Ryan Giggs has claimed that facing Liverpool is a bigger match for Manchester United and a bigger test for any United player than taking on Premier League rivals City in the Manchester derby.
United and City have have already established a massive advantage over third-placed Chelsea, enough for many to render this season’s title battle a two-horse race. But Giggs, who boasts a record 35 appearances in the fixture, refuses to lift City above any of the other fierce rivalries United have had down the years.
‘It doesn’t mean anything extra because it is City,’ said Giggs. ‘Liverpool has always been the biggest rival for me. It has always been the biggest test.
‘There are different rivalries. Arsenal were a brilliant team and we had some ferocious battles with them. Chelsea were al...
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