Last Season, Manchester United finished on 58 points in the Premier League, their worst points tally since the competition began in 1992/93, and in truth, it was a miracle how they even got to that total.
When taking into consideration of some of their victories under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Ralf Rangnick throughout that campaign, United were arguably lucky to beat Wolves (a), West Ham (a), Norwich home and away, Brentford (a) and even earned fortunate draws against Everton, Newcastle, Chelsea and more.
The Red Devils' last away league win came all the way back on 20th February, a 4-2 victory at Leeds where they infamously blew a 2-0 lead in less than a minute before goals by Fred and Anthony Elanga restored parity.
Meanwhile, they are on a run of just six wins from their last 16 matches in England’s top-flight, spanning all the way back to late January, having endured a disastrous Interim Managerial spell under Rangnick who finished on a win percentage of 35%.
Without the presence of Cristiano Ronaldo in the side, who has reportedly wanted a move away from a club that he is adored at for achievements in his first spell, they’d have finished 14th, as the 37-year-old’s 18 goals earned them a total of 14 points.