"Of course the style, how they play, it's for me too", he said. It's a collective thing, I'm not hanging it all on the players.
The Reds returned to the top of the table, one point ahead of City, with a 3-1 win over United, who are already 19 points off the pace and 11 behind the top four. 'I think the players are giving everything.
The World Cup victor has now been an unused sub in the last two Premier League games for the Red Devils and Keane thinks it is time for United to part ways with the former Juventus superstar.
The contrasting form showed by both sides this season continued as United strained to keep a rampant Liverpool at bay and were only level for so long thanks to a huge error by home goalkeeper Alisson Becker.
'But it wasn't meant to be and, like I say, it's disappointing'.
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'I didn't think they were going to score, then obviously the two deflected goals, you know, it deflates us and obviously they go on to win the game.
What unfolded was nightmarish: 36 shots for Liverpool to Man United's six, a 3-1 defeat, no ambition or attacking design from Mourinho's team, and a shake of the head from Sir Alex Ferguson watching in the stands. I tried to be direct in the game and you can see also I prepared myself very [well].
It was telling that Mourinho, speaking before kickoff against Liverpool, spoke of how United had become "more aggressive, more simple and more intense without the ball" with Nemanja Matic, Ander Herrera and Jesse Lingard as the central-midfield three in recent games. "Maybe it's to do with the modern player - but I'd love to see Mourinho have a good break, come back and try to evolve a bit to bring back the old Mourinho that everyone loved".
Attractive football, a high tempo - they will be very hard to play against, especially with the second leg in Dortmund, with their fans and the yellow wall, the backing that the crowd gives them there.
"'I think trophies matter, ' said the United boss who claimed in the summer that Klopp 'had" to win the title this season after spending nearly £250million on new players this year. We have played Dortmund a few times over the last few years so it will be an interesting game.