Klopp ripped VAR for upholding Marcus Rashford's first-half goal , which the English forward scored by capping a counter-attacking move that began when Man United defender Victor Lindelof appeared to foul Liverpool striker Divock Origi.
Was a foul. We take that. We couldn't change it anymore.
It's just the situation. It's just a general problem. The looks at it and says, 'Oh, you decided it like this. That's possible. But it was a foul, and they didn't decide it.
That is the situation. We didn't lose but it was an obvious foul. Yes, there is contact, I'm sure they said that but it is not a 'clear foul? It makes no sense. For me, it was so clear. I calmed the bench down because I was so sure it would be disallowed.
Atkinson let it go because somebody else could make a decision, and they didn't make the decision because they thought the referee had made the decision. Solskjaer told Klopp said it was a foul on Origi "No chance.
We are not playing basketball. Liverpool retained 68 percent of possession in Mo Salah's injury absence , but just four of its 10 shots were on target.
Klopp owed that to United's defense-first approach, which he said has been the case in each of Liverpool's recent matches against its rivals -- whether under Solskjaer or predecessor Jose Mourinho.
They just defend. It's OK. Just a fact.
After Sunday's draw, he remains winless at Old Trafford. Considering how close the margins were between the sides last season, Rashford's upheld goal could represent a turning point in the title race.
The English Premier League leaders preserved their undefeated season Sunday, drawing rival Manchester United at Old Trafford on second-half substitute Adam Lallana's 85th-minute equalizer. Sadio Mane scores for Liverpool but it's disallowed as the ball hit him on the arm.