"You know this is quite amusing for me because I think when people speak about big atmospheres, it looks like we don't like, it looks like it's a problem for us to go to a certain place and to face a big atmosphere - this is what we want", Mourinho told reporters on Friday. But this was very measured positivity from Liverpool today. Despite his side having previously matched leaders Manchester City stride for stride, United manager Jose Mourinho resorted to familiar spoiling tactics that meant his team registered just one shot on target.
The gap to the leading Manchester clubs is already seven points, and defeat today would extend that to 10.
Neville says Mourinho must change his style of play away to the so-called "top six" to land the Premier League title in his second season in charge.
"I said it was obvious they had a more defensive approach, I think that was obvious, but that's completely fine", he said.
Consider the criticism harsh or not, Lukaku is doing little to prove that he can actually perform against the likes of Liverpool. "Manchester United came here for a point and got it", said Klopp, who was missing key forward Sadio Mane through injury.
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Last season's 0-0 draw at Anfield, as desperately boring as it was, carried a different meaning for United because back then, Mourinho had just begun to impose his blueprint on the club and stopping Liverpool scoring at that point was an achievement in itself.
"Yeah, I'll play with one defender and nine strikers", he said. It's not that we play on different planets, it's not that they are really good and we don't find the entrance of the stadium.
Following a severely underwhelming debut season on the Premier League front last term, Mourinho's Manchester United are making up for lost time and have set the early pace alongside local rivals City so far. "We had one shot on goal, for you and the experts it is easy to speak but it is more hard from the sidelines", the 54-year-old said.
The Red Devils are also still unbeaten in the league this campaign.
"You will see, United will not lose a lot of games in this season", he added.
"Liverpool will be more interested in Arsenal's results - maybe Chelsea and Tottenham - although those two probably think they're capable of catching the two Manchester clubs".