The match between Liverpool vs Manchester United, which was hosted at Anfield this evening, ended with a disappointing result for both parties in the 19th round of the Premier League, which did not change anything in the scene at the top.
The two teams tied negatively to keep Manchester United at the top of the table after raising its tally to 37 points, followed by Liverpool with 34 points in third place, one point behind City.
Liverpool captain, Jordan Henderson, expressed his disappointment that his team was unable to win at home Manchester United, and said in a statement to Sky Sports: “We are a little disappointed because we did not collect the three points at home… I think we did enough to win.” Meeting, especially in the first half. ”
He continued: “We controlled the ball a lot and created opportunities, but we did not find the way to the net.”
He added, “It is true that they got one or two chances, and they were dangerous in blitzing attacks … But in general, I think we were the best team in the match.”
Klopp said, in a statement to the same media network: “If we had won (1-0), I would have been completely satisfied … You cannot stop Manchester United’s chances over the course of 90 minutes.”
He continued, “They are having a good moment … With all the things that were said before the match, that they are flying while we are suffering, I think that my youth played a good game tonight.”
He added: “In the first half, the high pressure was good, as was the pass, but we did not score, and this is the most important thing in football … The second half was a little more open, they had two great opportunities, and Alison confronted them well.”
And about the scarcity of Liverpool goals in the recent period, the German coach said: “There is no explanation for that, chances are always wasted … Everyone wants to score goals, but you cannot impose them.”
Klopp concluded: “I loved the match, I saw a group of good individual performances, and the team’s performance was good … not the result we wanted, but the result we got.”