A stacked defense was what anyone expected from Mourinho's Manchester United, so it's surprising that Liverpool were fairly unprepared for it. Later on, his assist for Jesse Lingard completely broke the champions.
Tottenham and Chelsea took advantage of Liverpool's loss in the battle for the top four with comfortable wins, but Spurs' 4-1 success at Bournemouth was marred by a nasty-looking ankle injury suffered by Harry Kane. "I am upset with the reaction they had with Scott McTominay, a kid who was making all the right decisions and they want him to make the wrong decisions", he said.
"In the second half - in my opinion it was Liverpool controlling with the ball and United controlling without the ball".
"He plays like he has already played five or six years in the Premier League - but he is still young". "Of course, it was fundamental". "He is improving a lot in training".
"I think this was a chance that we didn't want to lose and we made".
"With Romelu Lukaku, he can win the headers sometimes - we did it afterwards [won the headers], but in these two situations we didn't".
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The 27-year-old, who had found himself three over through eight holes of his opening round, told europeantour.com: "I'm ecstatic". All in all, a good finish for the spectators and I am sure we are looking forward to the 2019 edition of the Hero Indian Open.
And the England global believes he will be better prepared if he finds himself on the sidelines again. In the last few months, that has not happened for him, and he was feeling that a bit with his self-confidence.
Liverpool are still alive in the Champions League this season, but questions have been asked of the Reds letting both Philippe Coutinho and Daniel Sturridge leave in the January transfer window without replacing either player.
The youngster cut inside and blasted a finish past Loris Karius and got his second when confusion in the box ended with the ball falling to Rashford and he converted from just inside the box. Fellaini in fact played for nearly half an hour, including six minutes of injury time, after replacing goalscorer Marcus Rashford in the 69th minute. In training is where I'm doing most of my learning.
"We have eight more games and 24 points to play for, but Seville and Brighton are "live or die" games, so the next two are much more important than this one".
"I like the fact he stands up for himself too - if someone kicks him, he can handle himself and he does not seem very bothered by it".