Erik ten Hag took full responsibility, acknowledging that there was no one else to blame but him for the draw against Liverpool this evening.

In Sunday’s Premier League action, the highly anticipated clash between Liverpool and Manchester United ended in a 0-0 draw, with both teams sharing a point at Anfield. Despite Manchester United weathering an early storm from Liverpool, neither side managed to find the back of the net.

The visitors faced early pressure as Liverpool launched a series of corners, forcing Manchester United into last-ditch defending. However, as the game progressed, Erik ten Hag’s team gradually settled and even created a chance for Alejandro Garnacho on the edge of the box, though the winger’s shot missed the target.

Around the 15-minute mark, Liverpool had a golden opportunity when Darwin Núñez connected with a header at the back post, but his effort went wide, and Manchester United cleared their lines. Virgil Van Dijk later tested Manchester United goalkeeper André Onana with a header from a corner, but the scoresheet remained untouched.

The second half saw a continuation of Liverpool’s dominance, but frustration grew among the Anfield faithful as Manchester United held their ground. The visitors sought opportunities on the break, with Rasmus Højlund getting behind Liverpool’s defense, but his shot went straight into the hands of goalkeeper Alisson Becker.

As the match progressed, both teams exchanged chances, but the forwards struggled to find the necessary quality in front of goal. In the dying minutes, Diogo Dalot received two quick yellow cards, leading to his dismissal, but it had little impact on the overall outcome.

The draw means that Liverpool remains in second place in the Premier League standings, trailing league leaders Arsenal. Despite the high stakes and intense rivalry, neither team could break the deadlock, leaving fans with a closely contested but ultimately goalless encounter.The result maintains the competitive landscape in the Premier League, with teams vying for crucial points as the season unfolds.

While Liverpool may view the draw as a missed opportunity to capitalize on Manchester United’s recent dip in form, the quest for the title continues in a tightly contested race at the top of the table.