Liverpool Miss Chance To Regain Top Spot After Draw Vs Man United


Liverpool missed the chance to go back to the summit ahead of rivals Manchester United after the two sides played out a goalless draw at Anfield on Sunday.

A fairly lifeless encounter sparked into life with 15 minutes to go when both Alisson and David de Gea both produced some fine saves.

The draw meant United remained top, two points clear of Leicester and three ahead of Liverpool – who failed to score for the third game in a row and have not won in four.

The Reds started with the greater intensity, with Andrew Robertson blazing over the bar before Roberto Firmino also shot wide.

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United looked a threat on the break, but Liverpool were bossing midfield without creating any real openings.

United came close to taking an undeserved lead in the 35th minute when Luke Shaw was chopped down 25 yards out, but Bruno Fernandes curled the resulting free-kick a yard wide.

Firmino had another shooting chance on…

Source: Complete Sports