Manchester United ‘excited and hungry’ for summit with Liverpool | Manchester United

Ole Gunner Soulscar told her Manchester United Players are “ready, excited and hungry” ahead of Sunday’s Premier League summit in Liverpool.

To be continued They won 1-0 in Burnley on Tuesday night, United travels three points ahead of the Jர்கrgen Klopp side, above the Anfield desk. “We’re getting better and better,” Solskar said. “We are in a good position. But no one will remember the league schedule for January 12th; Sunday is a test of character and quality. We look forward to it; This will be the best test of the fact that we have long been against the deserving champions and the best team for a mile in this country. We are ready, excited, hungry. ”

Paul Pogba’s deflected Wally VAR won on a night off controversy, but it ended with United Top at this point in the season for the first time since Sir Alex Ferguson’s final year charge.

“We see Paul’s best this time around,” Solscar said, adding that Merced could have been without Anthony Marshall, after a late exit forward. “Milk Injuries and Govt [earlier in the season] So it is only natural that he should take time to return to full fitness. I have always said that Paul is a great player for us. She is a good character in the dressing room. ”

Bogba was very pleased. “We know we will be in first place when we play if we win Liverpool Sunday, ”said the winner of the competition. “It simply came to our notice then. Now is the big moment. Sunday will be a beautiful game for everyone. ”

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Although Burnley manager Sean Dyce described United as “a great side”, Soulskar acknowledged that his team’s ninth win in 11 games was not straightforward. “We should have scored higher, but we always do it the hard way,” the United manager who saw Harry Maguire did not allow a goal to be controversial. “Patience and peace are important.”

Soulskar acknowledged that it is very difficult to prevent footballers from celebrating goals in the midst of epidemics. “It’s an emotional game,” he said. “You have to understand the footballers and you have to understand the concern. This is difficult. Football reveals the best and worst of you. We all do our best to be subject to guidance. We all need to pursue football – safely. ”

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