David Moyes has overseen a record-breaking season at Manchester United, but for all the wrong reasons.
Sunday’s defeat at Everton means that the defending champions cannot finish in the top four this season, the first time they have failed to qualify for the Champions League since 1995.
The result also gifted the Toffees their first league double over United since 1969-70.
The below list was first published on Goal following the 3-0 home defeat to Manchester City at the end of March, but has been updated to reflect yet more unwanted records from a nightmare season
|MOYES’S UNWANTED RECORDS AT MAN UTD
|United are guaranteed to finish the season with their lowest ever Premier League points tally
|United fail to qualify for the Champions League for the first time since 1995
|United’s worst home league form for over a decade
|Suffered three defeats in a row for the first time since 2001 this season
|Eliminated in the FA Cup third round – something which happened just once under Ferguson
|First ever home defeat to Swansea this term
|First home defeat to Newcastle since 1972
|First home defeat to West Brom since 1978
|First league defeat to Stoke since 1984
|First time United conceded a first-minute goal in the Premier League – Dzeko for City
|First time Man City & Liverpool have beaten United home & away since Premier League’s inception
|First time Everton, Man City & Liverpool have beaten United home & away since Premier League’s inception
|First time Everton have beaten United home and away since 1969-70
|First time Everton & Liverpool have ever done a league double over United