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Manchester United become first club to reach 600 Premier League wins

Manchester United overtake Arsenal for 5th as Jose Mourinho's men see off Middlesbrough at the Riverside Stadium.
Manchester United overtake Arsenal for 5th as Jose Mourinho's men see off Middlesbrough at the Riverside Stadium.
Steve Nicol wraps up all of Sunday's Premier League action, with United and Spurs getting much-needed wins and Liverpool and City battling to a breathless 1-1 draw.
Steve Nicol wraps up all of Sunday's Premier League action, with United and Spurs getting much-needed wins and Liverpool and City battling to a breathless 1-1 draw.
Jose Mourinho explains why he wants to win the UEL over finishing fourth in the league, and Marcus Rashford's team impact.

Manchester United's 3-1 victory against Middlesbrough on Sunday was their 600th Premier League win.

Goals from Marouane Fellaini -- his first in the league this season -- and Jesse Lingard either side of half-time put United in the driving seat until substitute Rudy Gestede pulled one back for Boro to spark a late flurry.

However, Victor Valdes' late slip handed Antonio Valencia the simplest of chances to make it 3-1 and ease Mourinho's men into fifth place in the table.

The win saw 13-time Premier League champions United climb to fifth and close the gap on the top four, but saw 19th-placed Boro lose their 1000th top flight game.

United have 83 more victories than the next most successful Premier League side.

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