Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has stoked the fire ahead of the Premier League trip to arch-rivals Liverpool in one of the games of the season.
Solskjaer ignited the fury of Liverpool fans after he said that Manchester United won’t go without a league title for three decades like what’s obtainable with the Reds at the moment.
The Manchester United manager ripped into Liverpool during his pre-match press conference on Friday ahead of the league meeting between the two traditional English teams this weekend.
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Liverpool have not won the league title for 30 years with the last one coming during the 1989/90 season.
The Premier League era began during the 1992/93 season and Liverpool are yet to lay their hands on the trophy since then.
Liverpool have a perfect opportunity to end that long title drought as they have a 14-point advantage at the top of that league table and they have played a game more than their closest rivals Manchester City who are the reigning champions.
Manchester United are the only team to take points off arch-rivals Liverpool in the Premier League this season and they can put spanner in the works of their title challenge when they visit Anfield on Sunday.