Manchester United derby hero Rashford unworried by time on the bench

Aubrey Yates
March 14, 2018

Liverpool remain third in the table but are now five points adrift of United.

Marcus Rashford scored United's goals after Romelu Lukaku overpowered Dejan Lovren to bring down long balls up the pitch, and Klopp felt his team should have been more resilient at the back. "We were not at 100 per cent". "I still have to work to swallow this one and it's quite hard". The mistakes were obvious.

"I think if we managed, in the end, a draw no one could have a big argument about that", said the Reds boss.

The Reds conceded both their goals in nearly identical positions as twice Dejan Lovren was bullied off the ball by Lukaku and Rashford made Klopp's team pay for their mistakes as he took both his goals superbly.

Asked about Rashford ahead of United's Champions League clash with Sevilla on Tuesday night, Mourinho said: 'I read something, some quote from the worst manager in the history of the Premier League - Frank De Boer.

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It was a particularly disappointing afternoon for Liverpool's player of the season Mohamed Salah who was well-marshalled by Ashley Young and fired over with his only clear opening in injury-time.

It wasn't pretty, but they set up to frustrate Liverpool and capitalise on their weaknesses, and the final scoreline says that worked-leaving Liverpool and Klopp a day or two to get over their annoyance and then get to work on showing they can bounce back.

"I would argue that if Klopp's Liverpool team were a little more streetwise, they would have got at least a draw out of the game, but they are too honest for their own good at times". "That's hard, but not to change anymore". In the first half, the game gave us the opportunity to be direct, fast and score goals, more than we did.

He added: "It feels massively rubbish and that's not nice".

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