Mohamed Salah scored hat-trick as Liverpool rioted Manchester United 5-0 at Old Trafford in Sunday’s Special encounter in the Premier League, piling up the pressure and putting the future of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer in serious doubt.
United were 4-0 down at halftime for the first time in the Premier League after 45 minutes of shambolic defending and the sense of chaos was added to when substitute Paul Pogba was sent off on the hour mark after entering play after the break.
The United hierarchy has shown faith in Solskjaer throughout difficult periods in his nearly three years in charge of the club but will come under pressure to rethink their loyalty to their former player after such an embarrassing performance and result.
“It is a really good day – a big one. This is a little chapter in the history of the club,” said Klopp.
He added: “People will talk about it in the future because it won’t happen again in a long time, if ever.”
‘This was a terrible mismatch and Solskjaer has to take blame’
Speaking to Sky Sports, Klopp added: “What can I say? Did I expect that? No.
“The result is insane. It is special but we don’t celebrate like crazy, we have respect for the opponents.
“We were lucky in some moments, United are not in their best moment.”