Jurgen Klopp lets out ironic 'yippee' at keeping first clean sheet of the season as Liverpool boss struggles to come to terms with Manchester United draw
Jurgen Klopp struggled to find many positives from Liverpool's goalless draw against Manchester United and let out a sarcastic 'yippee' after his side kept their first clean sheet of the season.
Liverpool, despite enjoying 65 per cent of possession on Monday night in front of a packed Anfield, failed to topple Jose Mourinho's side.
When they did break forward the United goalkeeper David De Gea was alert and made crucial saves to deny Emre Can and Roberto Firmino in particular.
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