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Manchester United shocked Liverpool: - I can't believe it

Manchester United shocked Liverpool: – I can’t believe it

Manchester United – Liverpool 2-1

It gives the new coach a lot, both in terms of support from players and fans, says TV 2 football expert Simen Stamsø-Møller.

United legend Gary Neville, who slaughtered the entire squad after the first two games, was amazed.

– This should be a sign of what’s to come. For what we saw tonight, we haven’t seen him in twelve months. He says I can’t believe what I just saw Sky Sports Analyst.

Jadon Sancho scored United’s first goals in a superb way. The 22-year-old told Sky Sports that winning means a lot.

– The previous match was painful and we knew we had to respond. Tonight we showed fans what we can do, based on the massive purchase last summer.

Principal Eric Ten Hag his students.

– We can talk about tactics, but it’s all about the settings. It’s about communication and fighting spirit and then you see what they can achieve,” the Dutchman told Sky Sports.

Triumph: Eric Ten Hag has won two of his two matches against Liverpool as United coach. There was also a victory over their archenemy at the start of the season. Pictured: Paul Ellis

Explain the wreck

He chose to refer Cristiano Ronaldo and captain Harry Maguire to the bench.

– We use the team. We will play between 50 and 60 matches. From one game to the next we will assess who we should use. I don’t need to mention Harry Maguire and Ronaldo – two brilliant players – who will play a role in the near future, according to Ten Hag.

The manager appears to have been successful in the selections. United opened brilliantly.

Trent Alexander-Arnold and the rest of Liverpool’s defense have had their fair share of struggle against United’s smart strikers.

After a quarter-play, Jadon Sancho left James Milner with a fine draw, before the 22-year-old sent the home team into the lead.

Furious: Liverpool's deputy captain, James Milner (right), had a sharp exchange with Virgil van Dijk after the late goal.  Photo: Phil Noble

Furious: Liverpool’s deputy captain, James Milner (right), had a sharp exchange with Virgil van Dijk after the late goal. Photo: Phil Noble

...while Jadon Sancho was cheering hard for the first goal of the season.  Pictured: Paul Ellis

…while Jadon Sancho was cheering hard for the first goal of the season. Pictured: Paul Ellis

The Red Devils opened the second half like the first with an early goal. Played Marcus Rashford, was barely on the right side of the VAR streak, and was cold when he got the chance to be alone with the goalkeeper.

Ten minutes before the end of the match, Mohamed Salah ignited hope for Liverpool.

In ecstasy: Marcus Rashford, who topped last season, chanted this way in front of the crowd.  Photo: Phil Noble

In ecstasy: Marcus Rashford, who topped last season, chanted this way in front of the crowd. Photo: Phil Noble

A bit critical

Winning means United have three points after three games. Liverpool are two weak points, and only have four teams behind them in the table.

Manchester City, who beat them for the title last season, are already five points ahead.

Liverpool played matches that they were supposed to win already, but did not win any. It’s possible to catch the points, but it’s hard to know where they will gain a lot of ground against City, who are looking very good. “It’s critical to Liverpool now, really,” says Stamsø Muller.

Once again, the entrance to the Liverpool match is terribly weak. Manchester United is screwed up like this. Then they continue to play well, even if Liverpool allow them to do well, he continues.

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