Klopp’s record against United tipped as boost for Ten Hag ahead of clash

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp prepares for his final clash at Old Trafford, but his poor record against Manchester United has been flagged a red card.

Despite the 56-year-old illustrious career at Liverpool, his visits to Old Trafford have been marred by epic defeats, thrilling victories, and chaotic scenes.

A dive into Klopp’s encounters with Erik ten Hag’s side show the possibility of him losing the Sunday game.

In their recent FA Cup quarter-final clash, the Red Devils stunned Liverpool with a dramatic 4-3 win.

Klopp's record against United tipped as boost for Ten Hag ahead of clash
Klopp set to play his last game as Liverpool manager at Old Trafford – Getty image

While Liverpool have often been portrayed as dominating United during Klopp’s reign, the reality paints a different picture.

In Klopp’s eight seasons at Liverpool, United have finished above them four times.

Although United are coming in as the underdogs in the highly anticipated encounter, their recent 4-3 defeat to Chelsea on Thursday makes them the wildcard in the Premier League game.

Klopp’s farewell tour could face another setback if United manage to exploit their unpredictability and inflict further wounds on Liverpool’s title hopes.

While Liverpool aim to equal United’s record of 20 English titles, they must rewrite recent history and pick a win in the game to keep their heads up.

Klopp’s departure from Old Trafford may be accompanied by jubilation or disappointment, depending on the outcome of the Sunday’s crucial encounter.

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