Andreas Pereira will look for a season-changing victory against his table-topping rival Liverpool by using the hurt of Manchester United‘s wretched start as a catalyst.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side have just two points off the Premier League relegation zone after the shock loss at embattled Newcastle and a lot of soul-searching need to be done over the international break.
Liverpool will aim for a 18th successive record-equalling top-flight victory. On Sunday Jurgen Klopp’s men are looking to compound United’s worst start in 30 years. Pereira believes that it is the “perfect” match and when the old foes do battle all eyes will be on Old Trafford.
The 23-year-old midfielder said that they know the fans, the players and everyone at the club, here at the training ground were hurting. He is a Manchester United player and a fan and he was here at the Aon Training Complex every day. Everybody was doing their best to get it turned around and he was sure it would happen. Everyone was working harder and harder, and, finally, things got back to good ways when everyone was working hard. It was a perfect game against Liverpool, a perfect derby, and they had to build up for it.
It would be one of the biggest games, not only in England but in the world and one of the biggest derbies like Barcelona versus Real Madrid. Everyone would be watching and it was most important for MU team and for the fans. He always watched these games at home with his family. He was always supporting United and very curious about the result. He thinks it means a lot to them. They absolutely want to win this game which is the derby and one of the most important games of the year.
Pereira plays for Brazil national team but he was born in Belgium and. The midfielder which was reared in the United academy know how important defeating Liverpool is for everyone related to the club.