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Sir Alex Ferguson's son highlights huge Manchester United failing after FIFA rule change

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Darren Ferguson revived 'Fergie Time' last season after FIFA altered its added time rules - but Manchester United did not take advantage of the changes.

Ferguson's Peterborough United scored the most added-time goals across the top-four tiers of English football last season. That record represents a remarkable turnaround from the previous campaign when the team only scored once after the 90th minute.

The 1500% increase in added-time goals is by far the biggest in England and across Europe, according to StatsChecker. Their data also shows that United scored the same amount of late goals (six) as last season after the changes.

Only Crystal Palace (five) and Everton (four) managed fewer added-time goals than Erik ten Hag's side. READ MORE: Manchester United goalkeeper handed surprise international call-up for Euro 2024 READ MORE: Manchester United told to make Jonny Evans contract decision ahead of Jarrad Branthwaite transfer Comparatively, Arsenal and Liverpool scored more than double (both 15) what United managed, with the Merseyside club increasing their total by 200%.

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