Norwegian was sacked after a string of poor results but his replacement, Ralf Rangnick, did nothing concrete to alter the team’s fortunes.

The club’s last game ended in humiliation against Brighton at the AMEX, with guest fans chanting “You’re not fit to wear the shirt” as the match faded. How bad is the club this season?

    • United are guaranteed to finish with the lowest total of points and the highest number of goals in any season in the history of the Premier League.
    • United have conceded 4 goals on 6 occasions this season

  • United are currently sitting in sixth place, the last place in the Europa League. West Ham, (with a superior goal difference), could finish ahead of United and put them to shame in the Europa League next season.
  • Brighton scored a quarter of all their home goals at the AMEX against United last Saturday. Prior to that, they scored only 12 goals all season.

Streety stats.