Manchester United will face off against an old adversary in Liverpool this weekend in an attempt to go back to winning ways after a disappointing run. In order to halt Van Djik, one of Manchester United's star players may cause him pain.
After three games without a win, the Red Devils are keen to get their first victory of the season this weekend. They were defeated 4-2 by Leicester City last weekend, breaking a streak of 29 games without a loss.
On Saturday, they'll travel to Anfield to take on the unbeaten Liverpool Reds. They are the only team in the Premier League without a loss thus far this year.
Their outstanding results can be attributed in part to their solid defense. Because he is one of the top defenders in the world, Van Djik's return has had a significant impact on their defense.
Marcus Rashford, a Manchester United star, has the potential to give Van Djik a headache this weekend. England's star forward made his long-anticipated comeback last weekend after a two-month absence due to shoulder surgery. As a substitute against Leicester City, he scored a game-winning goal.
Rashford kept up his impressive form in the Champions League, helping Manchester United to a thrilling 3-2 victory over Atalanta. Due to his quickness and nimble footwork, he's a nuisance for opposing defenses.
Rashford has been in excellent form recently, so he might cause Van Djik a headache this weekend.
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