David de Gea refuses to downplay importance of Liverpool clash

David de Gea refuses to downplay importance of Liverpool clash

David de Gea refuses to downplay importance of Liverpool clash

"It's a very different proposition under Solskjaer as it was Mourinho a few months ago, but they will now attack and I think that plays into Liverpool's hands".

Solskjaer also believes that Liverpool may be feeling the pressure of being in the title race this late in the season, but also sent a reminder that his own club has not tasted Premier League success for a while now.

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"I actually came over [from Norway] and I was in the studio with Gary [Neville] and Jamie Carragher a few years back when David [De Gea] was unbelievable in goal".

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The former defender said on LFC TV while previewing the game: "At this stage of the season, late February, March and April onwards, you don't particularly play well in games".

"This season is much more hard for me than last season, but I think there is misunderstanding for the people because they always judge you in one way [goals scored]".

Solskjaer said it was too early for mind games with Liverpool counterpart Jurgen Klopp on Friday, but could not resist taking a cheeky dig at Sunday's opponents. "We just have to concentrate on ourselves".

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