(Daniel Sturridge 52, Luis Suarez 90+7)
(Oscar 26, Eden Hazard 57-pen)
IF I was in the same room with Jamie Carragher when he declared Steven Gerrard the greatest Liverpool player of all time, I would’ve walked over to him and said: “Yeah, I agree with that statement.”
Our analyst BARRY WHITBREAD tells GREGORY LOO it will take years for Reds to revive glory days
LIVERPOOL are in a sad state.
MAN UNITED 2
(Robin van Persie 19, Nemanja Vidic 55)
(Daniel Sturridge 57)
Whether this is still the biggest Premiership game or not, the romance of the Manchester United-Liverpool rivalry lives on.
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The New Paper columnist Paul Parker believes Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea could be the 19-time champions' banana skin when they meet Liverpool at Old Trafford tonight.
When Robin van Persie and Luis Suarez spearhead their teams at the Theatre of Dreams on Sunday, it will be a true clash of the English Premier League’s two most outstanding footballers of the past year.
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers is doing a good job managing Luis Suarez, who is slowly adapting to the English football environment.
When Mario Balotelli joined Manchester City, the Italian convinced the crowd that he was the real deal.
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The arrival hall at Changi Airport Terminal 1 had a red glow yesterday afternoon as the youth teams of Manchester United and Liverpool arrived for the NexLions Cup.
It is no secret that Liverpool need a new striker.
With the January transfer window looming, Brendan Rodgers will get the chance to bolster his frontline that has been so reliant on Luis Suarez.
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