Mo Salah, Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane, Liverpool’s first choice forward line, are considered among the best in the world.
The trio have fired in an incredible 38 goals so far in a season which sees Liverpool unbeaten in the league and having dropped only two points throughout the campaign.
Rashford has scored 19 goals this season, Martial 11 and Greenwood 9, as noted in The Athletic.
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The United trio also has a much better minutes per goal ratio – 136.7 – than that of the Liverpool trio, which is 191.4.
As The Athletic notes, the statistic certainly doesn’t suggest that the United trio work better as a unit than their Merseyside counterparts. It does, however, suggest that there is potentially vastly superior finishing power in the Red Devils’ line-up.
Nobody will question that Liverpool have the better front 3 and that makes this even more impressive. Yes, United play in the Europa instead of the Champions League but we've also got absolutely no midfield behind them. If we did…really exciting prospect. https://t.co/2Zxe4VjYcn
— United Peoples TV (@UnitedPeoplesTV) January 16, 2020
Liverpool, whom the Red Devils face at Anfield on Sunday, have a vastly superior defence and their full backs have created more than double the number of chances this season than have United’s (59 vs. 27).
However, what is notable about the superior goals statistic is that Rashford and co. have achieved the feat in a troubled season in which United have struggled to find any consistency. They have also achieved it during a midfield crisis that has left the Reds unable to field a single experienced creative midfielder for weeks at a time.
It is a mouth-watering prospect for Manchester United fans.