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As It Happened: How Twitter Reacted To Man Utd Vs Liverpool

Gary Reilly
By Gary Reilly
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Mignolet out, Jones in. Switch to three at the back (one of those being Glen Johnson, the others being Skrtel and Lovren). Was it ever going to go well for Liverpool?

Here's the full time report as told by Twitter.

David De Gea showed Liverpool what a quality keeper can do for your confidence.

Raheem Sterling missed and then Brad Jones forgot which way he was supposed to dive.


Quite a few Liverpool players were taking some stick.


As was Brendan Rodgers.

Then Juan Mata 'strayed' offside.

We'll leave the offside call to a neutral. (Although it was possibly hard to spot van Persie's touch)

Unsurprisingly, some Liverpool fans were wishing a departed hero was still available.

Then it was time for the second half. That meant time for Mario but Ken Doherty was having none of it.


But enough about that, Joey Barton wasn't happy with a certain Man Utd legend's commentary.

Raheem Sterling had a gilt-edge chance to bring Liverpool back into it, but once again his problems in front of goal were all too apparent. David De Gea was in front of him to be fair though.

We'll give the neutral the say once again.

The writing was on the wall for some.

Some started to worry about the whereabouts of Steven Gerrard.

More De Gea heroics, this time to deny Balotelli. (We do not condone Ferdinand's turn of phrase)

3-0, surprisingly it wasn't De Gea. It was Jones and Lovren. (And van Persie)

Balotelli tried, he would have scored too it if wasn't for that pesky De Gea.

Thoughts turned to the managers.


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