OLE GUNNAR SOLSKJAER’S woeful home record has been laid bare in a shocking stat for the Manchester United manager.
The club legend has been in charge for a staggering 21 per cent of all United’s home defeats in Premier League history.
That’s despite the fact he has only led the Red Devils in just under 10 per cent of their total home games in the top flight.
The Norwegian has seen his side beaten 13 times in the 55 games he’s managed at Old Trafford.
Sir Alex Ferguson has been in charge of the greatest number of home defeats since the Premier League came into existence in 1992.
The iconic Scot was at the helm for 54 per cent of all Old Trafford losses to date.
But that’s perhaps unsurprising given he was in charge for a whopping 405 home games in the league – 72 per cent of the total United have played.
And, impressively, the 34 losses he suffered represent just 8% of all Fergie’s Prem results at the Theatre of Dreams.
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Ferguson notched a record 13 Premier League titles before retiring in 2013, when he was replaced with David Moyes.
The now-West Ham boss endured a torrid time in the United hot seat.
That played out in the shape of six defeats in his 16 home games and led to his axing just eight months into his reign.
Solskjaer finds himself under similar pressure after another dreadful performance in United’s 2-0 defeat at home by derby rivals Manchester City.
That came hot on the heels of the 5-0 thrashing Liverpool dished out at Old Trafford last month.
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