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Opinion: Man United Is The Club With The Lowest Clean Sheets Among EPL Top 6 In The Last 20 Games

Recent years, other clubs in the English Premier League and across the European continent have viewed Manchester United as a team that can be defeated. The players' on-field performance has not been encouraging or up to the expectations of the club's supporters. Since then, the club has failed to win a single trophy under the current head coach, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, despite the large sums of money spent by the Glazer family during each of the club's four (4) transfer windows during that time period.

Manchester United has lost six (6) games in all competitions so far this season, four (4) in the Premier League against Aston Villa, Leicester City, Liverpool FC, and Manchester City, and once each against West Ham United in the Carabao Cup and Young Boys in the UEFA Champions League. The Red Devils have won four (4) of their last five (5) games. This was one of the worst performances by the Red Devils in the club's history. Because of the club's poor performance, the fans have called for the dismissal of coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, who has been in charge since January.

Despite the fact that Manchester United was once considered one of the world's most powerful clubs, the club has only managed to keep three (3) clean sheets in the last twenty (20) games, the lowest total among the top six (6) clubs in the English Premier League. The clean sheets came in the Red Devils' 4-0 victories over Everton (in a friendly), Wolverhampton Wanderers (1-0), and Tottenham Hotspur (3-0) in the Premier League this season.

Among the Premier League clubs, Arsenal FC has kept eight (eight) clean sheets, Chelsea FC nine (nine), Manchester City has kept ten (ten), Liverpool FC twelve (12), and Tottenham Hotspur seven (seven) (7). Pre-season games are included in this list of fixtures.

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