Marcus Rashford insists Manchester United are not underdogs as they head to Anfield for Sunday’s top of the table clash against Liverpool. He has also described manager, Jose Mourinho as a winner.
“But he’s a winner, you know, so leading up to the game he’s just thinking about winning, how are we going to win, and what we are going to do to win the game, because the three points is what matters.”
United head to their bitter rivals sitting sixth in the Premier League, 16 points behind Liverpool after 16 games of the season.
Though the odds does not tip United to win, Rashford still believes United are focused only on themselves.
“We don’t go there as underdogs, I think we go there to win the game, like any game.
“But they are a good team, the intensity they play at makes the game difficult, but we have to match that and try to improve it. But I think it is important to focus on us, and see how we can hurt them, and score some goals,” he told Skysports
Unbeaten Liverpool face another tough test at Anfield against United, after two straight goalless draws with their rivals in the past two seasons in this fixture.