From the 4-0 battering at the hands of Brentford to the 3-1 triumph over current table-toppers Arsenal, Manchester United's supporters have experienced just about every emotion possible already this season.
The Reds, who will resume their Premier League campaign with a trip across town to face rivals Manchester City after the international break, have won five and lost three of their first eight competitive fixtures of the Erik ten Hag era.
After losing their opening two league games, being well beaten by Brighton & Hove Albion and embarrassed by Brentford, United have won five of their last six in all competitions.
They will resume their schedule at City by going in search of a fifth straight league win. The Reds picked up their fourth and most impressive league win of the season so far prior to the current break, beating an impressive Arsenal side at Old Trafford. READ MORE: Why United have paid out £33.6m in dividends to shareholders Considering United were being criticised from just about every corner of the globe after the defeat at Brentford, both Ten Hag and the players deserve huge amounts of credit for how quickly they have turned their fortunes around.Read more on manchestereveningnews.co.uk