Manchester United beat Everton by a small 1-0 margin on Sunday. Anthony Martial scored the Red Devils’ only goal of the match, which proved to be a landmark one for his club.
The young Frenchman netted United’s 1000th goal in the Premier League at Old Trafford. It was the club’s 458th Premier League home game (since the 1992/1993 season). No one comes really close to United’s record, as Arsenal have scored 916 home goals, Chelsea 896, Liverpool 868, and Tottenham 760.
Here’s Martial’s landmark goal from last Sunday:
Wayne Rooney is United’s topscorer at Old Trafford, hitting the net 99 times so far. Sky Sports reports that the Red Devils have scored 858 goals from inside the box, 142 from outside the box, 451 in the first half, 549 in the second half, 159 in the last ten minutes, and 49 in extra time.
United have won 337 of their 458 total league matches at Old Trafford, while registering 75 draws and 46 defeats. That has resulted in 1.086 points, and they have conceded 313 goals while scoring 1.000. On average, United have gained over 45 points per year at Old Trafford in the Premier League.