As Manchester United and Liverpool prepare to renew their rivalry on Super Sunday, we have a trip down memory lane to revisit some of those iconic games of the classic Premier League fixture…
This game really needs fire, must have thunder. There has to be incident, although there may be draws. You cant let those games ramble. Because of what was at stake, losing could not be contemplated, this match felt somewhat different. Jealousy drove you.
There is always something occurring, always a controversy, always great objectives. It ended up being a game you would you never become excited about or look forward to because there was too much at stake.
That is right up with all the biggest games of the year. You had great players on either side that could do things that were special regardless of how well you defended like this in games, you knew the match could be turned by a slice of brilliance.
In case you could find a success, whether it was in the home or in Old Trafford, you knew it was a massive game to win. You always need to be the best, and when you are so near each other youve got that rivalry and I dont think that it will actually change. We all say before the match that its just 3 points, but all of us know its not, there is more competition than this.
Eric Cantona showed as he returned by your suspension against Liverpool Manchester United precisely what they were missing. The Frenchman setup Nicky Butt for the starting goal two minutes into his return and, after Robbie Fowler turned the match on its head with goals either side of half-time, Cantona established Uniteds saviour again, coolly converting a punishment before leaping up on the stanchion in one of the iconic celebrations of their Premier League era.
Because them humiliated on home soil to breathe life into their Premier League title aspirations manchester United have been given their rudest of awakenings. A Cristiano Ronaldo penalty looked to have set United on their own way, however Fernando Torres tormented before Steven Gerrard put them from the penalty spot in front on the stroke of half-time Nemanja Vidic to get Liverpool amount. And things went from bad to worse for its champions as a sumptuous Fabio Aurelio free-kick after Vidic was dismissed, and a famous Liverpool victory was secured by an adventuresome Andrea Dossena lob.
A finish from Dimitar Berbatov along with A first-half header put Manchester United in Old Trafford into a deserved lead within one hour, however Liverpool was transferred by 2 Steven Gerrard strikes in the space of half an hour to within touching distance of an unlikely stage. That was until Berbatov had the final word, going in a winner as he became the first United participant to score a hat-trick from Liverpool.
Arguably the lowest moment of David Moyes ill-fated tenure at Old Trafford, Steven Gerrard scored two penalties and missed a third later Nemanja Vidics second-half dismissal, but Luis Suarez confirmed the most comprehensive of successes late as Liverpool put their sights on the title.
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