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Mind games have just started ahead of the top of the table clash as klopp trolls Manchester United

Liverpool stays top in front of Manchester United on goal difference despite a second beating of the season, however, the heroes could be replaced as through and through Premier League leaders when they invite their adversaries Manchester United to Anfield.

The mind games have just started ahead of the mouth-watering top-of-the-table clash, with Klopp questioning officiating over ongoing seasons, saying United "had a larger number of penalties in two years than I had in five-and-a-half years".Jurgen Klopp has hit at referee Andre Marriner and his authorities for declining to give Liverpool a penalty in their thrashing at Southampton.

Klopp excused suggestions that his side is battling out and about and needs his players to play through the present slackness that has seen them take two points from a potential nine. There was the late show when keeper Alisson went up for various stoppage time corners, yet the Saints weren't to be denied, starting enthusiastic scenes of celebration on the touchline. 

When the full-time whistle was blown the Southampton manager tumbled to his knees and transparently cried on the St Mary's turf, their accomplishment meant that much. But the excuse for his crying was the funny part as he said it was the wind not his emotions.

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