Liverpool manager, Jurgen Klopp, has praised his side’s display despite a 0-0 draw with Manchester United on Sunday.
The result preserved the Reds’ unbeaten home league run which now stands at 68 games.
Klopp’s men failed to test David de Gea in goal for United and for the first time since March 2005, the Anfield side have failed to score in three consecutive league matches.
“We have a point more than before the game.
“The performance was good enough to win but to win a game you have to score goals and we didn’t do that, that’s why we had that result,” Klopp told reporters after the game
Pressed for an explanation on his goal-shy Liverpool attack, Klopp added: “There is nothing fundamentally different, just the result is different. We try and score and we try not to not score.”