Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp felt his side should have beaten Manchester United by a more emphatic scoreline that Sunday's 2-0 victory but was still left eulogising his team's "sensational football."
LIVERPOOL, England -- The genie is out of the bottle. When Mohamed Salah lifted the tension inside Anfield by making it 2-0 against Manchester United in the 93rd minute, the roar from The Kop was almost on the same decibel level as the night Liverpool came back from 3-0 down against Barcelona in the Champions League last season.
It was relief, meshed with belief, and for the first time, the home supporters chanted "We're gonna win the league," despite it being pretty obvious to everyone else for...
Liverpool extended their lead at the top of the Premier League table to 16 points, after a nervy 2-0 win over bitter rivals Manchester United.
The home side went ahead after just 14 minutes, Virgil van Dijk rising highest to meet Trent Alexander-Arnold's inch-perfect corner. The recently crowned world champions went on to have two goals disallowed, following a VAR review and an offside infringement, before missing a number of golden opportunities to extend their lead in the second-half.