On Sunday evening, two of the Top Teams in the English Premier League, Manchester United and Liverpool, will battle each other. There is a strong rivalry between these clubs, and football lovers will be hoping to watch a thrilling game.
In the 8 matches that both clubs have played so far, they have been able to score 38 goals (combined), with Liverpool scoring the highest number of goals.
Liverpool star man and Egyptian Forward, Mohammed Salah is somebody most people will be looking out for in Sunday's encounter. He started the season very well, he has scored in nine consecutive games for Liverpool, and tomorrow, he may likely continue his impressive run.
One question that would probably be on most people mind is that if Manchester United have the right players that can stop Mohammed Salah from scoring, and the answer is Yes. There are two players whom I think have the capability to stop Salah in Sunday's encounter.
Firstly, Harry Maguire. The United captain has what it takes to stop Salah in Sunday's game. Against Leicester last week, Man United conceded fours goals, and some of the goals were as a result of poor defending on the part of Maguire and his teammates. Maguire didn't perform very well in that match because he was just returning from injury, and the coach decided to risk him. But now, he is physically fit and will do everything possible to stop Salah.
The second person that may probably stop Salah is Wan-Bisaka. Wan- Bisaka has over time proven that it's very difficult for players to get through hm. Bisaka is very good in tackles, has the speed that can match up to that of Salah and can frustrate him in Sunday's encounter.
If these two players happen to be in Man United starting eleven against Liverpool, then I don't see Salah scoring. Or what do you think
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