Match-winner Shaqiri hopes best is yet to come

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Liverpool returned to the top of the Premier League table with a deserved 3-1 win over rivals Manchester United on Sunday afternoon, and after the game fans were quick to praise their match victor on social media.

Liverpool's Swiss midfielder Xherdan Shaqiri shoots to score their third goal and clinch the victory over Manchester United in the Premier League match at Anfield in Liverpool. "Because seeing the players' body language, I don't get the impression they enjoy playing for Man United", he added. "I have a good feeling towards them".

"They (Liverpool) are fast, intense, aggressive, physical, they play 200 miles per hour with the ball and without the ball".

Mourinho said the club's difficulties with injuries had been a long-term issue. Giving your opponents a head start in more than 50 percent of your games is a big problem and Mourinho is yet to find an answer.

Mourinho added: "We have lots of players that I could consider with injury problems, because some of our players are always injured and is not with me, was before me, if you look to the stats with Mr Van Gaal and David Moyes, we had players that are permanently injured, when you are permanently injured that physicality is hard to get".

Television cameras turned to a grumpy-looking United chief executive Ed Woodward alongside an equally unimpressed United great Sir Bobby Charlton as Liverpool supporters chanted "Don't sack Mourinho".

During Liverpool's first five Premier League games of the season, Shaqiri played only 27 minutes.

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United struck against the play as Romelu Lukaku's low cross was parried by Alisson, falling to Jesse Lingard who prodded home from close-range.

"If they don't, that would be very telling as to the direction things are heading".

"The best example is Nathaniel Clyne", Klopp said. Best we can get is fourth.

Mourinho's men were finally breached when Mane controlled Fabinho's chipped ball into the box on his chest and volleyed past the onrushing De Gea.

Lovren should have made it 2-0 but fired over from six yards before Alisson gifted the visitors an equaliser when he spilled Lukaku's cross into the path of Lingard, who gratefully accepted six yards out.

Xherdan Shaqiri believes Liverpool will benefit from his peak years at the club and while he is disappointed not to start every week, he feels Jurgen Klopp's management suits him.

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