Jurgen Klopp swore immediately after Manchester United 0-0 Liverpool

Jurgen Klopp's side drew 0-0 with Manchester United at Old Trafford

There was a lot of anticipation surrounding Liverpool's trip to Manchester United on Sunday.

A lot was riding on the game for Liverpool; Jurgen Klopp's men are in a shout of winning their first ever Premier League title and wanted to move three points clear of Manchester City.

And it was a big game for Man United too, who undoubtedly would have wanted to beat their bitter rivals and derail their title hopes.

There were all the ingredients needed for the game to be greatly exciting and one of the best of the season.

However, it was the complete opposite.

There were four substitutions in the first half, more than the amount of shots on target.

And in the second 45 minutes both teams failed to create any real chances of note.

The game eventually finished 0-0 and will go down as one of the worst games of the season.

Interestingly, that was the first goalless draw between the two teams at Old Trafford in the Premier League.

Jurgen Klopp during Man United 0-0 Liverpool

As always, immediately after half-time, the Sky Sports cameras panned straight to the two managers.

With it directed at Jurgen Klopp, the German could be seen swearing about what he had just witnessed.

"F****** hell, what a s*** game," he could be seen saying while shaking hands with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

Watch the video below:

You're not wrong, Jurgen.

Despite the poor performance by Liverpool, the result isn't the end of the world.

Going to Old Trafford is always a hard place to go and they have previously not had much joy at the home of their bitter rivals.

United are also on a real high at the moment which meant that it was always going to be a tough game.

James Milner and Alexis Sanchez tussle for the ball during Man Utd v Liverpool

But, despite not being at their best, they still managed to grind out a point.

The point means they move back into first with 66 points after 27 games, one point clear of Man City.

Liverpool will return to Premier League action on Wednesday, where they will play Watford at Anfield.

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