Premier League, Leeds United 0-0 Manchester United: Records broken

Rajdeep Saha
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Premier League, Leeds United 0-0 Manchester United: Records broken
Premier League, Leeds United 0-0 Manchester United: Records broken

25 Apr 2021: Premier League, Leeds United 0-0 Manchester United: Records broken

Manchester United were left frustrated by Leeds United in a 0-0 affair in the Premier League.

Man United need a win to keep their hopes of a slim title chance alive but they failed to grasp the same.

In a game of few clear cut chances, the match ended all square.

Leeds hung on and did an able job.

Here's more.

Fact: Man City could win the title next weekend

The result means leaders Manchester City will be crowned Premier League champions next weekend if Pep Guardiola's side beat Crystal Palace on Saturday and United, who are second, lose at Old Trafford to Liverpool on Sunday.

Records: Manchester United unbeaten in 24 away league games

Manchester United are unbeaten in their past 24 Premier League away games (W15 D9).

As per Opta, only Arsenal between April 2003 and September 2004 (27) having a longer such run in English top-flight history.

Manchester United have drawn seven league games 0-0 this season.

The Red Devils have the most goalless draws of any side in the Premier League this season.

Stats: Notable stats scripted in the match

As per Opta, Leeds had only six shots in this match, their joint-fewest in a league game at Elland Road under Marcelo Bielsa (also six against Barnsley in July 2020).

Meanwhile, Manchester United's Luke Shaw has created 11 chances in his last two league games.

In 2021 he has created the most chances of any player in the Premier League (50).

Maguire: Maguire scripts these unique records

Manchester United skipper Harry Maguire hasn't missed a single minute the club's last 71 Premier League games. He has equaled Gary Pallister's club record in the competition among outfield players.

Meanwhile, Maguire (10) is only the third Manchester United player to be shown 10+ yellow cards in a single Premier League campaign, after Steve Bruce in 1994-95 (11) and Luke Shaw in 2018-19 (11).

Fact: In an elite company