David Moyes still believes that Liverpool is Manchester United’s greatest rival, and I doubt many Supporters would disagree with him.
It’s the first date circled on the calendar, so to speak. Man Utd and Liverpool built their rivalry by often being right near each other at the top of the Premier League table for many years. United has sustained that success (until this year) while Liverpool hasn’t won the league since 1990.
However, they took care of business today.
Moyes says beating Liverpool would be “a big boost” and describes the fixture as “still the biggest game in the league” Do you agree?
— Manchester United (@OldTraffordReds) March 14, 2014
Liverpool won at Old Trafford for the first time in five years on Sunday. Two penalties from Steven Gerrard and a strike from Luis Suarez clinched a 3-0 win. In other words, David Moyes didn’t get a big boost, but instead another big setback. In what has been an extremely disappointing season. It was the biggest game of the year, and David Moyes came up flat. His side didn’t show up when it mattered most.
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