Klopp's woes at Old Trafford continue

Liverpool has not won a single Premier League match under Jurgen Klopp at Old Trafford. Since his arrival, the Reds have drawn four times and lost once.

Jurgen Klopp gestures during Liverpool's 1-1 draw with Manchester United at Old Trafford in the Premier League on Sunday.   -  Getty Images

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp's winless streak at Old Trafford continued as his side played out a 1-1 draw with Manchester United on Sunday.

Liverpool's last victory away to United came way back in 2014, when the then Brendan Rodgers-managed side claimed a 3-0 win. Klopp, though, has tasted no success at Old Trafford and has failed to secure a single win in five matches. Under him, Liverpool has drawn on four occasions and lost once.

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On Sunday, Marcus Rashford put United ahead in the 36th minute and Sadio Mane seemed to have restored parity soon after but his goal was disallowed after VAR showed that he had handled the ball. Adam Lallana saved Liverpool from the blushes as he tapped home Andy Robertson's low cross in the 85th minute.

While we're still in the early stages of the Premier League title race -- Liverpool has a six-point lead over Manchester City -- but a point dropped here could hurt the Reds towards the business end of the season. Liverpool enjoyed a near flawless campaign last year but fell just short of the title -- by a sole point.

Making matter worse for Klopp is the fact that United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, who's United has endured its worst start to a season in 23 years, has racked up more points than the German from his opening 50 matches.

And while United did end Liverpool's bid to equal Manchester City's record of 18 consecutive Premier League wins, set in 2017, the side held on to its record of not losing a Premier League home game after leading at half-time since May 1984.

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