Manchester United 2-2 Liverpool: Collected from the Red Devils Premier League game

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Manchester United 2-2 Liverpool: Collected from the Red Devils Premier League game, the “Reds” missed the chance to rise to the top of the table, drawing with the “Red Devils”.

– Jurgen Klopp’s team dropped to second place in the table.

– Eric Ten Hag has never lost to Liverpool at Old Trafford.

Manchester United 2-2 Liverpool: Collected from the Red Devils Premier League game

Liverpool must be disappointed not to beat United this ทางเข้า ufabet season.

Liverpool has not defeated Manchester United in a single game this season in all competitions, divided into 2 draws, 1 loss.

Especially in the Premier League, ”The Reds” had a total of 62 shots (at Anfield 34, Old Trafford 28).

But only 2 goals were turned into goals and only 2 points out of 6 points.

This game is similar to the FA Cup game against the Red Devils last March.

One of the reasons they didn’t win this match when they should have won was because Jurgen Klopp’s team couldn’t close the game.

Simply put, they don’t kill their hosts.

If they miss out on the Premier League title this season, they might come back to thinking about the games with Manchester United, both home and away.

United will be disappointed but not upset.

In the first half, Erik Ten Hag’s team had 0 chances to pull the trigger, 0 times on target, while Liverpool had 15 shooting opportunities, 4 times on target, and got 1 goal.

United had 42% possession, Liverpool 58%.

The home team’s Xg (probability of scoring a goal) is 0.00, while the visiting team’s is 1.65.

I can’t see how they will come back because the game, the approach, the tactics, everything is secondary.

There were a few reasons why they were able to regain points.

1. It was the mistake of Jarrell Quansah, the “Reds” defender, who went to give good luck to Bruno Fernandes, causing United to return to the game and have immediate strength. Plus the atmosphere at Old Trafford is very stimulating.

2. Ten Hag’s team played with more heart than in the first half.

They are close to snatching all three points. But he made a mistake (again) towards the end of the game.

In their feelings, it would be a pity. But there’s nothing to regret. Because it must be admitted that Liverpool is truly superior to them in every form.

This is the Red Hot Battle, a battle that cannot be predicted. A battle where you don’t have to care about past form or performance.

Kambwala has shown impressive form.

Luke Shaw, Lisandro Martinez, Victor Lindelof, Jonny Evans and Raphael Varane are all injured, leaving Eric Ten Hag needs Willy Kambwala to start.

The 19-year-old defender is making his second Premier League start for Manchester United, but his first at Old Tafford.

He didn’t show any signs of panic. Plus it shows fierceness, determination and full of passion. He helped with many interceptions and tackles. It is considered a game that shows off really impressive form.

Statistics show that he made 3 clearances, 2 interceptions, 1 tackle, won 2 out of 3 ground duels and 100% of his aerial duels.

Interesting statistics

Mohamed Salah has scored more Premier League goals against Manchester United at Old Trafford than any other player in the history of the competition (6 goals).

As if that weren’t enough, Salah is also the first player to score against United at Old Trafford in 4 consecutive matches.

while Cobby Mainu, a rising midfielder Became the youngest Manchester United player to score against Liverpool in the Premier League (18 years and 354 days)

As for Eric Ten Hag, the Red Devils’ manager has never lost to Liverpool at Old Trafford