Dare to dream, Klopp tells Liverpool after leaving Man Utd in shade

Tanya Simon
January 20, 2020

Marcus Rashford has been ruled out of Manchester United's Premier League clash with Liverpool at Anfield on Sunday. "I wouldn't expect him to be back in the next few weeks".

Liverpool manager Juergen Klopp felt his side should have beaten Manchester United by a more emphatic scoreline that Sunday's (Jan 19) 2-0 victory but was still left eulogising his team's "sensational football".

- When does the transfer window close? He won't be back until after the mid-season break.

"I think the reason for Mohamed Salah's success is that the Liverpool players enjoy playing with each other and the front three are selfless", Hyppia said, as quoted by beIN Sports.

Solskjaer also said United could look for a new striker as the window transfer window remains open until January 31.

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James Park on Saturday. "I've never known anything quite like it over the last few weeks so we're due". They defended with everything but we absolutely controlled it".

"It happened against Wolverhampton (Wednesday's FA Cup win) and it is not something that has happened before". We might look at some short-term deals. "We are looking at numbers and if the right one is there for us then something might be possible".

The injury would also put Rashford in doubt for Gareth Southgate's England squad for the March friendlies against Italy and Denmark.

Liverpool star Mohamed Salah has talked about his side's chances of winning the Premier League title after defeating Manchester United.

"We struggled last season during the same time, so we just have to remain calm and focus on every game", he added.

'That's why that guy there is not good enough for Man United'. "In the past I would have gone insane, but now I'm calm", he said. "I would have preferred we're 2, 3, 4-0 up after 60 minutes - good for nerves", said the German, with his trademark grin. "As a team we worked together as a unit", he said.

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