The last favorite to top the Premier League table after the New Year in 2013 was Manchester United XI … where are they now?

Manchester United have finally come back after flexing their muscles against Burnley in the Premier League title.

Ole Gunner Soulscare Paul Pogba was able to turn his midfield back on his chance with a match-winning goal and Man of the Match scene with Nemanja Medic and Bruno Fernandez.

For the first time since the arrival of the Frenchman in 2016, United are firmly engaged in a three-horse title race against their Manchester neighbors and dominating champions.

The return of Scott McDomini and Fred to Sunday’s clash at Anfield seems inevitable United With 15 Premier League games away, three points are clear at the division summit.

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This is the first time since 2013 that Manchester United have taken the lead since the New Year, accidentally their last title win. Even in those years a lot has changed Sir Alex Ferguson The final bow but his former club are finally looking to get back on track.

So, to mark the occasion, Manchester United have a flashback to beating Wigan Athletics 4-0 on New Year’s Day 2013, having been top since the start of this year.

GK – David de Gea

Manchester United’s Spanish number one is the only player to have escaped from both teams, further highlighting his longevity between the sticks.

This is De Gea’s second season at Manchester United following the retirement of Edwin van der Sar and the first taste of winning a Premier League medal.

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De Gea had a total of 11 clean sheets, while Joe Hart won the gold glove with 17 shutouts.

R.P. – Raphael da Silva

Raphael picked up the number two shirt ahead of the 2012/13 campaign and returned to the right as Manchester United’s first choice, revealing 28 appearances.

His highlight of the season was an amazing goal against the Queens Park Rangers 2-0 in February. The right hand side ran into a loose pass to drop a thunderous effort from 25 yards, which left Julio Caesar with no chance.

CB – Rio Ferdinand

In the Ferdinand United backline, Nemanja Vidic suffered 28 injuries and made 28 appearances.

Manchester United’s last goal under Ferguson at Old Trafford was a 2-1 win over Swansea City with a back-post volley. When his contract expired in 2014, he moved to Queens Park Rangers, where he last proved to be the number six club.

CB – Johnny Evans

Johnny Evans was Ferdinand’s regular partner in United’s 2013 title win, as Widig only played in 19 Premier League games.

The Northern Irishman, who excels at Leicester City, made a total of 23 appearances and further proved his credibility in the Manchester United shirt during the campaign.

He finally left United in the summer of 2015.

LP – Patrice Evra

This year the French player was at his best, revealing 28 appearances on the left back.

Since Patrice Evra left the club, United have struggled to find a long-term replacement, with Luke Shaw struggling in the form of injuries and tips, while Ashley Young has been transferred from a winger. With Alex Dellas and Brandon Williams vying for the left-back position with Shaw, Ole Gunner has plenty of options for Solskare.

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RW – Ashley Young

Although Young was mainly on the left side during United’s career, he started the opposite side against Wigan.

Like De Gea, this is the club’s second season with Young, where he has scored three goals and recorded one assist in 19 Premier League matches.

Chief – Tom brilliantly

Wigan, England - January 01: Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez (R) celebrates Manchester United's first goal during the Barclays Premier League match between Wigan Athletics and Manchester United on January 1, 2013 at DW Stadium in Vikatan, England.  (Photo by Tom Purselow / Manchester United via Getty Images)
Tom brilliantly played in 22 Premier League games for Manchester United in 2012/13.

Tom Wise was a regular for United during the 2012/13 season and made a total of 22 appearances during their Premier League victory.

The midfielder became the worst with the club in his later years, but was impressed with his first real season as a Manchester United first-team player, making only five starts ahead of the season.

Chief – Michael Garrick

For many fans, the 2012/13 season Michael Carrick was the best Manchester United player because he became a true leader at the heart of midfield.

His performances included in this year’s PFA squad alongside Rio Ferdinand, Robin van Persie and De Gea.

LW – Ryan Giggs

Ryan Giggs was a regular contributor to the United team as he won his last Premier League title for the club in 2013.

Giggs made 22 appearances before retiring and was accepted as the club’s caretaker manager 12 months later.

ST – Javier Hernandez

Javier Hernandez was selected ahead of Davey Welbeck for the match as Ferguson moved his side, with Wayne Rooney out injured in Vikatan.

The Mexican international returned that hope with a brace, scoring two regular hunter goals from within the penalty area.

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Manchester United topped the Premier League 1-0 against Burnley on Tuesday night.

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Paul Pogba scored the decisive goal in a tough match at Turf Moore, which means United are now three points clear of Liverpool – they face off at Anfield this weekend.

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SD – Robin van Persie

Despite scoring 26 Premier League goals and winning the Golden Open, Robin van Persie was defeated for the PFA Player of the Year award by Gareth Bale, who scooped the player and young player trophies.

At Vikatan, Van Persie threw the class and hit a beautiful right foot curling strike, blunting the defender and leaving him on this back.

He added the second half of the match from close range after being bowled by Danny Welbeck.

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