Five years to the day that Manchester United last won at Anfield, Liverpool made it five matches unbeaten against the Red Devils to keep their old foes very much within arm's reach and extend their incredible unbeaten run on home turf to 68 games.
'I wish the Liverpool fans had the same respect and class as you Peter Moore, ' the former France global said in a message posted on his social media channels.
Solskjaer added to Sky Sports : "I think we grew in the game and toward the end it was there for us to win".
No way through Firmino could not break the deadlock
'We didn't do well enough to cause them problems in the first half but we defended well and they didn't create too many chances.
Manager Jurgen Klopp insists he was happy with the performance as chances are still being created - they had 18 shots but only three were on target - and he is confident the goals will return. We're seeing it as a big game, I don't need to hype the game up anymore, but for ourselves and our fans, we want to keep our momentum going. Liverpool will start as favourites with the bookies but Jurgen Klopp's men have struggled in front of goal in recent weeks, scoring just one goal in their last three Premier League games. "We've had a good record away from home, it's really important to go there with great belief and confidence and go there and try to get the victory", Maguire said.
'There is nothing fundamentally different, it is just the result is different. We have not to worry about it but we obviously have to ignore the fact and hope it will be good again. That lack of conviction saw the Reds fail to score for a third consecutive league game and they missed the chance to reclaim top spot as a result.
"It's a test and reality check for where we are really at because Liverpool at Anfield is one of the great challenges". It is not as if we decide we will score a goal and now we will do it.