Are these our 10 best away wins?
Manchester United set a new Premier League landmark on Wednesday.
The 3-1 victory at Brentford was United's 300th away league win away since the top-flight was rebranded in 1992 and we are the first club to hit that milestone.
Here, we look back on 10 particularly memorable outings, starting with a dismantling of title-chasing Norwich City, in 1993...
WIN #7: NORWICH 1 UNITED 3 (APRIL 1993)
One of the all-time great counter-attacking performances, the Reds raced into a three-goal lead after 21 minutes of this visit to Premier League pace-setters Norwich. Ryan Giggs, Andrei Kanchelskis and Eric Cantona ('You can't believe this!', proclaimed commentator Ian Darke) settled what looked, on paper, a potential stumbling block and United went on to overhaul the Canaries, before seeing off Aston Villa's challenge, to win a first title in 26 years.
WIN #37: NEWCASTLE 0 UNITED 1 (MARCH 1996)
The most important of a string of 1-0 victories decided by a sole Cantona goal in a post-Christmas run that saw United reel in Newcastle, who had famously held a 12-point lead in January. Peter Schmeichel was on top of his game to deny the Magpies in a backs-to-the-wall opening half, before 'the King' crashed home at the far post to give us the most satisfying of victories.
WIN #48: LIVERPOOL 1 UNITED 3 (APRIL 1997)
Winning at Anfield is always a high point in any season, but this one is particularly cherished in M16 as it boosted our chances of a fourth championship in five years while ending the hopes of Roy Evans's side. Gary Pallister scored a rare brace, the goals coming either side of John Barnes's equaliser, before Andy Cole capitalised on a David James mistake to send the travelling Red Army wild.
WIN #63: NOTTINGHAM FOREST 1 UNITED 8 (FEBRUARY 1999)
The Reds' record away league win came during the Treble-winning season, at basement dwellers Forest. Doubles from Cole and Dwight Yorke looked to have wrapped up the three points against Ron Atkinson's strugglers, but Ole Gunnar Solskjaer arrived off the bench to score four goals in 12 minutes - a unique United achievement which helped elevate this victory from routine to legendary.
WIN #93: SPURS 3 UNITED 5 (SEPTEMBER 2001)
The comeback of all comebacks, as Sir Alex's side recovered from three down at the break to overwhelm Spurs at White Hart Lane. United were struggling but goals from Cole, Laurent Blanc, Ruud van Nistelrooy, Juan Sebastian Veron and David Beckham made the impossible possible and placed this game in the pantheon of great away days.
WIN #112: NEWCASTLE 2 UNITED 6 (APRIL 2003)
The 2002/03 season is remembered for being a straight shootout for the title between United and Arsenal, but Sir Bobby Robson's Newcastle were in the race for a while. The Magpies trailed the top two by six points but had a game in hand in early April and could rely on a formidable home record, having been unbeaten at St James' Park since September 2002. But United well and truly smashed any lingering hopes among the home faithful, with Paul Scholes scoring a hat-trick in a brutal six-goal shellacking.
WIN #132: ARSENAL 2 UNITED 4 (FEBRUARY 2005)
"I'll see you out there!", said Roy Keane to Patrick Vieira, as the Arsenal-United rivalry arguably reached its peak in this tense Highbury clash. The champions' 49-game unbeaten record had been ended at Old Trafford earlier in the season and they looked keen for revenge as Vieira and Dennis Bergkamp struck to give the Gunners a 2-1 half-time lead. But United roared back, scoring three times after the break, despite Mikael Silvestre's sending off. It would be our last-ever win at the famous old venue, with Arsenal moving to the Emirates Stadium the following year.
WIN #159: EVERTON 2 UNITED 4 (APRIL 2007)
One of the Premier League's dramatic afternoons, as the Reds threatened to cede the Premier League advantage to Chelsea before establishing a five-point lead at the top of the table. The Reds were trailing 2-0 at Everton, while Chelsea led Bolton, at half-time of the Saturday lunchtime kick-offs. But former Toffee Wayne Rooney was inspirational, putting United into the lead after an own goal and John O'Shea had levelled. Young Chris Eagles then put the icing on the cake late on, while there was more good news as it filtered through that the Trotters had equalised at Stamford Bridge.
WIN #215: CHELSEA 2 UNITED 3 (OCTOBER 2012)
Even at their peak, Sir Alex's great sides found Stamford Bridge a tough nut to crack, going a decade without a win there in the league between 2002 and 2012. That run was ended in thrilling fashion, as, after goals from Juan Mata and Ramires had levelled the scores at 2-2, the Blues had Branislav Ivanovic and Fernando Torres sent off. The home side did their best to hang on, but Javier Hernandez tapped in with 15 minutes remaining to grab a sweet victory.
WIN #265: MAN CITY 2 UNITED 3 (APRIL 2018)
United were facing the ultimate ignominy, with City 2-0 up at half-time and 45 minutes away from sealing the Premier League title against their crosstown rivals. But the Reds roared back in the second half, as a Paul Pogba double and Chris Smalling strike ensured Pep Guardiola's side would have to wait to celebrate.
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