"On days when United are beatable you have to do it", Klopp told Sky Sports. I think it's very close now - I can't see the club going away from it.
Things improved slightly in the second half.
"Today I am writing this back at home, disappointed to not have been able to finish the game, but proud of the bravery and strength that my teammates showed as they gave everything on the pitch to take a point that looked incredibly hard to secure at the end of the first half", the Spaniard said.
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Manchester United midfielder Juan Mata has said he will do "everything he can" to get back to match fitness after picking up a muscular injury in the 0-0 draw with Liverpool at the weekend, and hailed his teammates after battling for a point in trying circumstances.
Clearly the former Sunderland player wasn't happy but Shaqiri did come on in the first game between the sides in December to make the difference.
Because the top teams in history would go and win that game 1-0 or 2-0. In here I'd say it is a good point for Liverpool, they defended well, two clean sheets against two big teams but do they carry a negative thought out of it?
"Liverpool will always have that question until they win that title and they get over the line but do the players carry the positive out of this game onto that coach or do they carry a little bit of 'could we have done more, could we have done this?'"
Salah has failed to score against the Old Trafford side in each of his last four appearances, and it's a curious stat for such a word class forward to have. We should have taken Rashford off as well but we couldn't.