Today marks yet another highly-touted rivalry clash between Manchester United and Liverpool F.C. Before this match, held at the Red Devils’ home ground, Liverpool have won 74 of the 186 meetings and Manchester United, having their share of 62 wins with 51 draws between them. Liverpool look to build on that lead as they have Luis Suarez back on form. The Uruguayan having banged in 19 goals in all competition already this 2012/13 season.

However, it turned out to be a lackluster first-half for Liverpool as United relentlessly forged chance after chance. It wasn’t long before the first goal came, and it came in the from none other than, Robin van Persie. A swift United play saw former England under-21 midfielder, Tom Cleverley, pick out Patrice Evra on the left, who whipped in a low cross to van Persie. The Dutchman, the instinctively guided the ball past Pepe Reina to…

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