Schluss an der Anfield Road! Der FC Liverpool bezwingt Manchester United ein bisschen glücklich, am Ende aber verdient mit Nach der Pausenführung und. Der FC Liverpool und Rekordmeister Manchester United streben einem Bericht der Zeitung „The Telegraph“ zufolge tiefgreifende Reformen im. Vielleicht will man noch herausfinden, ob die Spieler schwanger sind. — Erik Gerets als Wolfsburg-Trainer, der Andres D'Alessandro und Juan Menseguez nach.
King of the matchSalah reißt sich das Trikot vom Körper und nimmt diese Gelbe Karte gern in Kauf. Es war sein erstes Tor gegen ManUnited im Liverpool-Trikot. 90' +3. Vielleicht will man noch herausfinden, ob die Spieler schwanger sind. — Erik Gerets als Wolfsburg-Trainer, der Andres D'Alessandro und Juan Menseguez nach. Tabelle | Liverpool - Man United | – Holen Sie sich die neuesten Nachrichten, Ergebnisse, Spielpläne, Video-Highlights und mehr von Sky Sport.
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Retrieved 23 March Retrieved 27 August The Players' Tribune. Liverpool Echo. I didn't like the last ten minutes of the first half but I have learned to take it because the energy level of the boys on the pitch is incredible.
United obviously has quality and they ended up putting us under some pressure, playing some football, and we had to defend.
We didn't use our possession well enough and the game stays open. Nothing has changed. We have exactly the same situation, plus three points. It is great, wonderful, unbelievable, but nothing has changed.
I will tell you when it feels different. So far, it feels exactly the same. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer: "You are never happy when you lose a game. First goal, it's disappointing to concede from a set piece.
We don't deal with that well enough. I thought we weathered the storm well at the start of the second half and for the last half an hour we were excellent.
Big chances. We created the pressure. I think they looked nervy. Then after, we send everyone up to get that equaliser and they get that goal.
Both decisions prompted wild celebrations from the home crowd, but Liverpool, who were looking for a record-equalling 18 straight Premier League wins, levelled late on through sub Lallana's back-post tap in The result moves United into 13th, seven points off the top four, while Liverpool see their lead at the top cut to six points following Manchester City's win at Crystal Palace on Sunday.
Marcos Rojo was thrown into the occasion after a late injury for Axel Tuanzebe, but United started with more energy, resisting the temptation to sit in.
There was a lack of early chances as United got into good positions but, symptomatic of a team lacking confidence, simply did not know what to do with it.
Liverpool's best chance came down the right flank as Mane squared for Roberto Firmino, whose low, sliding effort was saved well by David de Gea.
United took the lead through Rashford, tapping home at close range after Daniel James' superb centre from the right, but Jurgen Klopp and Liverpool felt Origi was clipped by Victor Lindelof in the build-up.
Mane slipped the ball past De Gea from eight yards after outmuscling Lindelof in the box, but replays, prompted by VAR, showed the ball had hit his arm as he controlled.
As the half-time whistle went, United players made a point of sprinting inside, while Liverpool trudged off. It summed the first half up. United began to sit in after the break as Klopp soon moved to replace Origi with Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, though the hosts did break briefly through Rashford, who sent a low shot from 20 yards just wide.
David de Gea shook off a hamstring injury and started in the Manchester United goal. Axel Tuanzebe was injured in the warm-up, meaning Marcos Rojo filled in.
Mohamed Salah failed to shake off an ankle knock and was replaced by Divock Origi up front as part of Liverpool's three-pronged attack.