Adam Lallana rescued a 1-1 draw for Liverpool against Manchester United on Sunday as the visitors' lead at the top of the Premier League table.
While Liverpool entered the fixture with eight wins from eight league games this season, coach Jurgen Klopp has never won at least one year in the last 10 years.
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In a scrappy first half of the story, Marcus Rashford found the net from a Daniel James cross on 35 minutes.
A VAR check Liverpool's Divorce Origi by Victor Lindelof in the build-up, but the goal stood up – much to Klopp's frustration, which was compounded by eight minutes later as a result of further VAR intervention.
Liverpool has increased the pressure in the second half as they pursued an equalizer, and finally found the net with five minutes of regulation time remaining when Lallana scored his first goal since May 2017 at the back post after a cross from Andy Robertson.
Another VAR check adds tension to the ground with seconds left in, with Liverpool players appealing for a handball in the United box. There was no late drama, however, as no spot kick was awarded and the final whistle sounded moments later.