The Red Devils have dominated the English top flight since the formation of the Prem’s in 1992, winning 13 league titles under Sir Alex Ferguson.
And while times have been a little trickier of late, they remain miles away from the next best team in the country since 1992.
The Red Devils have won 90 more games than second-place Arsenal, who haven’t qualified for the Champions League since 2016.
Chelsea recently surpassed the North Londoners’ win tally, but remains neck-and-neck with the Gunners in terms of points — both having earned 2,114 — 140 fewer than Man United.
Liverpool is in the top four with 598 wins in 1,139 games — collecting 2,074 points along the way.
And Tottenham is next in fifth, but is nearly 300 points behind the Reds.
The Lilywhites, who are omnipresent in the Prem, have won 492 games, amassing 1,755 points.