Man Utd boss Solskjaer told his players one thing in dressing room after Liverpool draw | Football | Sport
United played well for the majority of their clash with Liverpool, who had been on a 17-game winning streak.
Marcus Rashford opened the scoring during the first half with a tap-in after Daniel James’ brilliantly timed cross into the box.
Rashford had linked up with his fellow forwards brilliantly during the first period as he spear-headed United’s counter-attacks.
Liverpool couldn’t find their rhythm but they began to put their passes together in the second half before equalising late on.
Andrew Robertson put a teasing ball into the area for Adam Lallana to calmly prod into the back of the net at the far post.
And despite having dropped two points late on in the game, the Metro say that Solskjaer was incredibly pleased with the performance.
They also state that Solskjaer told his players that they played the way he wanted them to moving forward.
United have only won twice in nine games this season in the Premier League and they’ve ended up on the losing side three times.
Only Chelsea and Leicester have lost to United, who spent £150million in the summer transfer window on Harry Maguire, Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Daniel James.
United’s next game is against Partizan Belgrade in the Europa League, before they take on Norwich on Sunday in the Premier League.