Aldo suggests Liverpool have moved past Man Utd
Liverpool goal scoring great John Aldridge believes his former club have now moved ahead of Manchester United after their comprehensive Europa League win against their old foes.
Sunday World columnist Aldo gives his verdict on Liverpool's 3-1 win against United in this weekend's paper, with his verdict damning on Van Gaal and his Old Trafford flops.
"I will not get carried away by what we saw from Liverpool over the two Europa League games against Manchester United because the opposition were poor for the majority of both matches," he writes.
"Liverpool could have ended up winning the tie 8-1 on aggregate – that is not exaggerating. Don’t let the scoreline disguise a very clear reality here. Liverpool were a mile ahead of United."
Elsewhere in this weekend's Sunday World sports coverage, Kevin Palmer reflects on a week that has seen Ryan Giggs make a clear push to take over from Van Gaal, while the United boss tells us the club's woes are not all down to him.
Roy Curtis offers up a cutting view on Sunderland's always confident manager Sam Allardyce, while Leicester's historic push for Premier League glory is also given top billing.
Our rugby coverage looks back on Ireland's final Six Nations game against Scotland, while our GAA team give us their verdict on the big talking points of the week.
This is one edition of the Sunday World you will not want to miss!