A first-half header from Virgil Van Dijk and injury-time Mo Salah strike saw Liverpool beat Manchester United 2-0 at Anfield - a result that moves them sixteen points clear at the top of the Premier League table.
Dutch international defender Van Dijk was left unchallenged by Brandon Williams from Trent Alexander-Arnold's corner, and powered his header past David de Gea after fourteen minutes of play.
The home side then thought they had doubled their lead as Roberto Firmino curled a stunner into the far right corner of the goal. However, Van Dijk was adjudged to have fouled de Gea in the build-up by VAR - a decision that caused plenty of half-time debate and controversy.
The clincher came in the third minute of injury time - Mo Salah holding off the attention of Daniel James to break away and finish under United's Spanish netminder.
Rashford was carrying a single stress fracture in his back, now has a double stress fracture after Wolves game. Expected to be out for 2-3 months. Also has piece of floating bone in his ankle requiring non-intrusive surgery to remove. Been playing thru immense pain to help #mufc
— Henry Winter (@henrywinter) January 19, 2020