The match between Manchester United and Liverpool has finally come to an end, as Liverpool defeated Manchester United in a 0-5 win at Old Trafford. The both team gave their best to see that they win, and at the end, liverpool proved victorious. Thanks to the goals from Naby Keita, Diogo Jota and the hatrick from the Egyptian forward Mohammed Salah, which helped ensure the win for Liverpool in their match against Manchester United. After the defeat of Manchester United by their English premier league rivals, Liverpool, Manchester United fans have taken to their twitter handle to ask for their coach to take his leave, after the dissapoiting loss. However, there is one tactical mistake that was made by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer in their match against Liverpool which led to their defeat. Benching Paul Pogba is a tactical mistake that was made by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. Pogba is a brilliant and tactical player that is needed for a strong team like Liverpool. No doubt, he is one of the best players in English premier. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer should have started with Paul Pogba in the first half of the game. It is believed that Bruno Fernandes plays better whenever Paul Pogba is at the pitch with him. Benching him was one of the tactical mistakes made by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer which led to their loss. Unfortunately, after Paul Pogba was subbed in, in the second half, he was sent off by the Referee after a rough tackle by him.
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