Rashford believes we deserved the win
Marcus Rashford believes we deserved the three points, but is nonetheless encouraged the team's display...
Q: What's your feeling after that? MR: Disappointment. I think we deserved the three points and we can say it was a better performance, but at the end of the day it was three points and they didn't deserve to draw the game or win the game. So, I see it as we've lost two points and it was a big opportunity, a big game, but we keep going. We'll try and get a win mid-week and hopefully we can kick on. Q: You can see the effort and energy. Was that the game plan? MR: Not necessarily the game plan. These type of games that just comes with the game and if you're not playing at a high tempo especially against Liverpool they can score two or three or four goals against you. So yeah, today was better, but of course I'm disappointed, because I think we deserved to win a game. Q: Your goal, a great ball in, a dream for a centre forward. MR: We had a bit of eye contact before. These are the fine margins we're working with, so probably without looking at each other and getting that little connection you don't get the goal. You just miss the goal which has happened a lot in the pass. So yeah, it was a good goal, but we definitely want more. Q: It was just about getting that second goal which would have killed them off. They were always in the game at 1-0. MR: Yeah of course. The second goal would have made the game a lot more simple for us. It didn't come. I'd say 20 minutes before they scored the goal you can see we stopped playing passes in behind, and I always say when we stop doing that it puts more pressure on us as a team. This club, we play attacking football and as soon as we take our foot off the gas a little bit it's difficult to defend against top players for large spells like we had to today towards the end of the game. So, I think we've just got to be more positive. 1-0, 2-0 up, we need to be more positive. Q: The critics and pundits seemed to think Liverpool would come here and roll United over. That clearly was not the case today? MR: I don't listen to much outside. We know what's going on at the club, we know how hard we're working and that's the only thing that matters. As long as we've got each other's trust, each other's work rate, passion then that's what's important in the dressing room. So, whatever people are saying outside they can continue to say. It doesn't affect us.