Manchester United will be locking horns with their old rivals Liverpool this weekend as they look forward to bounce back to their winning ways following their recent poor performance. One of Manchester United players has been on top form and might give Van Djik a headache to stop him.
This weekend, they'll be traveling to Anfield to face Liverpool who have not lost a single match this season. They are the only Premier League club who have not lost any match this season.
One of their main reason for their top performance is due to their strong defence. The return of Van Djik has played a major role to make their defence remain solid since he is one of the best defenders in the world.
This weekend one of Manchester United players who might give Van Djik a headache is Marcus Rashford. The England forward returned last weekend from a shoulder surgery after staying for two months out. He came from the bench in their clash with Leicester City and scored a stunning goals.
Rashford continued with his great performance in the Champions League where he helped his club make a dramatic comeback against Atalanta in their 3-2 win. His pace and great footwork has been know to cause problems to opponent's defenders.
This means that this weekend, Rashford might give Van Djik a headache to stop him since he has been on top form in the recent matches.
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