Man Utd miss Cristiano Ronaldo’s presence at the top as they get a hammer from Liverpool at Anfield

Good morning Man United fans

Liverpool have risen to the top of the Premier League table after destroying Manchester United at Anfield.

Jurgen Klopp’s team easily won 4-0 on Tuesday evening thanks to Mohamed Salah’s double, and Luis Diaz and Sadio Mane also made it onto the score sheet.

Luis Diaz opened the floodgates just five minutes after the hard-fought clash.

Salah then doubled Liverpool’s lead in the 22nd minute with a low curling attack after being expertly sorted out by Mane.

And Mane then rightly scored his goal after firing a try into the bottom right corner midway through the second half.

Salah then scored his second of the evening, completing the scoring in the 85th minute.

The Egyptian winger picked up a through ball and his deflected effort went over David De Gea.

Man United fans were heartbroken for Sir Alex Ferguson as he looked devastated in the stands at Anfield.

The cameras then went to Ferguson in the stands, with fans immediately taking to social media to discuss his reaction.

Gary Neville labeled his former club a ‘waste of space’ and claimed it was their worst performance in 42 years after Liverpool dismantled them.

Roy Keane was furious at the “disorder” at his former club after another embarrassing defeat to Liverpool.

An exasperated Keane admitted that he now only felt “grief” at the constant jarring of shapes, rather than anger.

He revealed: “It was anger earlier in the season, now it’s just sadness.

“No heart, soul, leaders, no real quality. No surprise in the backlog.”

Meanwhile, Paul Pogba may have played his final minutes for Manchester United after being forced out of Liverpool with injury.

The Frenchman lasted just ten minutes at Anfield before trudging off to be replaced by Jesse Lingard.

One positive of the game for United is that Liverpool fans have joined them in support of Cristiano Ronaldo.

The rival fans gathered for a minute of applause after the tragic death of Ronaldo’s son.

Ronaldo was understandably left out of the squad for Tuesday night’s Premier League game.

As the clock ticked down to seven minutes – a nod to Ronaldo’s jersey number – both sets of fans started clapping.

The applause echoed around Anfield for a full minute.

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