Liverpool remained frustrated in the midst of a top battle with Manchester United after referee Paul Tearney whistled early in half-time with Sadio Mané’s goal.
The Reds completely dominated the opening 45 minutes in Anfield.
Jurgen Klopp’s men took nine shots for each shot of Jurgen, retaining 66% of ownership.
However, Liverpool couldn’t seize the opportunity, and when Tierney’s whistle rang, it was arguably the most likely match.
One minute was added at the end of the first half.
But 54 seconds later, Tierney blew the whistle, as Manet struck darts behind Manchester United’s Back 4 between Aaron Wan Bisaka and Victor Lindelof.
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In United Defense ball watching, Manet bowed and scored a goal for David de Gea.
However, with six seconds left in the first half, Tierney whistled, enough time for Manet to touch and unleash his efforts to reach the goal.
In half-time, Graeme Souness said talking about Sky Sports was “frustrating” for Liverpool.
Elsewhere on Sunday, Manchester United fans were shocked after Roy Keane dropped the bomb.
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With Tottenham’s 3-1 defeat to Sheffield United, all eyes are now focused on Liverpool vs Manchester United.
And in the game build-up, Keane admitted that he grew up as a fan of the Spurs.
Keane said: “Grown up in Ireland, you were a fan of Manchester United or Liverpool … or Celtic.
“Curiously, I supported the Spurs. I don’t know why, but I did.”
In his 2002 autobiography, Keane had already acknowledged his love for Spurs as a child.
He repeated it at the 2015 charity event, claiming that Tottenham had a “soft spot.”
Manchester United vs Liverpool ref Tierney blows early in halftime and Reds ace Sadio Mané scores a goal
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