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MANCHESTER UNITED were 3-2 winners over Liverpool as a Bruno Fernandes free kick set up a home tie with West Ham.

But victory came as a price as Marcus Rashford was forced off injured.


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    The senior men’s team wasn’t the only Manchester United side to claim a win today.

    Leah Galton and Ella Toone struck in the second-half to earn the women’s side a 2-0 win at home against Birmingham.

    The victory sent United to the top of the WSL, three points clear of Chelsea, who have two games in hand.


    Mason Greenwood kept his cool to slot home despite Liverpool's Andy Robertson SCREAMING in his ear to try and put him off.

    Greenwood, 19, was played in by a stunning diagonal ball from team-mate Marcus Rashford during United's 3-2 FA Cup win at Old Trafford.

    After trapping the ball on his chest, Greenwood had to contend with an off-putting loud shout from retreating Scotland captain Robertson.

    With fans still barred amid the coronavirus pandemic, the former Hull man's unique tactics were clearly audible to viewers at home.


    That was Manchester United’s eighth FA Cup home win in a row - although the first on that run in which they have conceded a goal.

    Many are looking at the Red Devils impressive away record.

    But they have excelled at Old Trafford against Liverpool in recent years, now going eight games unbeaten in these derbies.

    That is four wins and four draws since a 3-0 loss in March 2014.


    Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has concerned Marcus Rashford suffered a knee injury in the win over Liverpool.

    The striker scored in the 3-2 victory and was seen limping at the final whistle.

    Solskjaer has since confirmed to BBC that Rashford’s knee was ‘bothering’ the player.

    He will have a scan tomorrow.


    Donny van de Beek was handed a chance to impress in the starting line-up tonight.

    Read Martin Blackburn's analysis of how the Dutchman got on here.


    There was no Jesse Lingard’s in today’s Manchester United squad and the midfielder could soon leave the club.

    According to ESPN, the decision to loan out Lingard is with the United board.

    Solskjaer was said to be happy to keep the player but, after talks between the pair, a departure looks likely.

    Newcastle, Tottenham, Sheffield United, West Ham and West Brom are named as keen on Lingard.


    We said how Ole Gunnar Solskjaer sounded confident before the game... Well there's no shame in the Norwegian being delighted to beat Liverpool this evening.

    He told BBC: "Brilliant - you know when you go a goal, down the reaction of everyone was really good.

    "We played some really good stuff, good goals, we have to defend well against them and we managed to react well and of course towards the end there were some moments but we kept them away.

    "Great goal, good free kick. When you leave him out like I did today, he stayed about 45 minutes after training yesterday shooting free kicks so I was pretty confident he could score one if he got the chance.

    "He's never happy with me when I tell him to go inside after training when he's playing the next day so he got some practice yesterday.

    "Marcus [Rashford] has played up front, down the right and left and we felt if we could switch the ball early today we could attack them because Liverpool defend on the front foot so we have to be quick on the ball, we did that well."


    Plenty of praise for Marcus Rashford and Luke Shaw in our player ratings.

    Check out how Josh Graham evaluated each Red Devil here.


    Today was the TENTH time Manchester United have eliminated Liverpool from the FA Cup, including finals.

    That is more defeats the Reds have suffered than against any other opponent.


    It's a HUGE win for Manchester United with Bruno Fernandes' strike earning a 3-2 victory over Liverpool.

    The Red Devils fell behind to a Mohamed Salah strike and the Egyptian levelled up after goals from Mason Greenwood and Marcus Rashford.

    But Fernandes' late free-kick beat Alisson to secure yet another great result for United.

  • WHAM


    Manchester United lead Liverpool and it's that man Bruno Fernandes again.

    A free-kick in the D, utterly launched across Alisson and into the far corner.

    It's 3-2 to the Red Devils after 78 minutes.


    We'll be keeping you up to date with the major action at Old Trafford - plus the latest transfer goings-on.

    For a blow by blow feed of the game, open up our live blog here.


    Listen to a confident Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as he explains his five changes for tonight's game.


    There is no Alex Telles today - despite the left-back talking up his hopes of starting ahead of the game.

    Luke Shaw continues in the line-up and new signing Telles credited his fellow full-back with a great run of form.

    He had told the club media: “I'm very prepared to play. I'm also very happy with the performances of Luke and his hard work.

    “I came here to play. And both me and Luke really develop together, both in training and games. I've played and have put in some good performances as well.

    “United benefit from this as well, United the club, because we win by having good players available. And if needed I'm here, ready, focused and prepared to play.

    “And once again I repeat that I'm really happy for Luke Shaw, his great performances and contributions.”


    Sadio Mane has been benched by the visitors at Old Trafford.

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