For The First Time In History Manchester United Fans Will Be Behind Liverpool Tomorrow
By Malelah | self meida writer
Published 18 days ago - 134 views
Liverpool will be meeting Manchester City tomorrow for EnglishPremier League second leg tier, this will be a very interesting match to watch with both teams are known to be playing of the same formation and speed game. Many goals will be scored here.
However, in the history of football Manchester United fans and Liverpool fans are always against each other due to football rivalry but tomorrow things might be different. Manchester United fans are set to rally their support behind Liverpool tomorrow.
The reds will never walk alone, their fellow red devils fans will count on them to defeat their noisy neighbors so as to reduce the speed of Manchester City in the league right now. Manchester City are in position one on the table with a game in hand and Manchester United will not love it if that gap is widen by a win against Liverpool.
Anyway, who do you think will win on this match tomorrow?
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