Liverpool misery for Fergie! Manchester United's recent jinx at Anfield

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LIVERPOOL 2 MAN UTD 1 (September 13, 2008. Premier League)

Ryan Babel's strike earned Rafa Benitez a first League win over United. Carlos Tevez struck early to put the away side ahead but Liverpool levelled through a Wes Brown own goal and Nemanja Vidic saw red.

Delight: Liverpool celebrate Ryan Babel's winner in 2008

Delight: Liverpool celebrate Ryan Babel's winner in 2008

LIVERPOOL 2 MAN UTD 0 (October 25, 2009. Premier League)

In an explosive match, both Javier Mascherano and Vidic were sent off, while a rocket from Fernando Torres opened the scoring and substitute David Ngog won the game for Liverpool.

LIVERPOOL 3 MAN UTD 1 (March 6, 2011. Premier League)

Dirk Kuyt struck the first hat-trick for Liverpool against United since Peter Beardsley in 1990 - and had Luis Suarez to thank for providing three assists. Javier Hernandez hit an injury-time consolation.

Deadly: Dirk Kuyt celebrates his third goal against United

Deadly: Dirk Kuyt celebrates his third goal against United

LIVERPOOL 1 MAN UTD 1 (October 15, 2011. Premier League)

With Wayne Rooney dropped to the bench, another late goal altered the outcome - but this time in United's favour. Steven Gerrard put Liverpool in front with a 68th-minute free-kick but Hernandez's close-range header secured a point.

LIVERPOOL 2 MAN UTD 1 (January 28, 2012. FA Cup)

This fourth-round tie looked set for a replay after first-half goals from Daniel Agger and Park Ji-sung. But with two minutes left, Kuyt latched on to Andy Carroll's flick-on to hit the winner in front of a jubilant Kop.

 


 

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I hope they both lose

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Stats go out the window when these two sides collide but I know for a fact the atmosphere at Anfield will be rocking #JFT96

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Stats go out the window these two sides collide but I must say Anfield will be in full voice #JFT96

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Man U 8 Lpool 0

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An article actually about football? Isn't this a little too 1990s?

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