Danny Welbeck celebrates scoring against Arsenal.

Watch our live stream of United v Arsenal 2011

The latest Manchester United game to be streamed live – in full and for free – on ManUtd.com and MUTV On Demand is the 8-2 mauling of Arsenal from 2011.

In the absence of live football, we’re running a poll every 48 hours asking you to select a match from our rich and storied past.
This time, supporters had a choice between four famous games against the Gunners, the other three choices being: our 6-1 triumph in 2001, the fiery 4-2 victory at Highbury four years later and a 3-1 Champions League semi-final win in 2009.

Yet, the clear winner in our poll was the six-goal hammering at the start of the 2011/12 season, and the stream for this match will be shown on our website's home page at 19:00 GMT today (Thursday).

UNITED 8-2 ARSENAL (2011/12)
Old Trafford has seen its fair share of breathtaking football over the years, but this August afternoon in 2011 was one of our very best offensive performances. As reigning champions, we welcomed an Arsenal side yet to score in their opening two Premier League games, and their fortunes only worsened at the Theatre of Dreams. Danny Welbeck headed us into the lead after 22 minutes, before David De Gea crucially saved Van Persie’s penalty. That spurred the Reds on and soon Ashley Young, Wayne Rooney and Nani were having their own personal Goal-of-the-Day competition. For Wayne, it was one of his finest showings in a United shirt, as he bagged a hat-trick in the late summer sunshine.

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