Jurgen Klopp told BBC radio 5Live last night that Manchester United stopped being a football team when Marouane Fellaini came off the bench.
The Belgian battering ram stood up top with Zlatan Ibrahimovic and his team-mates pumped long-balls to him right until the death.
It earned United a late draw, with the similarly giant Swede nodding in very late – which was disappointing after we had more of the chances throughout following James Milner opener from the spot.
— BBC 606 (@bbc606) January 15, 2017
A draw at Old Trafford is not a bad result, but it does leave us seven points behind Chelsea, who romped to a 3-0 win at Leicester City.
We’re now also level on points with Spurs, who are playing terrifically at the moment and come to Anfield halfway through February.
We face Chelsea at the end of this month, and if we do have genuine title aspirations, we likely need to beat both.