Manchester United have had an amazing day and match today under their new manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjær, where the Red Devils were able to beat Cardiff City 5-1 with an amazing performance and result from the players and manager.
Manchester United have scored three goals in the first half by Marcos Rashford, Anthony Martial, and Ander Herrera wherein the second half Jesse Lingard scored a brace from a penalty and open play.
However, Manchester United have broken an all-time historical record in the Premier League where Manchester United have scored five goals for the first time in their history in the Premier League under a manager other than Sir Alex Ferguson.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer became the first manager to ever manage Manchester United and win with this margin where Jose Mourino, Louis Van Gaal, and David Moyes all failed to lead the team to win with more than four goals.
Knowing that Sir Alex took over Manchester United in 1986 and retired in 2013 where the last match Manchester United scored five goals in a single match was on the 19th of May 2013 against West Bromwich Albion where the match ended 5-5. Knowing that the Premier League was created in 1992, and Solskjaer became the first manager ever other than Sir Alex to achieve this record with Manchester United.