Litany of Red Devils' lowest points this season...
After Manchester United's shocking defeat to Olympiakos, we look at the other low points from the Red Devils' dismal campaign this season
Moyes' men suffer first defeat as Daniel Sturridge gives Liverpool victory at Anfield.
United are beaten 1-4 at Man City.
Suffer 1-2 at home to West Brom, ending the Baggies; 35-year wait for an Old Trafford triumph.
Concede last-minute Adam Lallana equaliser vs Southampton at home.
Bryan Oviedo scores four mins from time as Everton end their 21-year wait for an away win over United.
Newcastle win at Old Trafford for the first time since 1972.
Swansea win at Old Trafford for the first time as Wilfried Bony's goal sends United out of FA Cup in Rd 3.
League Cup semi-final first leg loss to Sunderland means third straight loss for first time since 2001.
United crash to defeat at Chelsea.
United beat Sunderland 1-2 in the League Cup semi-final return leg, but lose via penalty shoot-out, with only Darren Fletcher scoring from their five kicks.
Stoke City end their long wait for a win against Manchester United as Charlie Adam's twin strikes gives them their first over Red Devils since 1984.
United come from behind to lead bottom side Fulham at Old Trafford, but Darren Bent's stoppage-time equaliser earns them a 2-2 draw which denies the hosts three points.
It proves gruesome in Greece for under-par United in the Champions League Last 16 as a shambolic performance sees them beaten 0-2 by Olympiakos.