At no stage between the taking of the corner and the ball crossing the goal-line did the referee blow his whistle. The injury to de Gea, from which he recovered very quickly, did not appear to be serious, and was in any event inflicted by a team-mate.
David de Gea
United were so abject that Liverpool could not play at their best – anything more than basics-done-well from Jurgen Klopp’s men would be over-elaboration.
4-2 did not reflect Leicester’s superiority; Brendan Rodgers was buoyed by his team’s performance.