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Liverpool and Manchester United Play to Goalless Draw at Anfield

Liverpool and Manchester United battled it out in a high-stakes game at Anfield, ending in a 0-0 draw that left fans wanting more.

Even though Liverpool dominated possession and took a whopping 34 shots, they couldn’t break through Manchester United’s solid defense.

Despite the visitors coming from a recent Champions League exit, they showed strong resilience, holding off Liverpool’s attacks.

This game marked Liverpool’s 34 shots, the most without scoring since Manchester United in 2016.

Erik ten Hag’s struggling team, led by defenders Raphael Varane and Jonny Evans, put up a tough fight, frustrating Jurgen Klopp’s usually successful squad.

Diogo Dalot got a red card for dissent, but Manchester United held on for the draw. Both teams will now reflect on missed chances, leaving the outcome hanging in the balance.

What next for Liverpool?

Wednesday, December 20: West Ham (H) in the Carabao Cup, 8pm GMT (3pm ET). Saturday, December 23: Arsenal (H) in the Premier League, 5.30pm GMT (12.30pm ET).

What next for Manchester United?

Saturday, December 23: West Ham (A), 12.30pm GMT (7.30am ET).

Idris Abdullahi

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