Klopp praises ‘exceptional and ruthless’ Liverpool in win over United

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Daily Mail published this video item, entitled “Klopp praises ‘exceptional and ruthless’ Liverpool in win over United” – below is their description.

MANCHESTER UNITED 0-5 LIVERPOOL – MARTIN SAMUEL AT OLD TRAFFORD: It was always going to happen, but not like this. There was always going to be a level of inadequacy from which Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s Manchester United could not return. It was just that few expected it would manifest itself so spectacularly as a four-goal half-time deficit at home to their bitterest rivals, ultimately becoming a five-goal defeat. Liverpool were brilliant, that should go without saying. Yet they are brilliant most weeks, and against inferior players, too. They are not usually leading by four at half-time, though. It takes two to dance that tango and Manchester United were willing partners. Their chaotic back line, their soft-as-marshmallow midfield were as much of part of this result as Liverpool’s speed, invention and devastating finishing. These teams pose as equals but this was a mismatch. This was a day of reckoning from which Solskjaer may never recover. Ole’s at the wheel. Yes, but so was the quartermaster of the Titanic.

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