Liverpool's tendency to drop points against "lesser lights" has seen them mirror the Manchester United side of the 1980s, says club legend Graeme Souness.
Souness says that was a trait of the United sides he faced in his heyday, when Liverpool were the dominant force in England and the Red Devils were waiting to spark into life under Sir Alex Ferguson.
“They play well against the big guys and slip up against the lesser lights. When I played for Liverpool, Manchester United were like Liverpool are now. Against the big clubs, they would turn up, but they would suffer daft defeats and draws against the also-rans."
“If you are going to win this league, that’s something you have to get right. We were constantly reminded of that at Liverpool when we were either European champions or defending league champions," Souness said.
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