Sunderland v Man Utd: 18 (Red) Devilish questions

Louis van Gaal
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Sunderland play host to Manchester United on Saturday, but how well up are you on the Red Devils’ history?

Have a go at our quiz and see if you can get a full house.

But you won’t!

1 Who are Manchester United’s three leading scorers this season (in the right order)?

2 Which of these clubs has United manager NOT been in charge at - Barcelona, Bayern Munich, Inter Milan?

3 Which two teams qualified from Manchester United’s Champions League group this season?

4 What was United’s original name - Newton Ridley, Newton Trafford or Newton Heath?

5 Who was the architect of Old Trafford?

6 How many rounds, including the final, did Manchester United play to win the European Cup in 1968?

7 And who scored their four goals in the final win against Benfica?

8 Which AR was sold by Manchester United for a club record fee in 1980?

9 And which now Premier League manager was sold to Barcelona in 1986 for a club record fee of £2.5m?

10 Manchester Utd spent a club record £110,000 for which player from Torino in 1962?

11 United first spent over £1m for a player in 1980 - which GB was it for?

12 In which year did United first play at Old Trafford - 1900, 1910 or 1920?

13 Which team did United beat 9-0 in the Premier League in 1995?

14 And who scored five goals in that game?

15 In 1999, United recorded a record Premier League away win, winning 8-1 at which club?

16 And who scored four of their goals after coming on as a sub?

17 Who thrashed United 6-1 in October 2011?

18 Manchester United’s highest ever home attendance was actually at Maine Road - true or false?


1 Wayne Rooney, Anthony Martial and Juan Mata; 2 Inter Milan; 3 Wolfsburg and PSV Eindhoven; 4 Newton Heath; 5 Archibald Leitch; 6 Five; 7 Bobby Charlton (2), George Best and Brian Kidd; 8 Andy Ritchie; 9 Mark Hughes; 10 Denis Law; 11 Garry Birtles; 12 1910; 13 Ipswich Town; 14 Andy Cole; 15 Nottingham Forest; 156 Ole Gunnar Solskaer; 17 Manchester City; 18 True (83,260 v Arsenal in 1948)