There was a moment of drama and entertainment when Manchester United kids destroyed Liverpool's big man, Virgil Van Dijk.
The younger players combined and pulled out an electrifying counter-attack that left Virgil Van Dijk wobbling his knees as he tried to find balance.
Before he would collect his stability back and face the younger players again, they had already put the ball at the back of the net to make it 4 goals without a reply.
Manchester United's new coach Ten Hag has started the reign in a good way after he managed to silence Liverpool with 4 nice goals.
Ten Hag started the friendly match with a strong side as Liverpool featured mainly players from its team B. United scored 2 goals before Jurgen Klopp made 10 changes and introduced another team of younger players after just 30 minutes.
The changes saw United score another goal thus a lead of 3 goals to nil as they headed to the first half.
Ten Hag made 11 changes and introduced a team that comprised of majorly younger players to start the second half
Klopp replied to Ten Hag's changes by bringing in his first-team players after 60 minutes, which comprised Van Dijk, Mo Salah, Alcantara, and Nunez among others, only for United's younger stars to score their fourth goal.
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