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Manchester United vs Liverpool - Premier League Gameweek 34
Minggu, 14 Mei 2021
Kick Off : 02.15 WIB
Venue : Old Trafford, Manchester
Wasit : Michael Oliver
Live : Mola TV


League standings and form guide
2. Manchester United: WWWWD
6. Liverpool: WWWDD

Team News
Manchester United: Anthony Martial and Phil Jones ruled out.
Liverpool: Joel Matip, Caoimhin Kelleher, Virgil van Dijk, Joe Gomez and Jordan Henderson ruled out. Nathaniel Phillips and Curtis Jones doubtful.

Head to Head pertemuan kedua tim :
Manchester United menang : 89x
Imbang : 67x
Liverpool menang : 77x

10 pertandingan terakhir kedua tim :
18 Oktober 2016 - Liverpool 0-0 Manchester United – Premier League
15 Januari 2017 - Manchester United 1-1 Liverpool – Premier League
14 Oktober 2017 - Liverpool 0-0 Manchester United – Premier League
10 Maret 2018 - Manchester United 2-1 Liverpool – Premier League
16 Desember 2018 - Liverpool 3-1 Manchester United – Premier League
24 Februari 2019 - Manchester United 0-0 Liverpool - Premier League
20 Oktober 2019 - Manchester United 1-1 Liverpool - Premier League
19 Januari 2020 - Liverpool 2-0 Manchester United – Premier League
17 Januari 2021 - Liverpool 0-0 Manchester United – Premier League
24 Januari 2021 - Manchester United 3-2 Liverpool - FA Cup

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Manchester United fans force Liverpool match to be POSTPONED after hundreds of protestors BROKE IN to Old Trafford to demand Glazers sell the club, before policeman is slashed with bottle in violent clashes outside the stadium

* Hundreds of Manchester United fans were able to storm Old Trafford and get onto the pitch ahead of their Premier League match with Liverpool on Sunday afternoon
* Fans protested against United's American owners, the Glazer family, in the wake of the doomed European Super League project
* Police confirmed one officer was attacked with a bottle and sustained a significant slash wound to his face
* A huge crowd assembled outside Old Trafford hours before the match and smoke flares were set off
* Then several dozen protesters breached security cordons to get inside the stadium and onto the pitch
* The match, due to kick off at 4.30pm, has been called off and will now take place at a later unconfirmed date
* Another group tried to blockade the Lowry Hotel where United are staying to prevent them boarding team bus
* They were pushed back by police in riot gear as the players remain in the hotel awaiting news about the game


Hundreds of Manchester United supporters stormed the pitch at Old Trafford ahead of their game against Liverpool in protest at the club's American owners, the Glazer family, before clashing with police in ugly scenes.

Greater Manchester Police have confirmed two officers have been left injured with one officer being 'attacked with a bottle and sustaining a significant slash wound to his face, requiring emergency hospital treatment.'

The local derby match has now been postponed, with broadcaster Sky Sports confirming it will go ahead at a later date, which is yet to be decided.

There were clashes as fans tried to break police lines outside the stadium, with officers drawing batons to keep the crowds back and bottles and other projectiles thrown. A line of riot police, backed by horses, pushed the crowds back from the area where the players were set to enter the ground.

The storming of Old Trafford came after many more blockaded the entrance to the Lowry Hotel where the United players and staff are staying and use each weekend prior to a home fixture.

Representatives from the two teams and the Premier League came together to convene and discuss the situation at 4pm, after which it was determined that for safety reasons the fixture could not press ahead.

Both teams were held back at their team hotel by Greater Manchester Police, while match referee Michael Oliver was also delayed in accessing the ground.


Tensions escalated when police moved in to move the protestors away from the Old Trafford forecourt with batons drawn. Some fans lifted red barriers to hurl at the police lines as efforts were made to clear the Old Trafford exterior



Police attempted to clear the crowds from away from the player entrance and tunnel area at Old Trafford. Bottles and other projectiles were hurled at the riot officers from the protesting fans as tensions escalated


The Glazer family, United's owners, signed the club up to the European Super League before making a u-turn 48 hours later amid a furious backlash


Hundreds of Manchester United fans have stormed the pitch at Old Trafford in protest at the club's American owners ahead of Sunday afternoon's match with Liverpool


One fan among those who stormed Old Trafford grabbed the corner flag as they stormed the pitch ahead of the match


The crowd that breached Old Trafford perimeter gathered in front of the south stand, lighting smoke flares and chanting


T-shirts were made specially for the protest as United fans spent the week before the big derby match making preparations

At around 6pm local reports in Manchester confirmed the gathered crowds which remained at the Lowry hotel had begun 'thinning,' though one supporter was reported to have been taken away by police causing uproar among fans.

The Manchester Evening News reported that the remaining fans 'got very angry and started throwing bottles,' before police 'got kitted up in full riot kit.'

Earlier, at the height of the protests, a section of the crowd had shouted 'we want Glazers out' and 'United, United' as they ran onto the pitch. Outside the Lowry, others chanted 'we decide when you play'.

One protester was filmed picking up a camera tripod from a pitchside media position inside the stadium and hurling it onto the pitch.

Others tried to get down the tunnel, while another took a corner flag and some swung from the crossbar of one of the goals. Many were clutching beer bottles.

Later, television footage from inside the ground showed a smaller number of fans still inside the stadium. Some clambered over the seating to taunt stewards before police moved in.

Thousands had assembled at an organised protest outside Old Trafford against the Glazer family and their efforts to sign United up to the European Super League.

Officials at Old Trafford also convened an emergency meeting to determine whether any Covid-19 protocols had been breached following the stadium invasion. Fans were not due to be in attendance at the game.

Footage in the aftermath started to circulate on social media, appearing to show the officer within Old Trafford who had makeshift stitches placed over a nasty, bleeding cut on his face.

The man could also be seen to have a bruised eye, and was understood to have been hit by a bottle thrown by supporters.

Just after what should have been the scheduled kick-off time, police succeeded in pushing back the crowds and clearing the Old Trafford forecourt, while the residue of banners, flares and protest items could be seen strewn across the floor.

United were one of six Premier League clubs who initially signed up to the doomed Super League project last month. They all withdrew 48 hours later following a furious backlash from the wider football community.

Joel Glazer made an apology to supporters for signing up to the doomed Super League project but many United fans carried placards at the protest reading 'apology not accepted'.

The departure of the team bus on the short journey from the Lowry Hotel in central Manchester to Old Trafford was delayed as police tried to force back the crowds and restore order.

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MANCHESTER UNITED CLUB STATEMENT

Following discussion between the Police, The Premier League, Trafford Council and the clubs, our match against Liverpool has been postponed due to safety and security considerations around the protest today.

Discussions will now take place with the Premier League on a revised date for the fixture.

Our fans are passionate about Manchester United, and we completely acknowledge the right to free expression and peaceful protest.

However, we regret the disruption to the team and actions which put other fans, staff, and the police in danger.

We thank the police for their support and will assist them in any subsequent investigations.
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PREMIER LEAGUE STATEMENT

Following the security breach at Old Trafford, the Manchester United vs. Liverpool game has been postponed.

This is a collective decision from the police, both clubs, the Premier League and local authorities.

The security and safety of everyone at Old Trafford remains of paramount importance. We understand and respect the strength of feeling but condemn all acts of violence, criminal damage and trespass, especially given the associated COVID-19 breaches.

Fans have many channels by which to make their views known, but the actions of a minority seen today have no justification.

We sympathise with the police and stewards who had to deal with a dangerous situation that should have no place in football.

The rearrangement of the fixture will be communicated in due course.

The scale of the numbers protesting outside Old Trafford can be seen in this picture taken outside the east stand corner


Protesting fans set off smoke flares outside Old Trafford as they make their feelings known before some got inside. Flares in the club's original colours of green and yellow were set off outside Old Trafford as fans made themselves heard. Thousands of United fans protested outside and inside Old Trafford against the Glazer family, who bought the club in 2005. Some demanded the installation of Germany's 50+1 ownership model at the protest, which ensured voting right for the fans

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GREATER MANCHESTER POLICE STATEMENT

Officers were aware of a protest planned to take place in Old Trafford today (Sunday 2 May) and were working closely alongside partners to ensure those that attended were kept safe whilst enabling their right to peaceful protest.

Early this afternoon, groups of protestors began to gather at Old Trafford and separately at The Lowry Hotel, Salford where the United players were staying. By late afternoon around 200 protestors had gathered outside the Lowry and over 1,000 at Old Trafford.

Officers continued to closely monitor the situation, engaging with those present but as the groups grew in size; it became clear that many of those present were not intending to exercise their right to peaceful protest. Flares were let off and bottles thrown at officers.

Protestors outside Old Trafford became especially aggressive and antagonistic towards police before a group of about 100 forced entry to the ground with some United staff having to lock themselves in rooms.

Those in the stadium were evicted by officers but outside on the forecourt hostility grew with bottles and barriers being thrown at officers and horses. Two officers have been injured with one officer being attacked with a bottle and sustaining a significant slash wound to his face, requiring emergency hospital treatment.

With the situation increasing in hostility, additional officers had to be deployed and officers had to be drawn in from neighbouring forces to assist Greater Manchester officers.

Following discussion with The Premier League, Trafford Council and the clubs, a joint decision was made to postpone the match for safety reasons.
A ring of riot police surrounded the steps leading up to the hotel entrance to allow the players to board the team coach safely but the United squad remained at the hotel an hour before kick-off.

Players were spotted looking out of windows on the third and fourth floors of the hotel as they awaited news as to whether the match would go ahead as planned.

Smoke bombs were set off both outside the Lowry and outside Old Trafford. Dozens of police in riot gear lined up to keep protesters at a safe distance from the entrance to the upmarket hotel.

At Old Trafford, it is believed those who gained access to the ground did so via the Munich Tunnel, after pushing down barriers, despite the attempts of security guards to prevent that happening.

Once inside, they kicked footballs laid out for the pre-match warm-ups. Many of the fans wore green and gold scarves - the colours of Newton Heath, the predecessor of Man United - which have become emblematic of the anti-Glazer movement.

But the crowd did quickly disperse back outside the stadium after a few minutes at around 2.20pm, just over two hours before kick-off.


Angry fans make their feeling known outside Old Trafford as part of Sunday's protests against the unpopular Glazer family


Fans told the glazer family their apology over joining the breakaway European Super League wasn't accepted

However, TV footage did later show a small pocket of protesters still in the stands in a corner of the stadium an hour later.

Some were filmed climbing over seats to goad security personnel in one corner of the stadium before police managed to move the group out through the tunnel area by the Stretford End.

The match carries great significance to the Premier League title race as Manchester City will be confirmed as champions if Liverpool beat United.

Speaking on Sky Sports, former Liverpool star Jamie Carragher said: 'The feeling of Manchester United and Arsenal fans towards their owners was a lot bigger than the Super League. I think that’s why they’ve protested so much.

'This is not just about the Super League for Manchester United - this goes back 10 or 15 years ago when they were taking money out of the bank and charging season ticket holders if they didn’t want to go to a Carling Cup game, or maybe a Europa League game and just taking money off fans.

'I totally get the frustration of Manchester United fans, and Arsenal fans, I think they’re in a similar situation with their owners. Every football fan in some way should stand with them.

'We don’t want to see games called off, no-one wants to see that, but supporters are frustrated with the ownership of their own clubs. What we spoke about with the Super League, and supporters stopping that - we saw the scenes at Chelsea as well - supporters coming together is powerful.

'Me even as a Liverpool fan, being part of those six clubs that tried to move away, I cannot criticise Manchester United fans for how they’ve gone about things basically.

'An ownership running their club for the last 15 years has had no thought whatsoever for them. They do spend a lot of money, but I go back to what they did with the season tickets and they state of the club now compared to when they first came in.'

Fellow pundit and Manchester United club legend Roy Keane added: 'The reason they’ve done it today is because it’s Liverpool at home. They could’ve done it against Roma but it wouldn’t have got as many headlines.'

'Today is a huge game, there’s huge interest from all over the world and there was an opportunity for United fans to make a huge statement and that’s why they did it today because it was Liverpool, the last few weeks have just pushed United fans over the edge.'

The Irishman then went on to make a joke at his former Liverpool rival Carragher, suggesting that a flare was thrown in his direction during the mayhem.

Keane added: 'It's come to a tipping point now for United fans. It was peaceful, I think they threw one or two bottles and a couple of flares - I think that was towards Jamie (Carragher) to be fair.

'They've had enough - enough is enough for these United fans now. United have some of the best fans in the world, huge club, we've seen today that they're thinking enough is enough with the ownership of the club.

'With all the stuff over the last two weeks, frustrations with the Super League, I suppose even not being able to support the team over the last year, enough is enough now. The United fans obviously want the Glazers out.'

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Manchester United's clash with Liverpool to be played on May 13 - next Thursday night - after game was postponed due to home fans protesting at Old Trafford, with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side now having to play two matches in just three days

* Manchester United's game against Liverpool has been rescheduled for May 13
* The game was due to be played last Sunday but was called off after fan protests
* Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's team will now have to play two games in three days


Manchester United's Premier League game at home to Liverpool will now take place on May 13.

The game was due to be played last Sunday but was postponed because of United fans protesting both inside and outside Old Trafford about the Glazer family's ownership of the club.

The clash between the two rivals will be played next Thursday with an 8.15pm kick off and will be shown live on Sky Sports.

United are scheduled to play Leicester at home on May 11 at 6pm, meaning Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side will now have to play two league games in three days.


Manchester United's game against Liverpool has now been rearranged for Thursday, May 13. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side will now have to play two Premier League matches in three days


The game was due to be played last Sunday but was postponed because of United fans protesting both inside and outside Old Trafford about the Glazer family's ownership of club. Thousands of United supporters expressed their anger with the ownership of club on Sunday

United posted on their website: 'Each of our three remaining Old Trafford dates, against Leicester City, Liverpool and Fulham, have been rearranged, with the first two affected by Sunday's postponement.

'United v Liverpool will now be played at 20:15 BST on Thursday 13 May and, as intended originally, the game will be broadcast live on Sky Sports.

'The scheduling of that fixture means the visit of Leicester - already rearranged due to the Foxes' involvement in the Emirates FA Cup final - has been put back 24 hours to Tuesday 11 May.'

In total United will now have to play four matches in just over a week, with their Europa League game away to Roma on Thursday followed by Sunday's Premier League fixture away to Aston Villa.

There had been suggestions that Liverpool's game against West Bromwich Albion could also be rearranged, but that game will still be played on May 16.

Thousands of United supporters expressed their anger with the ownership of the club on Sunday, with some fans breaking into the stadium and getting onto the pitch.

Flares were lit and bottles were thrown, with both sets of players kept in their hotels before the game was eventually called off.

United are currently in second place in the league, while Liverpool are seventh.

The Premier League's updated fixture schedule also confirmed that United's match against Fulham will be among the first to host fans when coronavirus restrictions are lifted on May 17.

Solskjaer's side will host the Cottagers at 6pm the following day, when Southampton will kick-off at home to Leeds.

Up to 10,000 fans will be allowed into matches in round 37 on May 18 and 19 and in round 38 on May 23, provided the Government goes ahead with the planned easing of coronavirus restrictions.

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