As Sir Alex Ferguson is inducted into the Premier League Hall of Fame, we take a look at his records and most memorable feats in the competition as Manchester United manager.
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Ferguson won the Premier League title on 13 occasions as Manchester United manager, nine more times than any other manager in the competition's history.
Ferguson was the first manager to win a Premier League match by a nine-goal margin, with Man Utd beating Ipswich Town 9-0 in March 1995 - something only achieved three times since.
Ferguson is the only manager to win the Premier League title in three consecutive seasons, doing so on two separate occasions between 1998/99-2000/01 and 2006/07-2008/09.
Ferguson won 305 Premier League matches at Old Trafford, more than twice as many as any other manager has won at a stadium in the competition's history.
Between 1992/93 and 2012/13, when Ferguson managed in the competition, Man Utd won more matches (528), scored more goals (1,627) and won more points (1,752) than any other side in the Premier League.
Under Ferguson, United won the most Premier League points in the 1990s (620), 2000s (832) and between January 2010 and his final game in May 2013 (300).
Ferguson won 223 Premier League away matches, more than any other manager in Premier League history.
Ferguson was the first manager to oversee a comeback from three goals down at half-time to win a Premier League match, beating Tottenham Hotspur 5-3 in September 2001 at White Hart Lane. That has only been achieved once since then, and never again in an away match.
Ferguson won the first ever Premier League Manager of the Month award in August 1993 and went on to win it 27 times, the most of any manager.
Ferguson ended the day top of the Premier League table on 2,284 days, which is 1,305 more than any other manager.
Part 1: Ferguson and Wenger inducted into Premier League Hall of Fame
Part 2: Ferguson: my expectation was always to win
Part 3: Wenger: I pursued perfection at Arsenal
Part 4: Ten Hag: Manchester United is Alex Ferguson
Part 5: Arteta: Wenger vision was bigger than any other manager
Part 7: Wenger's incredible stats as he enters Hall of Fame