Liverpool manager Juergen Klopp and Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho at the end of the match(Reuters / Phil Noble)
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United had their backs to the wall in October 2016, successive defeats against Manchester City and Watford having snuffed out their early-season optimism, and were content to chisel out a 0-0 draw.Mourinho's men have been similarly imperious in the Champions League, scoring seven goals in one-sided wins over Basel and CSKA Moscow, and average 3.2 goals per game in all competitions.Stung by the 'ghost goal' by Luis Garcia that knocked his Chelsea team out of the Champions League in 2005, he celebrated provocatively when Chelsea's 2-0 win at Anfield imperilled Liverpool's title bid in 2014 .Mane's absence increases the burden on Mohamed Salah, who failed to make the grade under Mourinho at Chelsea before enjoying a career renaissance in Italy.He has scored six goals in his first 11 Liverpool games and goes into Saturday's match after scoring the stoppage-time penalty against Congo that ended Egypt's 28-year wait to qualify for a World Cup.
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