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Rashford calls for unity as Man Utd aim for response vs Liverpool

Marcus Rashford has called on the Man Utd squad to come together and bounce back from their heavy defeat at Brentford with a win over Liverpool to get their season back on track.

United's 4-0 thrashing in west London last weekend left Erik ten Hag's side rock bottom of the Premier League, having also lost their season opener at home to Brighton.

They are back at Old Trafford for a Monday Night Football clash with arch-rivals Liverpool - live on Sky Sports - and despite the team's struggles in the early weeks of the season, Rashford is convinced if United work as a unit they can get up and running for the campaign.

We have a chance to put it right and there's no better game to do that than Liverpool at Old Trafford," Rashford told Sky Sports.

"If we can play well and get a result it will be positive for us and get us going for the season."

Asked if United have not always worked as a unit this season, the forward said: "In moments in the games, it's not happened and we've paid the price.

It's something we need to do for as long as possible during 90 minutes. We understand in a 90-minute game it can bring you different challenges but as long as we're all together I'm confident we can deal with whatever is thrown our way. The sooner we do that the better.

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