Manchester United on longest home unbeaten run since 2011

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The Red Devils have made Old Trafford a fortress under Jose Mourinho, picking up a long run of results

Manchester United have had ups and downs under Jose Mourinho this season, but the Portuguese has succeeded in making Old Trafford a very difficult place to win for opposing teams.

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Thursday night's 2-1 extra-time win over Anderlecht sent United into the Europa League semi-finals, and also established the team's best unbeaten run at Old Trafford since 2011.

The run of 26 straight matches without defeat is impressive, but United will have to put together another 11 results to reach the run the team achieved under Sir Alex Ferguson back in 2011.

The Red Devils' last defeat at home came back on September 10, a 2-1 loss to city rivals Manchester City. 

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