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Liverpool’s title hope in danger amid draw with Man United

It’s full-time at Old Trafford. A four-goal thriller ends all levels at the Theatre of Dreams, with the score ending 2-2.

Erik ten Hag’s men did have the ball in the net after just two minutes, with Alejandro Garnacho rounding Caoimhin Kelleher before tapping the ball home. Referee Anthony Taylor saw the raised offside flag and soon after, the goal was chalked off.

Luis Diaz then opened the scoring for the Reds, in a bitter first-half blow. Alexis Mac Allister saw his corner flicked on by Darwin Nunez which left Diaz the task of volleying home from close range.

After the break, United hit our Merseyside rivals with a quick one-two, first through Bruno Fernandes. Our no.8 latched onto a misplaced pass by Jarell Quansah and delicately lobbed the ball over Kelleher to make it 1-1.

Soon after, the Reds snatched the lead, and what an effort it was. Taking one touch to set himself, teenager Kobbie Mainoo whipped a shot that flew past the Liverpool goalkeeper and sent Old Trafford into bedlam.

Kobbie Mainoo celebrates scoring for United. Image via Twitter.

However, there was to be one late twist, as Aaron Wan-Bissaka fouled Harvey Elliot inside the box, and referee Taylor pointed to the point.

With boos ringing around the stadium, Salah calmly sent United goalkeeper Andre Onana the wrong way to move Liverpool level on points with first-place Arsenal and one ahead of Manchester City in third

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