Solskjaer Responds to Klopp’s statements about United after Liverpool defeat

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Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has openly responded to Liverpool manager thoughts about United after he leads his side to a defeat of 1-0 away from home to Southampton thanks to Danny Ings strike.

Klopp lamented on not being given a penalty kick after what he feels was a clear handball inside the box. The manager said that it could be Manchester United they would have been given that penalty but unfortunately was not United was Liverpool.

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Klopp added that United are being given penalties saying they have penalties in two years twice as Liverpool have in last five seasons.

The Football Echo News reports that the United manager was not happy with Klopp’s statements saying calling the name of United was not necessary after Soton defeat.

The Norwegian manager slammed Klopp for training his players diving instead of playing football. Ole have a little joke saying he has only trained his forwards on how to behave while on the opponent box only in one session and when he will do it multiple times Klopp will cry more.

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United are keen to stand on the first position on the table when they meet Burnley where the three points will be enough for them to lead the table.

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