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By the late 18th century, Liverpool had grown as a major seaport — critical to the growth and success of the northern cotton mills.
Over the next century, Liverpool grew to supersede Manchester and throughout the late 19th and early 20th century was often described as the British Empire's second city.
The construction of the Manchester Ship Canal , funded by Manchester merchants, was opposed by Liverpool politicians and bred resentment between the two cities.
Tensions between working-class Liverpool dockers and labourers in Manchester was heightened after its completion in , just three months before the first meeting between Liverpool and Newton Heath in a play-off match that would see Newton Heath relegated to the Second Division.
Today, the crests of both the city of Manchester and Manchester United include stylised ships representing the Manchester Ship Canal and Manchester's trade roots.
The ship is also included on the crest of many other Mancunian institutions such as Manchester City Council and rivals Manchester City F. Post-war shifts in economic ties, reliance on regional coal, and shifts in transatlantic trade patterns caused by the growth of Asian labour markets caused the gradual decline of British manufacturing.
Both Liverpool and Manchester suffered the loss of their primary sources of income. With Liverpool, the switch from North American to continental European shipping and cargo routes, tended to benefit southern English ports, while Manchester suffered from the expansion of the Asian textile industry.
This reversal of fortunes happened against the backdrop of shifting political backgrounds and significant events in British culture and society in the second half of the 20th century.
Both cities were part of the county of Lancashire until March , upon the enactment of the Local Government Act Since then, Liverpool and Manchester each respectively anchor the neighbouring metropolitan counties of Merseyside and Greater Manchester.
The two cities continue to be strong regional rivals, vying for influence of surrounding areas. Their continued importance to the UK economy has been reflected with the awarding of the Commonwealth Games to Manchester, while Liverpool was awarded the title of European Capital of Culture as part of its ongoing regeneration.
More recent projects by Peel Ports have sought to re-establish the economic links between the Port of Liverpool and Port of Manchester, including re-developing trade links via the Manchester Ship Canal.
Manchester United F. Liverpool F. The disagreement between the two parties over rent resulted in Everton moving to Goodison Park from Anfield, and Houlding founded Liverpool F.
Liverpool supporters often sing the chant ' You should have paid the rent' to Everton fans during matches between the two sides, to reflect this.
Liverpool's first season was in the Second Division in The team went undefeated all season, winning the title and being put up for election to the First Division , which would see them play a one-off test match against the bottom side of the First Division for their place.
The team that Liverpool were to face was Newton Heath, whom they beat 2—0 to take their place in the first tier. Liverpool won their first Football League Championship trophy in and followed it up in , the same season that saw the newly-renamed Manchester United promoted to the top flight after finishing as Second Division runners-up behind Bristol City.
Two seasons later, by which time Liverpool had fallen into mid-table, Manchester United secured their first league title , winning the —08 Football League by nine points from Aston Villa and Manchester City.
The outbreak of the First World War disrupted domestic football, and following the resumption of competitions in Liverpool asserted themselves on domestic football with a brace of league Championships while United found themselves in steep decline that saw them relegated in Between and the outbreak of the Second World War, neither team won any more competitive trophies outside of local regional trophies, with Manchester United spending three separate periods in the Second Division.
After the Second World War, Liverpool again became English champions in before the clubs' roles reversed once more, with the Merseysiders dropping into the second tier as Manchester United found stability under the management of former Liverpool captain Matt Busby, winning the FA Cup in and then three league titles and Charity Shields apiece in the s.
During this time, future Liverpool manager Bill Shankly was approached by then Liverpool chairman Tom Williams and asked, "How would you like to manage the best club in the country?
Shankly replied, "Why? Is Matt Busby packing it in? Following Liverpool's promotion under Shankly in , the two clubs found themselves in direct competition with each other for the first time, sharing four league titles between and , as well as the FA Charity Shield.
Following this, though, the two sides began to drift in opposite directions once more. United's title victory of would be their last for 26 years,  while Liverpool would enjoy nearly 20 years of sustained success, winning 11 league titles, 19 domestic cups and seven European trophies from to It was during this period, in the late 70s and early 80s, that the modern-day rivalry between the two clubs truly began to get heated.
According to football sociologist John Williams, United had developed a "glamour and media profile" but didn't have the success to match it and Liverpool fans felt the Red Devils were "media darlings who got far too much publicity".
There was a perception in Liverpool that their hugely successful but "professional" and "workmanlike" teams were always somehow in the shadow of the stars at Old Trafford.
This led to a derisory United nickname in Liverpool: "The Glams". Manchester United's year spell without a league title was replicated and exceeded by Liverpool from to , during which time United dominated English football and won 13 league titles, 23 domestic cups and five European trophies.
Despite their contrasting fortunes, only six times since have neither Liverpool nor United finished in the top two of the league table — in —81 , —04 , —05 , —15 , —16 and —17 — and in five of those six campaigns, silverware was still taken home by one of the two clubs; Liverpool paraded the European Cup and League Cup in , while Manchester United lifted the FA Community Shield and FA Cup in the season and Liverpool claimed the Champions League in While Liverpool and Manchester United's successes are almost identical in number, their systems of achieving these successes vary considerably.
Liverpool built their dominance on a dynasty known as the Anfield Boot Room. The boot room itself was where strategy for future matches was planned, however, it became a breeding ground for future Liverpool managers following the arrival of Bill Shankly in Following Shankly's retirement in , having secured eight trophies in 15 years, Bob Paisley stepped into the vacant manager's position and amassed 20 trophies in nine seasons.
Kenny Dalglish, while not an original member, was accepted into the group as the next in line for the role of manager, and he combined it with his playing duties to win Liverpool 10 trophies.
The boot room connection was finally broken in , 32 years after Shankly's arrival, with the appointment of Graeme Souness , who demolished the boot room itself to make way for a press room.
Liverpool have however gone on to achieve success with managers outside of the dynasty since then, most notably under Rafael Benitez , who won the UEFA Champions League in , and Jurgen Klopp , who won it in before going on to win the club's first league title in 30 years in — My greatest challenge was knocking Liverpool right off their fucking perch, and you can print that.
By contrast, the vast majority of Manchester United's success has come in three separate eras in the club's history, under three different managers.
Mangnall was the club's first great manager, securing five trophies within three years in — Busby became United's second most decorated manager of all time ironically as an ex-Liverpool player and captain , winning 13 trophies at the club, including the European Cup, which saw an English team secure European football's top prize for the first time.
It was only under Ferguson that United regained their glory days, winning 38 trophies during his year tenure to scale the pinnacles of both English and European football.
We were kicking about, and I asked if I could be Robbo for a while. My dad looked out and went ballistic. He wasn't having his kid dragging the Gerrard name through the gutter.
I thought we'd have to move! United had made a promising start too but their early endeavour was soon undermined when they conceded from a corner for the eighth time in the Premier League this season.
The clash between goalscorer and goalkeeper was reprised amid some controversy midway through the first half when Liverpool thought they had doubled their advantaged.
De Gea went up for a high ball after Salah had misdirected his shot, but the United goalkeeper dropped the ball inside the six-yard box under pressure from Van Dijk.
Sadio Mane gathered possession and fed Roberto Firmino, who curled the ball beautifully into the corner only for a VAR review to disallow it for Van Dijk's robust challenge.
By this point, United's flow of counter-attacks were beginning to dry up as the Anfield crowd pushed their team on and the Liverpool advances began to overwhelm the away side.
Georginio Wijnaldum also thought he had found the second goal after latching onto Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain's measured through-ball but was correctly adjudged to be just offside.
Andreas Pereira almost had United level against the run of play but he was stretching to reach Aaron Wan-Bissaka's centre and could only divert the ball wide of the post.
At the other end, Mane had a wonderful opportunity to extend Liverpool's lead but his left-footed effort when racing onto Salah's pass was kept out by the right boot of De Gea.
Liverpool came out with even greater intent in the second half and Salah should have scored from Robertson's left-wing cross but could not get the right contact on the ball.
Jordan Henderson then produced a brilliant left-footed shot that was superbly tipped onto the post by De Gea as Liverpool continued to sustain attack after attack.
Jurgen Klopp named the same Liverpool team that beat Tottenham last time out with Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain retaining his place in midfield.
The interesting changes were on the bench where Fabinho returned to the squad for the first time since November, while Joel Matip was fit enough to make the squad for the first time since October.
As for Firmino, the jibes and jokes have started to calm down after a goal against Leicester City that promises to give him a massive confidence boost.
There can be no denying that the Brazil international is fascinatingly unique in what he brings to this Liverpool side, particularly in terms of his link-up play with Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane.
However, there's no getting away from the fact that nine Premier League goals last season isn't good enough for a Liverpool striker, especially now that he's facing competition from Diogo Jota.
Not one of them. They were hanging in there for a bit but the only real team who were going to win the game was Liverpool.
It's not good enough. Jurgen Klopp : "It was a brilliant start, one of the best performances we've had since I was at Liverpool, to be honest.
The first half an hour was outstanding. How we played was just perfect. Jose Mourinho : "First of all, we have lots of problems related with physicality.
We have lots of players that I could consider 'injury-prones', because some of our players are always injured. And it's not with me, it was before me.
When you are permanently injured, physicality is difficult to get. Then there are qualities that a player has, and doesn't have, you cannot improve and cannot make them have.
Yellow Card 25 Mins 1. David de Gea. Substitution 66 Mins Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain Substitution Off. Adam Lallana Substitution On. Yellow Card 72 Mins Luke Shaw.
Substitution 74 Mins Andreas Pereira Substitution Off. Juan Mata Substitution On. Brandon Williams Substitution Off. Mason Greenwood Substitution On.
Substitution 83 Mins Fabinho Substitution On. Substitution 83 Mins 9. Roberto Firmino Substitution Off. Divock Origi Substitution On.Liverpool's 47 major titles excludes the number of Community Shield titles they have won, which is the key point of the discussion – as Man Utd have a record 21 Community Shields to their name. After the Second World War, Liverpool again became English champions in before the clubs' roles reversed once more, with the Merseysiders dropping into the second tier as Manchester United found stability under the management of former Liverpool captain Matt Busby, winning the FA Cup in and then three league titles and Charity Shields apiece in the s. Old Trafford, Manchester. Man Utd 1 - 1 Liverpool. Sunday 24 February Old Trafford, Manchester. Man Utd 0 - 0 Liverpool. Sunday 16 December After Liverpool’s win vs. Premier League rivals Manchester United at Anfield, ESPN FC’s Alejandro Moreno and Ross Dyer recap the Reds’ 39th straight matc. Watch key highlights from Anfield, where goals from Virgil van Dijk and Mo Salah were enough to give the Reds all three Premier League points against Manches.