Manchester United 0 – 3 Tottenham: United’s 7th PL home Loss by 3+ goals, do you remember the other 6?

Manchester United’s Old Trafford ground is often referred to as the fortress as teams don’t easily run away victors when they visit.
However, down the years, there have also been some emphatic victories being recorded by away sides at the ground.
With Tottenham’s Monday night 3-0 drubbing making it the 7th time an away side has won with 3+ goals, we look at the other 6.
August 19, 1992: Manchester United 0 Everton 3
The display and result were both emphatic and indeed the Blues wouldn’t triumph during the median edition of the premier league.
Peter Beardsley broke the deadlock on the stroke of half-time with a smart finish from Warzycha’s diagonal pass that left home keeper Peter Schmeichel on his backside in front of an empty Stretford End that was being rebuilt.
The Geordie genius returned the compliment with 10 minutes to go as his intelligent ball picked out Warzycha who turned PFA Player of the Year Gary Pallister inside out before crashing home.
Substitute Mo Johnston completed the rout with a curling effort in the final minute after Schmeichel made a mess of coming out of his area to make an interception and played himself into trouble. United went on to win the league that season.
December 2, 2001: Manchester United 0-3 Chelsea 
This was very painful to take for Sir Alex Ferguson considering it was Six days after United self- combusted at Highbury against Arsenal.
Chelsea, led by Claudio Ranieri were brave, organised, efficient. United were none of the above. Lame, lacklustre losers.
In a bid to salvage what was heading for a disastrous month of December, Ferguson deployed captain Roy Keane in the centre of defence but it was Mario Melchiot of Chelsea who nodded an early opener and further goals came after half-time from Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink and Eidur Gudjohnsen.
United suffered 3 defeats in a row against Arsenal, Chelsea and West Ham United that month.
Mar 14, 2009, Manchester United 1 -4 Liverpool 
One of the most infamous days at Old Trafford. In front of 75,000 spectators at the theater of dreams, United handed Liverpool a landmark victory.
Goals from Fernando Torres, Steven Gerrard, Fabio Aurelio and Andrea Dossena completed the sacking of Old Trafford.
Sir Alex Ferguson’s side, after taking the lead through Cristiano Ronaldo’s penalty, could not cope with the red tide which overwhelmed them.
It could have been worse. Ryan Babel teed up Gerrard, unmarked in the box, with five minutes to go, but the Liverpool skipper ballooned over.
United ended up winning a third consecutive Premier League title for the second time to equal Liverpool’s record of 18 league titles in that season.
October 23, 2011, Manchester United 1 -6 Manchester City. 
Manchester City inflicted Manchester United’s worst home defeat since February 1955 as they thrashed the champions in ruthless fashion to go five points clear at the top of the Premier League in the season United’s noisy neighbours eded up the title.
United played with 10 men for the most part of the game, following the 47th-minute dismissal of defender Jonny Evans.
Jonny Evanswas sent off in the 47th minute after fouling Mario Balotelli, with the score at 1–0 to City. United pulled a goal back at 3–0 down before three goals for City sealed their victory. The 6–1 score was the biggest defeat suffered by Manchester United against City at Old
Ferguson went on to describe it as the worst result in history for him.
March 16  2014, Manchester United 0-3 3 Liverpool 
David Moyes has taken up the reigns at Manchester United as the club attempted to defend the premier league crown last won by Ferguson.
Then came Liverpool again with captain Steven Gerrard scoring two penalties and missed a third as Liverpool grabbed yet another resounding win over fierce rivals Manchester United at Old Trafford.
Nemanja Vidic, United captain picked up his fourth red card against Liverpool in the game as but there was no stopping Luis Suarez who added the his side’s third.
It ended up a abysmal title defence for United as they finished 6th in May.
Mar 25, 2014, Manchester United 0 – 3 Manchester City 
Manchester City increased the pressure on Premier League leaders Chelsea by disposing of Manchester United with almost embarrassing ease at Old Trafford.
Edin Dzeko scored early in each half – the first inside a minute – and Yaya Toure added a third in stoppage time to once again disgraced their neighbors in their own backyard.
The defeat came 10 days after  Liverpool had beat United in a similar fashion.
City keeper Joe Hart was rarely even tested  as United searched for a way back into a contest where they had been outplayed for long periods