Here are your Liverpool headlines for Wednesday, October 27.
Cristiano Ronaldo claim was proved right by Roberto Firmino in Manchester United rout
Jamie Carragher suggested that Jurgen Klopp would not select Cristiano Ronaldo for his team and Liverpool's 5-0 win over Manchester United showed exactly why, writes the ECHO's Andrew Beasley.
Roberto Firmino's performance only served to emphasise Jamie Carragher’s assertion on Monday Night Football last week that Jurgen Klopp would not select Ronaldo for his team.
Firmino pressed more times in the final third at Old Trafford than United’s Portuguese forward has home and away in the Premier League all season.
READ MORE: Mohamed Salah answers Graeme Souness 'greedy' claim after Liverpool beat Manchester United
Solskjaer had good intentions by trying to get his side to pressure Liverpool, but a well organised and structured press is not something that can be switched on and off at will.
Klopp has worked endlessly on perfecting the necessary triggers and movements required, with Firmino having led the line for his team for six years.
To read the full story on why Firmino's performance was so impressive, click here.
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Conor McGregor knows "the issue" after Liverpool humiliate Manchester United
UFC legend Conor McGregor believes Ole Gunnar Solskjaer should have Manchester United role 'rearranged' after Liverpool defeat.
McGregor shared his views in a series of tweets, which have seemingly now been deleted.
United fell to their third league defeat of the season as Liverpool ran out comfortable 5-0 winners at Old Trafford.
The result led to huge amounts of speculation over the manager's future, with many expecting him to be sacked as a result.
However, recent reports suggest Solskjaer is set to be given a chance to improve things, but McGregor, a long-time United supporter, believes the club legend should have his role 'rearranged'.
To read what he had to say, click here.