Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was impressed with his players after they stopped Liverpool from making it 18 wins in a row in the Premier League.
According to the report from popular British media outlet Metro, Manchester United boss, Solskjaer told his players to maintain the same level of performance in future games.
Against all odds, Solskjaer and his players were able to stop the 17-game winning run by Liverpool after the two teams played out a 1-1 draw.
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Immediately after the game, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer called on his players to continue to deliver the same level of performance while he was addressing them in the dressing room.
Manchester United were a few minutes away from recording a big win over Liverpool before second half substitute Adam Lallana salvaged a point for the visitors with his first Premier League goal in almost two years.
Manchester United had taken a first half lead through England international Marcus Rashford in a controversial manner after the Liverpool players felt that striker Divock Origi was fouled by Manchester United centre back Victor Lindelof in the buildup to the goal scored by the hosts.
Adam Lallana came off the bench for Liverpool skipper Jordan Henderson and he was able to snatch a point for his team.