Lisandro Martinez had an absolutely terrible experience at Anfield as Mo Salah and co. made life hell for their old rivals
To be fair to Manchester United’s summer purchase, he was far from the only member of the visitors who failed to put up a remotely presentable effort in the second half at L4.
The 25-year-old Argentina, on the other hand, will have to live with the vision of Mo Salah turning him inside out on the right flank – a moment when the former’s tremendous regret can be seen on his features.
As they say, captured in 4k! In a contest that provided very little respite for Erik ten Hag’s men.
‘You’d be surprised,’ says Paul Merson, who forecasts Liverpool vs. Manchester United.
On SportsKeeda, Paul Merson predicts that Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool will lose to Erik ten Hag’s Manchester United at Anfield in the Premier League on Sunday
The former Arsenal player and Sky Sports pundit believes Manchester United will win 2-1 against Liverpool to take all three points.
Liverpool currently sits sixth in the Premier League rankings, with 39 points from 24 games.
Meanwhile, United is presently third in the table with 49 points from 24 games.
LIVERPOOL VS. MANCHESTER UNITED, SAYS PAUL MERSON
“This is how quickly football changes,” Merson wrote. Manchester United would be stunned if they lost here.
“How many times in the last few years have we been able to say that about this game? Manchester United, with their current form, will take the game to Liverpool.
“They are excellent on the counter and their players tend to make the proper selections whenever they break.
MAKE YOUR DRAWINGS MORE LIKELY
The Premier League encounter between Liverpool and Manchester United at Anfield on Sunday, in our opinion, will conclude in a tie.
United are in better shape and performing better than the Reds right now.
Erik ten Hag’s team is currently very good defensively, and they have a guy in forward Marcus Rashford who is scoring goals for fun.
Liverpool, on the other hand, has begun to find form, maintaining clean sheets and winning games.
And the game will take place at Anfield.
We don’t think Liverpool will lose to Manchester United in front of their own fans.
Yet, we do not believe the Reds are good enough to defeat United at this time.