Manchester United coach, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has said he expects Harry Maguire to cope with Liverpool’s attack in today’s EPL clash.
Liverpool go into the match top of the table with eight wins from eight, and are behind only Manchester City in goals scored.
Shaping up to be a very busy afternoon for Harry and co with Sadio Mane, Roberto Firmino and Mohamed Salah set to storm Old Trafford, Ole believes Maguire can step up to the test.
His words, “He’s already shown how good he is,”
“He shows us every single day but of course in big games you get more pressure at Man United, and at Liverpool.
“In the big clubs and in the big games, it’s the ones who can step up. That shows the character of you and I don’t doubt for one second Harry is going to play a good game against them.
“You don’t buy a player for one type of game,”
“We signed Harry because we can see a leader who can be here for many years.
“But if we can get a great performance from Harry to build on, that’s going to be the catalyst to start from.
“If he can head the ball between the posts when he’s three yards out that would be a good start!”