Jose Mourinho: 'Referee right not to send off Jurgen Klopp'

Van Dijk backed to contain fellow £75m man Lukaku by Liverpool legend Hamann

Van Dijk backed to contain fellow £75m man Lukaku by Liverpool legend Hamann

Liverpool legend Steve Nicol insists that Jurgen Klopp is the second best manager in the Premier League, ahead of Jose Mourinho.

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"I think Martin Atkinson, after so many years of this, I think made the right decision".

He said: "With the Chelsea game last week, and this game, we showed real heart and desire to win games".

"It's a good moment to go there, but still an unbelievably hard game.They are at home, we would say it is an advantage at Anfield, so they have the advantage".

But you may believe that the late surge of energy from Liverpool to salvage a draw was enough to earn the team some kind of consolation prize. We were more offensive than Manchester, but not too offensive.

"Right now, I'm probably not learning the most on the pitch", said the former academy graduate, who hopes to play a key role for England at the World Cup in Russia."In training is where I'm doing most of my learning".

"It's a very hard game, who can go there and think three points are already in the pocket, it doesn't work".

Mohamed Salah was also spotted having his shirt tugged back by Ashley Young inside the box upon replay, but the Egyptian stayed on his feet and the officials opted against pointing to the spot.

"They try to win matches in an honest way, by outpassing and outscoring opponents and what we saw yesterday was a team winning via an alternative route. We will carry on of course, but in the moment it's a big disappointment".

"If it was that easy then open a market for leaders and we will buy all of them and then our problems are solved", Jürgen Klopp, February 2017.

"We couldn't do any different here, nobody would accept it".

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