Daley Blind humiliates Emre Can in Manchester United victory

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Manchester United midfielder Daley Blind provided one of the moments of the match in the Red Devils' showdown against Liverpool at Anfield this afternoon.

The Dutch midfielder left rival Emre Can flat on his backside with a fancy piece of footwork that prompted howls of laughter from Manchester United fans.


Blind took the ball down the left and had his Liverpool rival for company. The former Ajax man feinted to go down the line but then checked back, sending Can the complete wrong way - so much so he fell over.

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It was an eventful afternoon on Merseyside, with Manchester United claiming a 2-1 win the bolsters their chances of a top four finish and Champions League football.


Juan Mata scored twice before Daniel Sturridge pulled one back. Steven Gerrard, introduced as a half-time substitute, was sent off almost immediately after coming on the pitch in what was his final appearance against Manchester United.

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Blind and Can clashed again let on in the game, with the latter bringing down the former in the penalty box - although Wayne Rooney then saw his penalty saved by Simon Mignolet.

The defeat leaves Liverpool five points off the pace in the race to secure Champions League football with both Tottenham and Arsenal winning yesterday.

Check out the brilliant video of Blind humiliating Can below!

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