Shame on United’s record, Salah makes history Manchester United players may want to forget last night spent at Anfield. Because Jurgen Klopp’s disciples left the Red Devils at home. Not once or twice, but in the entire match, Liverpool had a total of seven times in United’s net.
Throughout the match, Liverpool played with United’s defense. However, United were a bit on the offensive early on. But after Cody Gakpo’s goal in the 43rd minute, the scenario changed. Liverpool began to look for a goal after being angry. And that’s what Eric Ten Haag’s team is confused about.
With a 1-0 goal lead, Liverpool increased the gap with Darwin Nunez’s goal two minutes into the second half. Gakpo scored his second goal within three minutes of this goal. The next goal came from the foot of Salah, in the 66th minute. Salah struck once more when the Red Devils were on the back foot after conceding three goals in just 21 minutes.
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Liverpool strikers certainly do not have much illusion. Even after that, they kept such a troubled team on the attack. And United is busy defending after losing the goal. After that, Salah completed the second goal and the sixth goal of the team by writing his name on the scoresheet in the 83rd minute. Roberto Firmino hit the last nail in the 88th minute. Ten Haag’s team left the field with the shame of a big loss.
Man United has written its name in the record book in this big defeat. This is the Red Devils’ heaviest defeat against the All Reds. The previous biggest defeat was 7-1 in October 1895.
This is the biggest defeat in United’s football history. However, the Red Devils have lost three more times in the same span. But more than 90 years have passed since all those matches.
Manchester United last lost 7-0 in 1931. Their opponents in the service were Wolves. In 1930, the Old Trafford team lost to Aston Villa by the same margin. The Manchester team were first embarrassed by Blackburn in 1926.
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However, United once again conceded 7 goals. However, the Red Devils scored 1 goal in that match against Newcastle in 1927.
It is also the biggest loss in the coaching career of coach Eric Ten Haag. After coaching 481 matches, this Dutch coach has never seen such a big loss.
Man U’s woes at Anfield, however, have been a regular occurrence in recent times. Liverpool have scored the last 15 goals in the fight between the two teams in this field.
Meanwhile, Liverpool’s Egyptian forward Mohamed Salah has written his name in the record book. He became Liverpool’s top scorer in the Premier League with a brace against United. Farah scored 129 goals in 205 matches. He recorded one more. Salah became the first player to score in 6 consecutive matches against Manchester United in all competitions.