After the ensuing panic saw £75m man Virgil van Dijk fail to clear as Juan Mata bounded towards goal, Rashford was unmarked to sweep the ball into the rigging for a second goal. In the first half, the game gave us the opportunity to be direct, fast and score goals, more than we did. "I don't care about anything else", said Mourinho.
No player has been more unlucky with big games under the 55-year-old than Pogba, who has missed trips to Anfield and Stamford Bridge alongside the 2-1 defeat to Manchester City this term.
This intensity nearly got the better of the England global, however, as he narrowly escaped receiving a second yellow card for a wild challenge on Trent Alexander-Arnold, having already been booked for fouling James Milner. "Clyney is back but he's got absolutely no rhythm", Klopp said.
"I am upset with the reaction they had with Scott McTominay, a kid who was making all the right decisions on the pitch, and they want him to make the wrong decisions".
England manager Gareth Southgate was among an impressed crowd just five days ahead of naming his squad for friendlies later this month against the Netherlands and Italy.
Jurgen Klopp certainly thought his side had played well enough to earn a point and that a spot kick should have been awarding to the Reds after Sadio Mane went down in the box after a collision woth Marouane Fellani.
Today was a match-up between two exciting English talents - Marcus Rashford and Trent Alexander-Arnold and the former easily came up on top.
"We are looking forward to the Manchester United and Liverpool match for what should be a highly entertaining game between two highly competitive rivals", he said. You can not leave a player alone like Lukaku, everyone knows that and we trained that of course.
Newcastle recorded a crucial victory in the battle for survival in the Premier League, beating Southampton 3-0 at St James' Park on Saturday. He could have stuck with Alexis Sanchez wide-left but was repaid with two goals by giving Rashford his first Premier League start in 2018. Indeed, this was the 20-year-old's first Premier League start since December 30 but he seized an opportunity to stake his claim for a regular starting berth with two cracking finishes.