LONDON. – The Premier League’s dirtiest teams of the past five years have been revealed.
And it’s Manchester United who are finally back on top of the league.
Boffins at punters.pub analysed the disciplinary records of consistent top-flight sides over the past five years. It saw 12 teams come under the microscope.
But it’s United who came out with the worst track record.
The Red Devils have managed to pick up an incredible 386 yellow cards in the past five seasons.
That’s 13 more than the next closest side.
United also picked up nine red cards in that time, the joint second-best number of the 12 sides.
But their incredible yellow card record means they top the average discipline score.
A yellow card counts as one point, while red cards are two. – The Sun.