Manchester United stopped Liverpool’s 17 match winning streak on Super Sunday.
The 1-1 draw saw the Reds dropped points for the first time since a goalless draw with Everton back in March.
Former Manchester United captain Gary Neville has compared the Red Devils draw with Liverpool on Sunday to beating Arsenal’s Invincibles in 2004.
Neville was part of the team that stopped Arsene Wenger’s formidable side at 49 unbeaten with a 2-0 win at Old Trafford in October 15 years ago.
That day the Red Devils were the underdogs, just as they were against Liverpool.
And the United legend claims the draw with Liverpool is reminiscent of their famous win over Arsenal.
Speaking on co-commentary for the game (via Football.London, he said: “This has got the feeling of the Arsenal game on that 50th game where you just get the crowd up.