Liverpool goalkeeper Loris Karius insists his side are not afraid of Manchester United ahead of clash
Liverpool goalkeeper Loris Karius accepts that Manchester United are a good side, but expects his team to take all three points from the Red Devils on Monday night.
Man United travel to Anfield in the Premier League hoping to end a four-game winning streak for the Reds in the top flight, but Karius does not think Jose Mourinho’s men will be able to stop them collecting another victory.
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