When it comes to Premier League titles, Manchester United are still miles clear of every other team in England.
The Red Devils won the Premier League 13 times under Sir Alex Ferguson’s management, but haven’t secured another title since the legendary Scot retired in 2013.
United have slipped away since 2013 and are now top-four contenders rather than title challengers. Other clubs, meanwhile, have grown stronger and stronger over the past seven years.
Manchester City have added another three Premier League titles to their collection since 2013, while Chelsea have won English football’s biggest prize on two occasions during the same period.
Leicester City stunned the world by sealing the other title during the unforgettable 2015/16 campaign.
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But are United still on top when it comes to points amassed over the course of the Premier League era?
A superb live graphic showing the all-time Premier League table (from 1992 to now) has been created by Noob Norm - and it makes for fascinating viewing.
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Perhaps unsurprisingly, United have remained top for the entire duration of the Premier League era - although their advantage over the chasing pack has been reduced in recent years.
Aston Villa were their closest challengers for pole position initially before they were leapfrogged by 1994/95 champions Blackburn.
Arsenal then jump ahead of both Liverpool and Blackburn in 1998 - the year they won their first Premier League title - and remain in second position right up until the present day, which is impressive.
The Gunners have won three Premier League titles (in 1998, 2002 and 2004) and have been top-four regulars until recently.
By the end of 2019, five-time champions Chelsea are hot on Arsenal’s heels in third place, followed by Liverpool, Tottenham and, surprisingly, Everton.
Man City, despite boasting four Premier League titles, are only in seventh position in the all-time table. Give it a few more years and they’ll inevitably be higher up the list.
City are followed by Newcastle United, Aston Villa and West Ham, who have all spent time in the second tier since 1992.
Leicester are 17th in the table, behind the likes of Leeds United, Middlesbrough, Sunderland and Fulham.
If anything, that stat makes their 2016 title win look even more remarkable.News Now - Sport News