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Here's all you need to know after Liverpool and Manchester United drew 0-0 in the EPL.
TWEET OF THE MATCH
"Drab affair that. No risks taken by either team. Loads of huffing and puffing. Point at Anfield would have been taken before the game though" - former Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand (@rioferdy5) was happy with the draw but not the spectacle.
David De Gea. On a night when Philippe Coutinho and Ander Herrera impressed, Manchester United's No.1 made the most crucial contribution. De Gea produced a fine stop to deny Emre Can and did even better when clawing away a long-range Coutinho effort.
MOMENT OF THE MATCH
Coutinho is never afraid to try his luck from distance and took aim with a superb curling effort from 30 yards. De Gea, though, was alert and agile enough to turn the exceptional effort wide in front of the Kop.
Anthony Taylor was under intense scrutiny in the build-up, with the Manchester-based referee's appointment dissected by many within the game, even United boss Jose Mourinho. He kept his cool at Anfield and, despite angering some home fans at times, did not rush to any rash decisions.
Loris Karius 5
Nathaniel Clyne: 5
Dejan Lovren: 6
Joel Matip: 6
James Milner: 6
Jordan Henderson: 6
Emre Can:. 6
Sadio Mane: 5
Roberto Firmino: 6
Philippe Coutinho: 7
Daniel Sturridge: 4
Alberto Moreno (on for Milner, 85): 5
Adam Lallana (on for Sturridge, 60): 7
Divock Origi (on for Firmino, 85): 5
David de Gea: 7
Antonio Valencia: 5
Chris Smalling: 6
Eric Bailly: 6
Daley Blind: 5
Paul Pogba: 4
Ander Herrera: 7
Marouane Fellaini: 4
Ashley Young: 5
Zlatan Ibrahimovic: 5
Marcus Rashford: 4
Wayne Rooney (on for Rashford, 77): 5
Luke Shaw (on for Young, 90): 4
WHO'S UP NEXT?
Liverpool v West Brom (Premier League, Saturday, October 22)
Manchester United v Fenerbahce (Europa League, Thursday, October 20).