It will yet be another hard game as Manchester United host Liverpool in the FA Cup fourth round.
Just a week ago Manchester United and Liverpool played out a tensed goalless draw in the Premier League.
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As the two Premier League giants head to another tie, the question of who win the tie rings deafeningly.
Man United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer believes his side can draw on the heroics of the 1999 treble-winning side in their FA Cup clash this weekend. Express reports.
Solskjaer scored the winning goal in added time 22 years ago to seal a 2-1 comeback win and knock Liverpool out in the fourth round.
The Red Devils went on to win the competition, while also clinching the Premier League and Champions League trophies.
“Of course we can take a few things from that season,” Solskjaer said. “We know that there’s tight moments, very fine margins.
“In that season we were close to going out against Liverpool and Peter Schmeichel saved a penalty in the semi-final in injury time. Those moments, gave us the mental advantage.
“Against Liverpool we got that boost of turning 1-0 down into a 2-1 win against a big team.
“The FA Cup is a run we’ve got to enjoy as long as it lasts. We got to the semis last year and as I said, we’re going to make a few changes but we’ll put a team out there that I hope can go through.”