Liverpool’s second-half showing at Manchester United proved it can compete with the best in the Barclays Premier League, according to Stewart Downing — but the Reds must serve up that style of football on a regular basis if they’re to ascend the table.
Brendan Rodgers’ side found themselves two goals down at Old Trafford on Sunday before Daniel Sturridge’s goal helped them dominate the final stages of the contest.
Indeed, Liverpool were unfortunate not to return to Merseyside with a point — and though naturally disappointed by the outcome, Downing believes the performance bodes well for the future.
However, the winger insists the Reds must reproduce similar displays on a regular basis.
“For us it’s a case of consistency,” Downing said. “Man United have a habit of still winning even when they don’t play well like on Sunday. In the second half they struggled but still won the game. That’s something we…
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