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Manchester United striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic scored late to even the score at 1-1 against Liverpool, rescuing a point for the hosts in the English Premier League (EPL) football competition at Old Trafford stadium.

Liverpool, with an eye on the second place in the standings, on Sunday managed to score against the hosts after Paul Pogba handled a corner in the 26th minute and James Milner made the most of the resulting penalty - his sixth goal of the campaign.

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Manchester United striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic scored his 14th goal in the Premier League this season, ensuring that the Red Devils didn't go down at home to arch rivals Liverpool, earning United a 1-1 draw at Old Trafford.

Speaking about his side's performance after the game, Zlatan said in an interview with Sky Sports,  “We made simple mistakes. We were not feeling comfortable in the pressure of the opponent, and I think we played the wrong way. If we played like we did in the second half in the first half, then it would have been a different game.

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Manchester United Manager Jose Mourinho explained his decision to throw on Marouane Fellaini for the last 15 minutes of the Red Devils' clash with Liverpool as the hosts chased the game.

Jose shared, "I was watching the game, we were losing and I was looking always to the same side – I have a problem with my neck because I was always looking to the left side! We changed the qualities of our game and went to a more direct approach because Liverpool were defending with so many bodies behind the ball; in the end we put pressure on them, we equalised and I think, with a few more minutes, we were closer to wining because they were under real pressure and our team was so strong mentally and emotionally."

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Liverpool Manager Jurgen Klopp hit out at Jose Mourinho's long ball approach late in the game as the Red Devils tried desperately and eventually succeeded in rescuing a point from their mega clash with arch rivals Liverpool at Old Trafford.

A James Milner penalty had given Liverpool the lead just before the half hour mark, but Jose's direct approach late in the game paid dividends as Marouane Fellaini hit the post before the recycled ball fell to Zlatan Ibrahimovic, who headed in the equalizer to earn United a 1-1 draw.

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Manchester United Manager Jose Mourinho believes that there was only one team that was really trying to win the game tonight between the Red Devils and Liverpool, and that was his side as United worked tirelessly to earn themselves what was a well deserved point at Old Trafford.

United trailed for the better part of the game to a James Milner penalty, but a late header from Zlatan Ibrahimovic earned them a share of the spoils. Mourinho was critical of Liverpool's tactics after the match, suggesting that their attempt at game management proved to be a failure and their defensive approach cost them a win.

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Liverpool brought Manchester United's winning streak to a halt, but not in the fashion that they would have preferred as an excellent header from Zlatan Ibrahimovic in the 84th minute rescued a deserved point for the Red Devils against their arch rivals in their clash at Old Trafford.

Earlier in the game, a James Milner penalty, perfectly placed after Paul Pogba's handball in the box had given Liverpool a 1-0 lead, but it was to prove insufficient in the end as the desire of Manchester United to keep chasing the game saw them grab something out of it at the very end to keep their narrow hopes of a title challenge alive.

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The pressure is well and truly on Manchester City Manager Pep Guardiola after the Citizens were handed a thumping 4-0 defeat at the hands of Everton at Goodison Park on Sunday evening. Romelu Lukaku set the ball rolling for the Toffees with a strike just after the half hour mark, having been set up by Belgian international teammate Kevin Mirallas.

Mirallas himself added a second just two minutes after the interval to put Everton firmly in the driver's seat. It was then left to two teenagers in the Everton squad, Tom Davies and new signing Ademola Lookman to add the gloss to the scoreline with two quality goals, the latter scoring on his Everton debut.

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