Liverpool striker Roberto Firminho has urged his teammates to show Manchester United ‘who they truly’ are when they meet at Anfield on Sunday.
United is one of the most on-form teams in the league where they are currently placed top but according to Firminho who described United as their main rivals in the title challenge, they have to remind their arch-rivals that they are the Champions of England.
"It's clear that Manchester United are having a great campaign, perhaps their best for many years. But nothing surprises me because it is a great club and this is always a special game.
"Right now, you have to say they are our main rival in the title race and that is why we have to beat them and remind them we are champions.
"These are the games that any professional wants to play in and the ones you want to win. It would hurt our fans a lot if we lost, I know that is true, but I promise you that nothing other than winning enters our heads," the Brazilian said.
Sunday game is an important game for both sides in the title race with United three points ahead of Liverpool; a win for the visitors expected to have a huge say in the title race this season.