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  1. 'Klopp didn't like the menu' - Mourinho

    Man Utd 1-1 Liverpool

    Jose Mourinho reacting to Jurgen Klopp's post-match interview on Sky Sports: "He [Klopp] didn't like the menu.

    "He likes meat and he got fish.

    "United, with the limitations they have at the moment, they played with five at the back, were solid and didn't give the chance of transition. Jurgen Klopp didn't like the menu.

    "They [Liverpool] missed quality to play against a team with a low block.

    "They have a fantastic record of so many victories. But they have limitations against teams with low blocks. They can smash opponents that play the way they want to play against.

    "Jurgen clearly has frustrations. It's a fantastic situation for his team. But at Old Trafford - which is a special place to win - he [Klopp] never did it."

  2. Post update

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    Video caption: Ole Gunnar Solskjaer 'Referee was man of the match'

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    Video caption: Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp takes issue with the tackle on Divock Origi
  3. 'It was a proper Old Trafford night'

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    BBC Radio 5 Live

    Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer on BBC Radio 5 Live: "You can say that it’s a bonus we made them look at tactics. When you get teams doing something different to what they normally do then you know you have executed your plan. But then they still caused us problems second half and we struggled with possession and that was why we were tired."

    Is it a turning point? "We do have a belief in these boys and the attitude and desire is there. The injured boys are on their way back and the atmosphere here was amazing. It was a proper Old Trafford night. We started on the front foot, it’s not always pretty but it’s about getting the results."

  4. 'Without VAR I am 100% sure Atkinson would have blown'

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    BBC Radio 5 Live

    Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp speaking to BBC Radio 5 Live on VAR: "I think a lot of people thought it was a foul, I think most people thought it was a foul. I am sure it was a foul. Mr Atkinson let the game go on because he knew we had VAR. As soon as they scored they checked it but then it was not obvious because with a challenge you cannot always be 100% sure but without VAR I am 100% sure Atkinson would have blown for a foul.

    "It’s great for offside and handball but for these situations we have not got it right yet. I was so confident that it was going to be overturned but then it has to change that not many decisions are overturned.

    "Look at Manchester City yesterday it was so clear and obvious that De Bruyne was pushed and if I am saying Manchester City should have had a penalty then it must have been a penalty."

  5. 'They gained one, we lost two'

    FT: Man Utd 1-1 Liverpool

    Manchester United

    Manchester United striker Marcus Rashford speaking to BBC Sport: "They have gained a point today. We lost two points. It's disappointing because it's such a big game on a big occasion. Now we lift our heads up and go again on Thursday.

    "You always think positively as a player. You hope it will start a run for us. We are not in the best position and every point matters. Today we lost two. We brought the pressure on ourselves as we stopped playing the balls which hurt them in the first half. If we attack for 90 minutes there are not many teams who can handle us but if we take our foot off the gas...

    "Now we have to forget this game and go in the Europa League and hopefully get a win."

  6. 'Players have to develop'

    Man Utd 1-1 Liverpool

    Gary Neville discussing Marcus Rashford on Sky Sports: "I thought he looked beat two weeks ago. I felt he needed to come out of the team. The international break has done him good. He looked like himself.

    "He's still young. Players have to develop. United have to make a decision - they have to buy but not necessarily at the expense of Marcus Rashford. Of course he needs help."

  7. Post update

    BBC One

    That's my job done for the day.

    Don't forget you can watch highlights and goals from yesterday's games, as well as today's, on Match of the Day 2 at 22:30 BST on BBC One.

    I'll leave you with a recap of the best reaction.

  8. A few things to check out...

    Phil McNulty's report from Old Trafford is up on the website.

    Keep an eye out for reaction from the managers which will follow and analysis from Match of the Day pundits.

    Man Utd Women also beat Man City Women in the cup today so you can read about that here.

  9. 'Without VAR I am 100% sure Atkinson would have blown'

    FT: Man Utd 1-1 Liverpool

    BBC Radio 5 Live

    Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp speaking to BBC Radio 5 Live on VAR: "I think a lot of people thought it was a foul, I think most people thought it was a foul. I am sure it was a foul. Mr Atkinson let the game go on because he knew we had VAR. As soon as they scored they checked it but then it was not obvious because with a challenge you cannot always be 100% sure but without VAR I am 100% sure Atkinson would have blown for a foul.

    "It’s great for offside and handball but for these situations we have not got it right yet. I was so confident that it was going to be overturned but then it has to change that not many decisions are overturned.

    "Look at Manchester City yesterday it was so clear and obvious that De Bruyne was pushed and if I am saying Manchester City should have had a penalty then it must have been a penalty."

  10. 'Get Kane'

    Man Utd 1-1 Liverpool

    Roy Keane discussing what Manchester United are lacking on Sky Sports:

    "Just go and get Kane from Spurs.

    "It's simple."

  11. 'It was a proper Old Trafford night'

    FT: Man Utd 1-1 Liverpool

    BBC Radio 5 Live

    Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer on BBC Radio 5 Live: "You can say that it’s a bonus we made them look at tactics. When you get teams doing something different to what they normally do then you know you have executed your plan. But then they still caused us problems second half and we struggled with possession and that was why we were tired."

    Is it a turning point? "We do have a belief in these boys and the attitude and desire is there. The injured boys are on their way back and the atmosphere here was amazing. It was a proper Old Trafford night. We started on the front foot, it’s not always pretty but it’s about getting the results."

  12. 'Fact' rant from Benitez

    Man Utd 1-1 Liverpool

    Simon Stone

    BBC Sport at Old Trafford

    Rafael Benitez was Liverpool manager when he came out with his infamous 'facts' rant in response to Sir Alex Ferguson chipping away at him in the media.

    Now Jurgen Klopp has used the F-word in discussing Manchester United's tactics.

    "They just defend," said the Liverpool boss. "It is no criticism. It's just a fact."

  13. 'We can't look too far to future'

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    Manchester United

    More from Ole Gunnar Solskjaer: "It's important to get results. That's the only way to grow confidence. A win would have been great but a draw is a step in the right direction.

    "You can't look too far in the future. We need to win more games and today was a lost opportunity. We move on to the next one. A win in Partizan would be a massive step towards qualifying in the Europa League, then we have difficult league games against Norwich and Bournemouth. But we're working hard on their mindsets.

    "As a manager you want results now - you can't lose four, five or six games on the bounce. We're looking to win games as soon as possible. Today was a step in the right direction but just not enough."

    On the lack of a free-kick to Liverpool in the build-up to Rashford's goal: "It's maybe a slight touch but it's not a clear and obvious error. It's still a man's game with tackles allowed, and the second one [Sadio Mane's disallowed goal] was a handball. Today we were on the right end of the VAR decisions."

  14. 'Rashford can't get better as a target man'

    Man Utd 1-1 Liverpool

    Gary Neville discussing Marcus Rashford on Sky Sports: "I thought he looked beat two weeks ago. I felt he needed to come out of the team. The international break has done him good. He looked like himself.

    "He's still young. Players have to develop. United have to make a decision - they have to buy but not necessarily at the expense of Marcus Rashford. Of course he needs help."

    Former manager Jose Mourinho added: "When we beat Liverpool a couple of years ago, we played with Rashford and Romelu Lukaku up front. He is not a target man, he is a man of movement.

    "I do not think he is a pure nine. If Ole is going to play him as he did today then I think he is the perfect player for him.

    "He's young but he is experienced. With 21 years he probably has more matches than some players who are 24, 25. For me he is potentially a very good player, in some models and in some positions.

    "As a number nine I don't think he has the 30 goals a season in him. I don't think he can get better as a target man. To be better as a target man is difficult for him."

  15. 'Today was a lost opportunity'

    Man Utd 1-1 Liverpool

    Manchester United

    Man Utd manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, speaking to Sky Sports: "It was an easy goal to concede. To concede a cross on the six-yard line is disappointing. I thought we had just started creating the counter-attacks so it's disappointing.

    "We have pace. Dan James and Marcus Rashford are exceptionally quick and they will cause problems for anyone. Those two and Andreas Pereira were very good and I'm pleased with how they performed their task.

    "Marcus's movement all game was good - that was maybe one of his best games for us. He was strong and they are the kind of goals we want from him. We had a little video session yesterday and exactly that happened.

    "It was a great response from the boys. We have a team that works for each other and maybe this will turn their season. They are disappointed because they feel we should have won. Our fans showed they can see what's happening and we will get there."

  16. 'It was a hearty performance'

    FT: Man Utd 1-1 Liverpool

    BBC Radio 5 Live

    Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer on BBC Radio 5 Live: "It is a great feeling for a manager to see the players are giving everything they have got but their goal was a moment of tiredness, it was towards the end so naturally we were mentally and physically tired.

    "We did not deal with it well, we did not clear the cross, we did not clear our lines. Just before that we had a some great counter attacks so it was a very good, a very hearty performance. We gave everything."

    On Marcus Rashford: "It was a fantastic goal. We have been asking Daniel James and Marcus Rashford to run and have a lot of energy. I thought it was their best performance of the season."

  17. As it stands

    FT: Man Utd 1-1 Liverpool

    Here's how things stand in the table.

    Liverpool are still six points clear at the top.

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    Manchester United, who started the day a point above the relegation zone, have jumped up a little but only to 13th place.

    They are 15 points behind Liverpool.

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  18. 'Referee needs praising'

    FT: Man Utd 1-1 Liverpool

    Manchester United

    More from Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to BBC Sport: “I thought the referee needs praising. It's not often we do that. He let it be a derby game, it wasn't like you couldn't touch anyone."

    Should United's goal have been disallowed?

    "It's never a foul. I don't think Keano [Roy Keane] would say that's a foul.

    "You can't improve every game because we started well against Chelsea. But we're on the right path. We need to improve our away form."

    Will he play a 5-3-2 again?

    "We can do again. it was a little bit of who's fit and who's in form. Axel was supposed to start but he was injured in the warm-up. Rojo played well. We don't really have midfielders fit. We might play it again, we might not."

  19. 'It should have been three'

    FT: Man Utd 1-1 Liverpool

    Manchester United

    Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to BBC Sport: “I wouldn’t say frustration because then you look more to the execution of the plan and the efforts of the players. Today is disappointment on the players’ behalf. They were excellent.

    “You can see the fitness, we’re getting fitter and fitter. The players are disappointed in the dressing room which is a good sign. They're not excited at a point against Liverpool. It should have been three.

    “Liverpool are a good team and pushed us back but didn’t feel they created too many big opportunities. It looked like we could have got a second goal on the counter. The cross should have been blocked or cleared. These things against good teams cost you - and it cost us two points today,

    “It's a good performance to move forward with.

    “The aggression, attitude and desire has been fantastic. The pressing, we’re getting better at pressing teams back. The fans were unbelievable."

  20. 'Klopp didn't like the menu' - Mourinho

    Man Utd 1-1 Liverpool

    Jose Mourinho reacting to Jurgen Klopp's post-match interview on Sky Sports: "He [Klopp] didn't like the menu.

    "He likes meat and he got fish.

    "United, with the limitations they have at the moment, they played with five at the back, were solid and didn't give the chance of transition. Jurgen Klopp didn't like the menu.

    "They [Liverpool] missed quality to play against a team with a low block.

    "They have a fantastic record of so many victories. But they have limitations against teams with low blocks. They can smash opponents that play the way they want to play against.

    "Jurgen clearly has frustrations. It's a fantastic situation for his team. But at Old Trafford - which is a special place to win - he [Klopp] never did it."