NBC Sports’ presentation of first-place Arsenal’s 3-2 victory over Manchester United on Sunday was the most-watched English Premier League match in United States history, with 1.92 million viewers across NBC, Peacock and NBC Sports Digital platforms.

Led by Peacock, NBC Sports set a record for a simulstreamed EPL match, with an Average Minute Audience (AMA) of 510,000 viewers for Arsenal-Manchester United.

In addition, 382,000 viewers watched the Spanish-language broadcast of the match on Telemundo – marking the most-watched Spanish-language Premier League match since last April (Manchester City-Liverpool, 440,000).

Arsenal-Manchester United, won on Eddie Nketiah’s 90th-minute goal, culminated the Premier League Mornings Live Fan Fest, which was held Saturday and Sunday at Universal CityWalk, Universal Orlando Resort’s entertainment complex, in Orlando, Fla. The Orlando fan festival was the eighth supporter event to be presented by NBC Sports and the Premier League, and the second this season, following the Philadelphia fan fest in October.

Across the four television match windows last weekend, NBC Sports averaged a Total Audience Delivery of 947,000 viewers – marking the largest average audience for a Premier League Mornings Live Fan Fest.