Manchester United put on a poor performance against Liverpool last night, after a 2-4 defeat. Thanks to the goals from Diogo Jota, Mohammed Salah and the double from Brazilian forward Roberto Firmino.
I will be showing you the reason why Manchester United lost that game last night.
1. Manchester United has so far lost their last two games at Old Trafford since Harry Maguire was ruled out against Aston Villa.
The Manchester United defense was not good enough against Liverpool due to the absence of English man Harry Maguire.
In my own opinion, he's is the main reason why Manchester United lost their last two games at Old Trafford. The 28-year-old has been at his best for the club this season, but he might not play again this season.
Manchester United fans are missing the English defender and some of the fans are talking about his absence after the last night defeat.
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