‘Liverpool six years ahead of us’, says Man United interim boss Rangnick 

Ralph Rangnick admitted that Manchester United are far behind Liverpool after their 4-0 win at Anfield on Tuesday night.

Liverpool dominated United on Tuesday with a comfortable 4-0 win to complete a double over the Red Devils. Rangnick admitted that his team showed that it was six years behind its arch-rival, Liverpool, after its performance.

“I don’t think a different formation at the start would have changed anything. The first goal we conceded, it wasn’t part of the match plan to be that high and accept a counter-attack five minutes later. That changed the game,” he said after the match.

“The first half, we weren’t good enough. We didn’t win any first ball or second balls. We were the second best player in all related areas. In the second half we changed central defense with Jadon Sancho. For the first 25 minutes we were better and the pressure on the ball was in Sometimes, we had two or three minutes but the third goal wiped out the match.

“For the third goal, it came from a ball we shouldn’t be playing. Urgent call – 12 yards from Anthony Ilanga, a player behind their line of defence. She invites them for those moments and six seconds later the ball is in our net.”

“It’s embarrassing, it’s disappointing, maybe even humiliating. We have to accept that they are six years ahead of us now. When Jurgen Klopp came in, they changed the club and took not only the team but the club and the city to a new level. That’s what has to happen with us in the transfer window. next “.

United are back in action this weekend against Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium.