Ten Hag in danger of leading Man United’s to worst points totals in Premier League history

Manchester United manager, Ten Hag will be seeking to win at Brighton this weekend as he aims to avoid becoming the man to lead the Red Devils to their worst ever finish since the Premier League’s inaugural 1992/93 season.

Man United’s 1-0 loss to Arsenal at Old Trafford on Sunday was their 14th of the season in the league, their most in a single season and they have only picked up 57 points from their 36 games.

Ten Hag’s men need to beat Brighton at the Amex stadium on Sunday, the final matchday to avoid at least matching the club’s worst final points tally in Premier League history which stands at 58 points from the 2021/22 season.

The Red Devils have garnered 57 points his season and a win against the Seagulls would see them finish on 60 points but a draw would see them equal their lowest ever points defeat and they’d record their worst ever points tally if they lose against Brighton.

That arrived in the 2021/22 season before Ten Hag’s appointment at Old Trafford, with Ole Gunnar Solskjær Ralf Rangnick ensuring the unwanted record was set.

Man United finished 6th that season but their worst ever league placing arrived in the 2013/14 campaign when they finished 7th under the tutelage of David Moyes and they currently sit 8th.


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