Rio Ferdinand finally breaks silence on Liverpool’s 7-0 win against United

Rio made comments to BT Sport before the game which have backfired massively.

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Ex Untied player and now pundit, Rio Ferdinand has broken his silence on the 7-0 win by Liverpool.

Before the game Ferdinand spoke to BT Sport:

“Nervous? This is the most confident I’ve been going into a Liverpool fixture for the last six or seven years,”

“I think Man United are on the up whereas Liverpool have stagnated and taken a couple of steps backwards”.

“They’ve been on a formidable run the last few years, but they aren’t the Liverpool team that we’ve seen the last few years at the moment. What a time to go to Anfield, it’s the best place to win as a Man United player.”

Since the defeat, Ferdinand has broken his silence since Liverpool beat his former club. The former centre-half said the result was an “absolute massacre”.

“We’ve been pulverised,” said Ferdinand, commneting on his YouTube channel FIVE.

“That was a massacre. An absolute massacre at Anfield.

“That’s all you can call it. The players will be feeling embarrassed.”

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