De Gea and Man Utd hold Liverpool at Anfield

Tricia Pearson
October 15, 2017

"I think Man United came here for the point and they got it".

Will, or can, Mourinho risk the safety-first approach at home against United's neighbours, or will he have to show his hand and give his players the licence to attack?

"Manchester United came here for a point and got it", the German said in a TV interview.

Jurgen Klopp's wait for a league victory over Manchester United stretched to four games as Liverpool were held to a 0-0 draw at Anfield.

However, United are yet to play against any real title contenders and will be eager to put on a display against bitter rivals Liverpool.

The former Real Madrid boss has not managed a team to a Premier League victory over Liverpool in nearly three years, though, while his personal record against Klopp is also underwhelming with just one win from seven previous meetings.

"It's quite hard when a top-class team like Man United has that defensive approach".

"I think at this stage it would be a brilliant three points for United". "The second half was a bit of chess, but my opponent didn't open the door for me to win the game". I'm OK with the performance.

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Jose Mourinho: "We came for three points but in the second half we found it hard to do that with the dynamic of the match".

"He's gone to places with his Chelsea team, his great Chelsea team and beat teams away from home".

"If that was a Jurgen Klopp team in a different moment he would have made changes to the three midfielders".

The defence has been a long-standing issue which, by his own admission, Klopp is losing patience with, but the growing concern for Liverpool prior to the global break was their wastefulness in front of goal.

"No (Marouane) Fellaini, no (Michael) Carrick, no (Paul) Pogba - nothing". But United are a different team with different objectives 12 months on, and this trip to Anfield was an opportunity for them to cut loose and ruthlessly dispatch a Liverpool team that is short on confidence and without its best attacking player in Sadio Mane.

"You'll say we were defensive and they were offensive".

Palace score first goal Crystal Palace finally scored their first Premier League goal this season as Cesar Azpilicueta's own goal put them ahead against champions Chelsea on Saturday.

Both teams have injury problems going into the game, with United missing midfielders Paul Pogba and Marouane Fellaini while Liverpool are set to be without attacking star Sadio Mane for up to six weeks after he picked up a muscle injury on global duty.

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