Manchester United had their ever worst beginning to a Premier League season during seven years.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer
's men endured a 1-0 domestic defeat to Arsenal on, with Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang with a penalty in the second half.
This is the third failure of the Red Devils in the English top flight in the 2020-21 season, placing them in 15th place with just seven points from their first six games.
It is their lowest points in the campaign when David Moyes was in the dugout in 2013-14.
The Red Devils could only gain one domestic point in the league this season. This is their
since 1972-73 - when they finished 18th - that the club have failed any other opening four top-flight games at Old Trafford.
Solskjaer talked to Sky Sports: "Home and away form is out the window with no fans in the stadium. You can’t look at that. It doesn’t really mean too much.”
"We played fantastic on Wednesday and now we lose. But we need to get points on the board. Now we need to focus on next week and Everton.”
Their play on Sunday was the first time United have been broken down by
at home during 14 years.