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Man Utd legend Paul Scholes snubs Liverpool as best away ground he played in

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Manchester United legend Paul Scholes has snubbed Liverpool as possessing the best away ground he played in.During a conversation with his former team-mate Gary Neville on The Overlap, the BT Sports pundit opened up about his favourite ground during his playing days - but instead of choosing Anfield, home of the Reds, he opted for the Magpies’ stadium in the northeast - St James' Park.Neville asked what was the ground he enjoyed playing at the most when the former midfielder replied: “Love playing at Newcastle.

Liverpool and Newcastle. Liverpool was harder, there was never space. Atmosphere wise, and as big a game as it was if you got there and won.”READ MORE: Neymar is only player in Europe with more goal contributions than Erling HaalandUnited and Liverpool share one of the biggest rivalries in the Premier League, while Anfield is considered one of the most fervent stadiums in the elite division of English football.

This is why it’s surprising that Scholes decided to choose Newcastle over their northwest rivals. Back in the former Oldham manager’s heyday, in the 2001/02 season, United had to play two games in two games - a Premier League clash with Liverpool followed by a League Cup clash with Arsenal.Which Premier League ground has the best atmosphere?

Let us know in the comments section.Scholes was benched for the first game and only made a late appearance, taking the place of David Beckham - but he was not pleased with being left out of the side and told Sir Alex Ferguson he wouldn't play in north London."I was p****d off of being left out in the first place, I did some stupid things when I was younger," he told The Overlap.

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