Marcus Rashford has named Liverpool as one of the two best teams Manchester United have beaten this season.
Liverpool visited Old Trafford in August and were beaten 2-1 in what was Erik ten Hag's first win in the Premier League with his new side.
The England international named Premier League leaders Arsenal alongside the Reds as the 'two best' sides United have picked up a win against this term.
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Rashford shocked supporters by omitting Manchester City after his side beat their city rivals 2-1 in January at Old Trafford.
The 25-year-old told Sky Sports: “We’ve shown at our worst that we can beat the biggest teams. It’s not just luck. We’ve had good games against the best teams in the country. Liverpool, Arsenal this season.”
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