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By Emma Sanders

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  1. '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."

  2. 'It was always going to happen'

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    More from Jurgen Klopp on Sky Sports: "Man Utd had momentum in the first half because they were purely there to defend us. We should have done much better but it's obviously easier to play like that than to pass through those lines. In the second half we changed a little and it was better.

    "It's just a point. Since I'm in England Man Utd always played like this. We could do better and we will be better in the future but now we have to take it like it is. Everyone builds it up like a mountain but only one team has to defend and the other team has to make the game. It's not the feeling that we won something today - it's just a point."

    On the end of his team's 17-game winning run: "It was always going to happen at some point - we never thought about this. These boys are in so many departments of Liverpool history. Now we can stop talking about that and start a new series and we have to. They are coming thick and fast."

  3. 'Ole should be proud'

    Man Utd 1-1 Liverpool

    Jose Mourinho speaking on Sky Sports: "I think Jurgen Klopp tried to give different problems for United to solve. He gave them problems and got a reward from it. At the same time, I think Ole and United after such a fantastic effort will feel disappointed after one mistake cost them two points.

    "They had a plan, they stuck to it and at half-time it was whether they could keep that intensity for 90 minutes. They couldn't and probably the result is fair.

    "If I was Ole I would be proud."

  4. 'It was a clear foul'

    Man Utd 1-1 Liverpool


    Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp, speaking to Sky Sports: "The result is OK. It's not what we wanted but we have to be happy given how the game developed. The first half I didn't like because we gave Man Utd the chance to do what they want to do - to put us under pressure and be aggressive. They were not better than we were but they did what they wanted to do.

    "They scored a goal which shows all the problems with VAR. Mr Atkinson let the game run I'm sure because there is VAR. For me it was a clear foul. It's a general problem. VAR looks and says 'you decided like this'. But it was a foul. Then we scored a goal that was disallowed. Pretty much everything went against us but we still didn't lose so that is OK.

    "We were in charge 100% towards the end. We wanted a different result but to do that you have to play better."

  5. 'If Liverpool score earlier they win' - Neville

    Man Utd 1-1 Liverpool

    Gary Neville speaking on Sky Sports: "We didn't think United would be anywhere near as positive as they were.

    "I think Ole surprised us. He's been questioned about whether he can get it right against the big manegers and he did today.

    "United will be happy. Ole will be happy and Liverpool will be thinking why didn't we get the goal earlier?

    "United are fragile, very fragile, and if Liverpool had scored earlier they would have gone on to win that game."

  6. 'Make sure it doesn't happen again'

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    Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson to BBC Sport: "No excuses. We've got to be better than we were in the first half. If you're not, you get punished.

    "We kept fighting, we've got a point and we'll move on.

    "We knew it would be a tough game. They have some top, top players. The form might not be what they want but in any given game - with the fans behind them - we knew it would be difficult. We'll be disappointed by the performance, learn from it and make sure it doesn't happen again.

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    Shane O'Neill: Moral of the story, Mr Solskjaer. Play an attacking formation and you have the European champions on the back foot. Revert to a defensive formation and it all falls apart.

    Ola Adedoyin: Liverpool were there for the taken today and with more quality in the team Man Utd could have easily won. That being, that was a good spirited performance!

  8. 'We should win this game'

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    Manchester United

    Man Utd striker Marcus Rashford speaking to Sky Sports: "We deserved the three points. I don't think they were good enough to get a draw out of the game or a win but this is football. It was a big opportunity missed and we just fell short. Hopefully in mid-week we can get a win and it will start a run for us.

    On the formation and split strikers: "It wasn't a big change to what we were doing at the start of the season. It was a bit more back to normal. It was good to have that stability but disappointed we didn't get the three points. I didn't know what was going on to be honest. I didn't see anything in the build-up as to why it wouldn't be a goal.

    "There have been other games where we have been very unlucky. It was fine margins. We can play a lot better, especially in attack. There is still a lot of work to do but I think we should win this game today."

  9. 'Liverpool got away with one'

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    Graeme Souness speaking on Sky Sports: "I think United will take a lot from that game.

    "They've turned up today. They were organised and carried a threat against a good team.

    "Liverpool weren't at their best - United did a good job on Liverpool's full-backs, fair play to United.

    "I think Liverpool got away with one today."

  10. 'We always play against a wall'

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    Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp speaking to BBC Sport: "We were good enough for a point. We gave Man Utd an opportunity to play the way they wanted to play with five at the back etc. They were hardworking. Our orientation wasn't good enough. We felt under pressure when we weren't and could have turned inside at some opportunities.

    "The first goal I think everyone can agree it was a foul but with VAR it is not a clear foul. That is the situation. We didn't lose but it was an obvious foul. There was clear contact and Divock Origi goes down. They carried on and counter-attacked. Yes, there is contact, I'm sure they said that but it is not a 'clear foul?' That doesn't work. That's just not how it should be.

    "Then we got a disallowed goal. I didn't see it back but it was probably handball but everything just seemed to go against us. We changed a little bit our formation and had these moments. Then we scored the goal and was in charge of the game. The stadium was silent and people probably thought Liverpool would score but we take the point and move on.

    "We always play against the wall. We need to do better but it is how it is. I don't think Man Utd can play like this if the other team doesn't have the ball as much. We play very often against a team like this. Maybe we can do better. One point is completely fine. We carry on."

  11. Post update

    I should have known Adam Lallana would do the business.

    That was his second Premier League goal at Old Trafford. His first was an 89th-minute equaliser for Southampton in a 1-1 draw on 19 October 2013 (assisted by Dejan Lovren).

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    SMS Message: United had 32% possession and 2 shots on target at home. Is that what counts for a good performance these days? from David, High Wycombe
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    SMS Message: Liverpool were awful but still the better team. Utd will be celebrating the point like they've won the champions league, despite hanging on for 50 minutes. from Eddy, Devon
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  13. Post update

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    Robbie Savage

    Ex-Wales midfielder on BBC Radio 5 Live

    Roberto Firmino had an impact in the goal with his run to the near post. He tried to flick it on. The run and desire to get there has caused United players to switch off.

    Even though he was not at his best, he had an impact in the goal.

  14. Man of the match?

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    Man Utd v Liverpool

    Were you impressed by the Manchester United players? Did any of the Liverpool players stand out? Rate them out of 10 here.

  15. 'That could be a big point'

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    Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson: "I'm delighted for Adam [Lallana] because he works hard and he deserves a bit of luck. He saved us with his goal and that could be a big point. We could have been better today and in the second half we were much better but if you can't win, don't lose.

    "It was quite scrappy in the first half and we weren't playing football. In the second half we caused them more problems and were pushing for the winner but couldn't find it."

    On the lack of a free-kick in the build-up to Marcus Rashford's goal: "I felt the referee gave a lot of similar type of free-kicks to them in the first half and he didn't give it to us. But we've got to defend the goal better so that's no excuse. Our level wasn't up to our normal level."

  16. Post update

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    Liverpool fall one game short of equalling the Premier League record of 18 consecutive wins set by Manchester City.

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    SMS Message: Got to acknowledge that Ole took an injury-hit squad, sized the league leaders up with their 100% record, changed his formation and was only 5 minutes and a defensive slip away from beating them. Not out of his depth at all. Just give him more time. from Doug, Leyland
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    SMS Message: Watching how bad Liverpool played today, getting a point at one of our toughest away games all season is a good result. from Liam, Dronfield
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  18. 'We are still unbeaten'

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    Liverpool goalscorer Adam Lallana speaking to Sky Sports:

    What were your instructions from manager Jurgen Klopp? "Just make an impact. We had 25 minutes left. We weren't at our best today so you look to the bench to make a change. Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain was extremely good when he came on. If we want to win the title we will need the squad not just a starting XI. Form goes out the window in these games.

    "It felt that we controlled the game when I was on, certainly after the first 10 minutes and at the end I thought we were the only team who would go on and get all three points.

    On not losing the game: "It's huge. We have come to Old Trafford and got a point. We would probably have taken that at the beginning of the season and we are still unbeaten. There are huge positives to take considering we weren't at our best today.

  19. 'Young just stopped'

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    Robbie Savage

    Ex-Wales midfielder on BBC Radio 5 Live

    Liverpool didn't play well although they had more possession. United sat back and went to a 5-4-1.

    Defensively that goal could be stopped. Ashley Young just stopped. He didn't sense danger. Lallana ran off him and put it into the empty net.

    I thought Daniel James did well for Manchester United.

  20. Handshakes all round

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    Simon Stone

    BBC Sport at Old Trafford

    Jurgen Klopp makes a point of shaking everyone's hand before heading to the Liverpool fans to give them a wave.

    His 100% record may have gone and there may have been a contention over Manchester United's goal but I suspect the Liverpool boss will be relatively satisfied given his side were nowhere near their best,

    It looked like Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain was having a bit of banter with some Manchester United fans as he headed off.