Manchester United and Liverpool played out a tense goalless draw at Old Trafford, which now means Jurgen Klopp’s men return to the top of the table by a point.

The game was filled more with injuries than goalscoring chances, with Juan Mata, Ander Herrera, Jesse Lingard and Roberto Firmino all heading off down the tunnel in the first half, after they all failed to run off the respective issues they were having.

Time will tell if these injuries will have an impact on the two sides, but it was clear to see that Herrera and Lingard’s absence’s troubled United throughout this game, forcing Scott McTominay to step up.

However, despite the injuries, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and his men seemed to adapt to the changes and remained relatively solid at the back, while keeping Liverpool’s compact midfield at bay.

This result now means that Solskjaer remains unbeaten in the Premier League, with a record that shows 11 wins, two draws and just the solitary loss since taking the helm at Old Trafford.

Here are four findings from the 0-0 draw against Liverpool.