Man United’s 1999 squad voted the best team of the PREMIER LEAGUE Era, beating Arsenal’s Invincibles

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The 1998–1999 Manchester United treble-winning team defeated the Invincibles of Arsenal to earn the title of greatest Premier League team of all time.

Third place went to the Manchester City squad that set a record with 100 points in the 2017–18 season, while the Invincibles squad tied for second with Liverpool’s 2019–20 champions.

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Over 1,000 football fans participated in the study, which was done by Betfair in partnership with YouGov, ahead of the start of the 30th Premier League season on Friday.

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Greatest Teams In The Premier League Era

  • 1) Manchester United 1998-99: 19%
  • 2) Arsenal 2003-04: 15%
  • = Liverpool 2019-20: 15%
  • 3) Manchester City 2017-18: 9%
  • 4) Manchester United 2008-09: 8%
  • 5) Leicester 2016-17: 7%

Following the inception of the Premier League in 1992, United were the dominant force in England in the 1990s, winning five of seven campaigns before the millennium ended.

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Ferguson’s Manchester United would go on to win an incredible 13 Premier League titles during his 26-year tenure as manager, but it was his 1998-99 team that will live long in the memory of top-flight English football fans.

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United won the Premier League, FA Cup, and Champions League in 11 days, thanks to a squad brimming with world-class talent such as Peter Schmeichel, Roy Keane, David Beckham, and Andy Cole.

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The 1998-99 Red Devils won the recent poll with 19% of the vote, with Arsene Wenger’s 2003-04 Invincibles – who went unbeaten while amassing 90 points – and Liverpool’s 2019-20 title-winning side tied for second with 15%.

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Meanwhile, despite having the most points (100), away points (50), away wins (16), goals scored (106), goal difference (79), and consecutive wins (19) in a single season, Pep Guardiola’s stunning 2017-18 side received only 9% of the votes.

Source: Daily Mail

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