Which record did the Reds equal against West Ham?
Paul Pogba's two accurate penalties against West Ham mean Manchester United have now scored a club record-equalling 12 goals from the spot this season.
That dead-ball tally for the Dutchman is also a Reds' joint record, the highest for an individual penalty-taker in one term - shared with Steve Bruce for his exploits in 1990/91.
Other marksmen who have scored more than six pens in one season are Gordon Strachan (nine in 1984/85), Gerry Daly (eight in 1974/75), Charlie Mitten (seven in 1948/49), van Nistelrooy again (seven in 2001/02) and Wayne Rooney, who netted seven of United's 11 successful spot-kicks in 2011/12.
2018/19 is the first season in which we have had five different penalty scorers. While Pogba has banged in eight of our 12 goals from the spot, Anthony Martial, Jesse Lingard, Juan Mata and Marcus Rashford have shared the other four between them.
The only United player to grab a hat-trick of penalties in one game is Charlie Mitten, who achieved the feat when the Reds thrashed Aston Villa 7-0 at Old Trafford on 8 March 1950. The winger also netted from open play against the West Midlands club while John Downie (2) and Jack Rowley were our other scorers on the day.
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