Monday, 20th September 2010

Sir Alex Ferguson poured cold water on suggestions that Liverpool threatened to take something from their meeting with Manchester United yesterday. Despite leading 2-0, United saw themselves pegged back to 2-2, but Ferguson said he did not ever doubt victory would come.

"Liverpool didn’t offer anything really, did they?" said Ferguson, going on to say the Anfield side were just dependent on set-pieces.

"They depended on two decisions from the referee and linesmen to get them back in the game – a penalty kick and a free kick."

The Man Utd boss also stated that he felt his side were so dominant that the margin of victory could have been much, much, higher than the single goal it eventually was.

"At 2-0 I thought we might get a cricket score", blasted Ferguson, "We were so dominant, I couldn’t see us losing."



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