Man Utd beat Liverpool, Barcelona continue title march


Jose Mourinho's Manchester United prevail over Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool, Barcelona continue title tilt despite Lionel Messi's absence while Juventus grab the initiative in the race for a seventh straight scudetto.

Marcus Rashford insists he has not been fazed by his spell out of the Manchester United team. Two Marcus Rashford goals from the only two shots on target were quite a Mourinho-esque way to seal the match, as Eric Bailly scored an unfortunate own goal in the second half.

"He doesn't have to (speak to me)", said the forward. In the first half, the game gave us the opportunity to be direct, fast and score goals, more than we did.

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho said that he was happy with his team's "always in control" performance versus cross town rivals Liverpool. That power shift south looks likely to end, as the two Manchester clubs, plus Liverpool, look set to take up the top four places for the near future.

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Thankfully, the Croat offered himself up for sacrifice, seeming to go on a one-man mission to ensure that his Reds side, indeed, did not play to earn a point - they played to lose all three. West Ham's 3-0 thumping by Burnley at the London Stadium was marred by unsavoury scenes as disgruntled Hammers' fans invaded the pitch, chanted expletives at the club's management, and hurled coins at the owners.

"First of all, we don't need to concede the two goals in the first half; for the rest, it was hard to break them down, they sit and hope for the best on the break".

"That's modern football. You have to live in the moment and cope with it". "Just because City are having a successful season doesn't mean United's season has to be a disaster".

Romelu Lukaku created two chances, which the energetic and accurate Rashford scored from within a space of 10 minutes, in the first quarter of the game. "The win puts us in a good position in the league, but we have still got a long way to go so we need to keep pushing".

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"I think we deserved the goal and then it was the situation with the best piece of football in the whole game, the one-two between Roberto and Sadio and a clear foul and no penalty".

"When he chose to break the intensity of the game.that was a wonderful solution that some more experienced players wouldn't make and the fans reacted against the kid".

Klopp's side are next in action at home against Watford next Saturday.

Tottenham bounced back from their bitterly disappointing Champions League exit at the hands of Juventus by coming from behind to thrash Bournemouth and leapfrog Liverpool into third.

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