Liverpool left no stone unturned as they totally outclassed Erik Ten Hag’s Manchester United with a fantastic seven star performance at Anfield.
United had been enjoying an impressive run under the Dutchman and even got their first trophy in almost seven years with last week’s Carabao Cup victory.
Anyway, goals from Mo Salah, who is now Liverpool’s record Premier League goal scorer, Gakpo, Nunez and Firmino, put a harsh and unforgettable dent in United’s progress.
This is the biggest win in the history of the rivalry between both clubs, overtaking
Liverpool’s 7-1 victory in the 1895-96 Second Division.
United remain in third place with 49 points, while Liverpool are fifth, three points behind fourth placed, Tottenham, with a game in hand.