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Special reasons why Manchester United was really humiliated by arch-rivals Liverpool

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The Reds claimed a mouthwatering victory on (Super) Sunday against Manchester United as the two top teams clashed in the weekend’s star match of the Premier League.

Going into the game, the Red Devils were in fine form since winning the likes of West Ham United (FA Cup last week), Newcastle United (Carabao Cup final) and notably Barcelona in the Europa League.

But it could be that something really happened as they lost woefully to Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool side. Here are some of the likely reasons for Manchester United’s defeat against Liverpool.

Manchester United Was Wasteful

The Red Devils may not be as bad as the scoreline made it look, but on a general note, they should have done better on a day of this magnitude.

The fact that the attacking unit of Manchester United brimming with quality personnel could not get a goal in this one, is certainly a poor one to note.

While Bruno Fernandes, Antony Da Silva and Marcus Rashford failed to get past Alisson Becker (Liverpool’s goalkeeper) in goal.

Jurgen Klopp’s coaching master class

The Reds boss has proven relatively how great he can be on the touchline motivating his player and dishing out tactical instructions.

And it was obvious that he had an exceptional game plan while his aptness to read the game was second to none as usual.

We appreciate the good works that Manchester United boss Erik ten Hag is doing at the club as we’ve seen on the pitch, not minding the way he handled the case of talismanic forward Cristiano Ronaldo.

But we can arguably say that the Dutch manager met a great tactician in Jurgen Klopp.

Who has masterminded another coaching genius that has steered his side to an amazing victory against the Red Devils?

Measure Of Complacency

The Reds ran riot at the expense of Erik ten Hag and his Manchester United side, especially with legendary figures and top personnel watching.

But we could trace Manchester United’s defeat and a huge one for that matter to the (low-key) extent of respect the Red Devils paid to the host Liverpool in the contest.

The visitors may have underrated Liverpool, to say the least since they are above the Reds in the Premier League standing.

But they forget the true saying that a wounded lion is still a lion.

As Liverpool rose up to the occasion to deliver a blow United couldn’t imagine the Reds were capable of following the poor run of form Liverpool has had in the Premier League this season. 

This article was updated 3 months ago



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