Man United fan’s rant ahead of CL final is so good even Oxlade-Chamberlain has ‘liked it’

The Premier League season may be over but for Manchester United and Liverpool, the biggest games of the season are still to come.

Man United can add some more silverware to the cabinet when they take on Chelsea in the FA Cup final on Saturday.

Meanwhile, Liverpool are preparing for a meeting with Real Madrid in the Champions League final on May 26.

Neither club has been able to keep up with Manchester City in the Premier League but that will be forgotten should Jose Mourinho and Jurgen Klopp prevail in their respective finals.

An FA Cup final is a prestigious match but it doesn’t come close to a Champions League final, and Man United fans know it.

To win the European Cup, and be considered the finest team in a continent that includes Barcelona, Bayern Munich, Juventus and Paris Saint-Germain, is something to be proud of.

It’s why Man United supporters are desperate that Cristiano Ronaldo and co. come out on top in Kiev at the end of May.

One such supporter would have you believe it’s a matter of life and death.

In a video that has attracted more than 30,000 views on YouTube, a Man United fan by the name of Paul has painted a grim picture of what could be around the corner for the Red Devils if Liverpool beat Real Madrid.

“Them winning the Champions League, City romping the league f***ing league by f***ing 15 million points, and then us getting beat off Chelsea next week,” he says.

It’s music to the ears of Liverpool fans – and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain too, by the looks of it.

The Liverpool midfielder ‘liked’ the clip on Instagram, clearly enjoying the pain that Paul is going through.

It’s easy to see why many Man United fans are so concerned by what’s going on at Anfield right now.

But if they flip the situation on its head, it makes for much better viewing from a Man United perspective.

Victory against Chelsea at Wembley Stadium coupled with a Liverpool loss to Real Madrid? It’s very possible.

Okay, so it doesn’t hide from the fact that the Reds made it all the way to the final, but that will be forgotten about if Klopp’s side are unable to make the most of their current momentum.