90 Minute Syrian Ceasefire Called For Liverpool V United Match


IN just the latest in a long line of evidence that suggests tonight’s Liverpool v Man United clash is the biggest game in the history of football, comes the news that the Syrian Civil War will take a 90 minute ceasefire for the duration of the match.

Sky Sports first reported the news on one of their 87 new stations set up specifically to cover tonight’s 8pm fixture, as the 4th and 7th placed behemoths face off in what everyone is calling a must win, do or die, 6 pointer.

In fact the stakes in the contest are so high, and so hyped that the Premier League has agreed to make the fixture the first 6-point game in the history of the league.

As a mark of respect for the magnitude of the game, warring sides in the Syrian war have confirmed they will down arms for 90 minutes.

“Some games are just too important to miss,” embattled Syrian leader Bashar al-Assad shared with Thierry Henry in an exclusive one on one interview, which will air this evening as part of ‘Red Monday’.

“As a mark of respect for how big this game really is, we’re laying on flattening Aleppo for 90 minutes,” Assad shared with Henry, before going on to pick is all time combined 11 from Liverpool and United.

“Civil wars are big to be fair, but nothing is quite as big as the Liverpool and United rivalry,” Jamie Rednapp told Sky Sports earlier as no other pundits were available.