Klopp argued that Mourinho’s side had played for a point.
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Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho and Liverpool counterpart Jurgen Klopp pointed the finger of blame at each other after their teams' much-anticipated showdown ended in a forgettable 0-0 draw.Having averaged 3.2 goals per game prior to Saturday's game, United changed tack for the trip to Anfield, producing an extremely cautious display that moved Klopp to assert the visitors had played for a point.United's approach was in stark contrast to that of Manchester City, who routed Stoke City 7-2 to go two points clear of their title rivals at the Premier League summit, but Mourinho said Klopp had been jointly responsible. In a post-match television interview, Klopp said Mourinho's defensive tactics would not be tolerated from a Liverpool manager.The result kept Liverpool seven points below United and left them nine points behind leaders City.While Klopp defended his team's display, his comments indicated he does not consider his side to be on United's level.
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