Reina warns ManU: It's not so easy to beat Liverpool
London, Mar. 20 (ANI): Liverpool goalkeeper Pepe Reina reckons that his club is capable of foiling Manchester United's title bid even if the stats say otherwise.
The two arch-rivals clash at Old Trafford on Sunday.
It has been pretty much downhill journey for Liverpool, with United chasing a fourth crown on the bounce while Liverpool simply battle to stay in the hunt for fourth place.
"It is always a different class of game and you cannot trust statistics. At the end of the day it is one of the best games in the world. It is always tough to beat them, and for them to beat us," The Sun quoted Reina, as saying.
"Anything can happen. At the moment they're favourites as they are at home and fighting for the title but it won't be easy for them. As long as the three points is the margin that helps us get fourth place, that will be okay," he added.eina is ready to sign a new deal to keep him at Anfield for six more years.
"I committed because I am happy here. Whatever happens, whether we are in the Champions League or Europa League, it is still Liverpool," he said.
"All of us want to win trophies, but sometimes it is not the case and because of that you cannot just throw in the towel and leave," he added. (ANI)
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