Manchester United face Norwich at Old Trafford on Saturday, and in three seasons since the Canaries returned to England's top flight in 2011 the Reds have enjoyed five wins from six games domestically against them.
That includes two 4-0 victories in the last 13 months, one of which was October's Capital One Cup triumph at Old Trafford. But focusing solely on league encounters, we've selected the last six goals scored against the men from Norfolk in our video feature.
We start with Ryan Giggs' winner at Carrow Road in February 2012. On his 900th appearance for the club, it was a typical show of influence from the Reds no.11, handing United a typical last-gasp victory after Grant Holt had cancelled out Paul Scholes' opener.
A year later, Shinji Kagawa struck a sublime hat-trick at Old Trafford. His second of three well-taken goals was a beautifully disguised finish, while Wayne Rooney rounded off a good afternoon's work with a 25-yard pile driver into the top corner. Completing our video is Danny Welbeck's winning effort from December's 1-0 away win, which came in the middle of the Mancunian forward's spell of six goals in six league games.
Of course, Giggs, who features in our video, will plot United's path from the touchline having taken temporary charge of the first team following the departure of David Moyes, while new Norwich boss Neil Adams leads his side's continued fight against relegation.
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