The 49 year old German was disappointed about his men’s performance against Manchester United and felt that his crew was not courageous enough in their defense in the first half.

The Reds {Liverpool} draw their match at their home ground {Anfield} against Manchester United and their manager Jurgen Klopp was expressed his mixed emotions after the match.

The first premier league conflict of the season between the two heavyweights failed to live the expectations as the Portuguese crew men kept the host side despondent for long period.

In the second half the former Swedish international Zlatan Ibrahimovic headed away a golden opportunity for the away side and the Spanish no 1 goalkeeper David De Gea saved stately save to deny Coutinho from scoring for the Reds.

"Mixed emotions," he told Sky Sports when asked for his views. "We didn't play as well as we could have done – that's the first thing.

"We started okay and immediately with their defending we weren't brave anymore, we didn't wait for the right pass.

"We created one-on-one situations, but they were maybe a bit better than we are with physical strength.

"They didn't have too many chances, maybe one where it was offside and then the header of Ibrahimovic. We had three or four, there was a great save from De Gea. It's a first clean sheet [for Liverpool], so yippee!

"We weren't calm enough – when you defend like Man United, that's their style, it's okay, you need to have respect but you need to be cool.

"It was a crazy game, that's not the way we want to play but now, more and more and minute by minute, I accept we got a point against Manchester United. There are worse things in the world."