Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea (R) makes a save from Liverpool's Raheem Sterling during their English Premier League soccer match at Old Trafford in Manchester, northern England December 14, 2014. REUTERS/Phil Noble
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The difference in fortunes since Liverpool won 3-0 away to Manchester United in March was illustrated when Louis van Gaal's team reversed that scoreline Sunday.After a slow start to the campaign United appear to have been revitalized by Van Gaal and goals from Wayne Rooney, Juan Mata and Robin van Persie sealed a sixth consecutive league win to keep them in third place.Earlier Sterling had twice been thwarted by De Gea, the first time barely half a minute before United broke out for their opening goal.Balotelli, ever controversial, should have received an early yellow card for holding back Van Persie and soon afterward he did, for committing the same offence on Phil Jones.Mata sent Rooney away and Dejan Lovren should have cleared his cross.
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