Barcelona longsleeve jersey It gives Manchester United a five-point gap on Liverpool
27 March, 2015 at 7:08 am in Computer
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Liverpool v Manchester United is our game's greatest rivalry and a fixture with the richest of history. The latest chapter on Sunday, particularly the second half, has to be near the top of the all-time list when it comes to drama.
Barcelona youth messi jersey Man Utd dominated the first half. Liverpool weren't at the races in that opening 45 minutes. On came Steven Gerrard and you can imagine the atmosphere inside the ground and the Sky Sports studio alongside Jamie Carragher, who himself had played 33 times against United, when Gerrard thundered into his first challenge.
Barcelona messi jersey The place went mad. But then came his moment of madness. From there the drama flowed and we saw one of the best goals scored in my time presenting Super Sunday. Absolutely brilliant from Juan Mata.
It all meant a massive three points for Manchester United in the race for the top four. Sky Bet shortened them to 2/7 to successfully negotiate the 'rat race'. Liverpool are out to 3/1 with a daunting trip to Arsenal (1/10) next. Tottenham (9/1) and Southampton (10/1) did well to win last weekend but the pace has been relentless and both are up against it now.
Barcelona longsleeve jersey It gives Manchester United a five-point gap on Liverpool and the rest of the chasing pack and crucial momentum with only eight games to go. It also feels like a real turning point for Louis van Gaal. The doubters were quietened after the win against Tottenham. They were silenced on Sunday.
Barcelona kid soccer jersey Now the international weekend gives everyone one final breather before the big push for the finishing line. Chelsea are 1/12 to win the title and it looks a matter of when they will clinch it rather than if.
In the relegation battle it's looking bleak for QPR (1/8) and Leicester (1/6), though Sunderland proved last season that miracles are possible. The other spot looks very hard to call with Burnley refusing to lie down at 8/11, Sunderland in deep trouble again at 6/4 and Hull with a horrible set of fixtures at 3/1. Aston Villa aren't out of the woods yet either at 9/2.