Danny Mills Names No Manchester United Players In Combined XI Ahead Of Liverpool Clash
United have had a disappointing start to the campaign and are only two points above the relegation zone after their opening eight Premier League matches.
Meanwhile, Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool have had a blistering start to their season as they have won all of their league matches and are eight points clear of defending champions Manchester City.
Former Leeds player Mills, 42, couldn't include a single United player in the combined XI ahead of any player in the in-form Reds.
And Mills took it one step further on Sky Sports by suggesting that some of the United players would struggle to make the bench for the XI.
Danny Mills has selected his combined XI ahead of Liverpool's visit to Old Trafford as the Premier League returns this weekend, live on Sky Sports.- Sky Sports News (@SkySportsNews) 14 October 2019
A total of :zero: Manchester United players made the cut, with Mills saying some would struggle to make the bench! :flushed:
Mills' XI has rattled United fans on Twitter, but many fans agreed with his selection based on the Red Devils' poor form.
Twitter user @NDK8A tweeted: "This is the most accurate combined XI that I've seen so far."
While @SpionKopite1892 added: "Finally talking sense..."
A third wrote: "No arguments there really. De gea pogba wan bissaka would make the Bench [sic]."
And Liverpool fan John Nightingale said: "About time he spoke a bit of sense tbh."
Some United fans have continued to argue on social media that some players should have made the cut ahead of other Liverpool players.
Is based on form and whether injured or not, if so then he's right. But if it's overall then;- Gibbo (@Gibsonn_x) 14 October 2019
De Gea > Alisson
Maguire > Matilda
Pogba > Henderson
Pogba is better than Henderson and James is better than Wijnaldum.- Sid (@Sidneykidney4) 14 October 2019
Anyone who has henderson over Pogba needs there eyes checking- Lewis King (@LewisKingy1999) 14 October 2019
matip over maguire :joy::joy: not a chance- jack (@jackp_mufc) 14 October 2019
United will host Liverpool at Old Trafford on Sunday for a 4:30pm kick-off UK time.
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