Solskjaer reveals injury plan and praises youngsters after Palace win

Dejan Lovren and Virgil van Dijk

Liverpool's Virgil van Dijk returns from suspension but Dejan Lovren is still out with injury

"I thought we started really well, and we had the momentum", full-back Robertson said. This might to lead United, and Solskjaer, handing chances to a few youngster, who will be eager to make a mark. "This is a game where we're expected to win, and the focus was excellent".

Victory keeps United's push for the Champions League going, as they stay just one point behind fourth-placed Arsenal.

The Norwegian's side are now fifth, but just one point behind Arsenal with a worse goal difference by three goals.

"It's a great away win", he told BBC Sport.

There was certainly an air of disappointment around the Liverpool players, with manager Klopp even saying it did not really feel like a point gained.

Four substitutions were made during the first half, three from United and one from Liverpool (Firmino off for Sturridge).

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"Bobby said at first he could carry on but then he showed it didn't work".

"We should have been at full throttle after all the pauses in the game".

The 27-year-old left Old Trafford on crutches and is now a huge doubt for the Premier League leader's game at home to Watford on Wednesday.

With Martial, Matic, Herrera, Mata, Lingard and potentially Rashford now injured, Manchester United will need to learn from this setback and invest in more in the club next season and by that I mean spending a large amount of cash in the summer transfer window on good first team players and prospect players as well.

The United interim manager had made clear the demands he makes on his players ahead of this game, even going so far as accepting responsibility for the spate of muscle injuries picked up by his squad, a outcome, he claimed, of his demands for a harder running style than that adopted by predecessor Jose Mourinho. "We take that. It is a point gained because we have one more than before but it doesn't feel like that".

"I suspect, I could be wrong, but I would venture the notion that Solskjaer invoking the Ferguson spirit, which many people believe has been crucial in achieving the results that he's achieved so far in his reign at Old Trafford, he also has maybe gone over the top with regards to applying the method". We started exactly how we wanted to start.

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