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Manchester United 2 — 3 Liverpool – Livescore 2-3



Catch all the action as Manchester United take on Liverpool in a thrilling FA Cup quarter-final clash.


This match is not just a battle between two football giants, but also a fierce rivalry that has captivated fans for years. With 12 FA Cup titles under their belt, United will be looking to add another victory to their record, but they will have to bring their A-game to overcome their old foes.


Even with the home advantage at Old Trafford, it won’t be an easy task. Liverpool, on the other hand, are on a remarkable run, aiming for a quadruple with the Carabao Cup already secured and a strong position in the Europa League and Premier League.


Jurgen Klopp is determined to leave a lasting legacy as manager. However, United’s recent record against Liverpool is not in their favor, with only two wins in the last 18 meetings and some heavy defeats. Erik ten Hag, United’s manager, will be hoping to replicate his earlier victory against Liverpool and turn the tide in their favor.


The pressure is mounting on him, and this match could be a turning point. Stay updated with all the action by following our dedicated match blog below.


Is this Erik ten Hag acknowledging for the first time that Manchester United is facing difficulties?


“I believe it is crucial for us to salvage the season. We are aware that we need to make up ground in the Premier League, but now we have an opportunity to secure a trophy.


“The FA Cup is our only chance, and we are just three victories away. However, these matches are significant, and we must perform at our best.


“This serves as a test for us, but we embrace challenges and have confidence in ourselves to a certain extent. Nevertheless, we must substantiate our belief.


“Certain games hold greater significance, and I consider Manchester United versus Liverpool to always be a momentous encounter. I eagerly anticipate it.”


Manchester United’s starting lineup for the match includes Onana, Wan-Bissaka, Lindelof, Varane, Dalot, Mainoo, McTominay, Fernandes, Garnacho, Rashford, and Hojlund. On the bench, they have Heaton, Kambwala, Maguire, Amrabat, Mount, Eriksen, Amad, Antony, and Forson.


On the other hand, Liverpool’s starting lineup consists of Kelleher, Gomez, Quansah, Van Dijk, Robertson, Endo, Szoboszlai, Mac Allister, Salah, Diaz, and Nunez. Their substitutes are Adrian, Gakpo, Elliott, Tsimikas, Clark, McConnell, Gravenberch, Danns, and Bradley.

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