Tomorrow is more important than Saturday [against Liverpool] because Saturday was a match for points that we still have 24 more points to discuss, 24 more points to try to finish in the top four, to try to finish third, to try to finish second if possible.
And Klopp insists the Merseyside outfit can not afford for the setback to derail their growing momentum, having progressed to the Champions League quarter-finals last week in addition to their top-four hopes. "So I think his humble nature is what is making him a good player for us".
"If people don't think we deserved it, I don't care". "Now I have only one name and that is Sevilla, I know is very hard to go through". He planned to stop Liverpool's talented front three, Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino, getting the ball and his gambit largely worked: Jurgen Klopp's side, who would have gone above United had they won, were defeated for the first time in seven league games. "But the reality in this moment is that we have no advantage at all".
Dejan Lovren came in for particular criticism for his failed attempts to challenge Romelu Lukaku in the air for both goals, but Klopp believes the entire team must share the blame for their defensive display. The mistakes were obvious.
McTominay's decision to pass the ball backwards rather than launching a counter-attack midway through the second half against Liverpool was met with derision. It doesn't work like this. We didn't, so that was the problem around the two goals [and] they could use these situations. That gaffe aside, Bailly played well and provided much-needed strength and speed to the United defense.
"Before the two goals, after the two goals, I thought we were dominant".
It seems like the England global has a habit of recreating goals scored by legendary United No.7's.
It is a big game, the most important of the season for United in a month where they are coming thick and fast. "The boys are happy, I'm happy".
Marcus Rashford's brace to sink Liverpool in the Premier League on Saturday bolstered confidence around what Mourinho's squad might be able to achieve this season, although the man himself remains a realist.
The Reds boss was quickly sent back to his technical area by fourth official Martin Atkinson, while referee Craig Pawson was also made aware of the incident but chose to take no action.
Unsurprisingly, Mourinho has not taken too kindly to seeing his methods criticised and has hit back at De Boer, telling reporters: "I read something, some quote from the worst manager in the history of the Premier League, Frank de Boer saying it's not good for Rashford to have a coach like me".
His first campaign (the 2015/16 season) saw him register eight goals and two assists in 18 outings under then-boss Louis van Gaal, who handed him his debut in a Europa League Round of 32 tie against FC Midtjylland at home - a match he marked with two goals.