#mufc beat Sunderland to go third in the Premier League table, with Wayne Rooney opening the scoring from the spot after a former Red, Wes Brown, was sent off.
Rooney added a second with a close-range header for his 11th of the season as Louis van Gaal's men returned to winning ways. Get the full story in our match report: http://bit.ly/1Dm4scR
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You may have seen some of our #GoogleTrends on this page in the past, as we feature notable or quirky internet searches based on #mufc . But what would our players make of the stats? Check out our video as Phil Jones, Luke Shaw and Paddy McNair take a closer look...
#mufc were made to work hard for the points against Sunderland but eventually triumphed thanks to Wayne Rooney's second-half double. See the best images from Old Trafford in our GIF...
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Founded in 1878, Manchester United is the most popular football club in the world. The Red Devils have won, among other honours, a record-breaking 20 English league titles, including 13 in the Premier League era. Some of the greatest players to ever play the game of football have pulled on the famous red shirt, while two former managers – Sir Matt Busby and Sir Alex Ferguson – have been knighted for their achievements at the club.