Man United played with 10-and-a-half men vs. Liverpool - Solskjaer

Patrick Davison sat down with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer ahead of United's clash against Liverpool on Super Sunday

Patrick Davison sat down with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer ahead of United's clash against Liverpool on Super Sunday

"Honestly, I don't care too much because at the end of the day I am trying to help the team win games and I am still top scorer in the Premier League so I'm happy about that".

Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer knows Manchester City will be backing them today against Liverpool.

United arguably had the best chances of the half, with Alisson required to make an unbelievable save to deny Lingard, but the break came with the scores level. "Three hamstrings in the first half?"

Multiple injuries to Herrera, Mata and Lingard forced Solskjaer into making three first half substitutions, on top of Matic and Martial missing the game through injury, made it very tough for United but we came through.

Lingard had himself only been brought on to replace Mata, but left the field just 17 minutes later as the hosts saw their game-plan torn up by poor fortune.

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Marcus Rashford suffered an ankle injury in an early challenge from Jordan Henderson but played the full 90 minutes after Solskjaer - who had lost Nemanja Matic in the build-up - ran out of replacements. I do think he's one of the areas United can look at on Sunday.

Clearly recognising that he had upset Klopp, Henderson returned to the sideline seconds later and attempted to make amends but the German made his anger known. For Liverpool, the point is enough to move them past Manchester City at the summit but it will be seen as a chance missed in the title race.

Liverpool convincingly won 3-1 during the last time that the two clubs faced off in the league last December.

David de Gea says that Manchester United against Liverpool is "the biggest game in England".

Paul Pogba, the man in form in midfield, will start in an attacking midfield role, while Scott McTominay and Ander Herrera will play in the central midfield role and protect the defence.

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