Liverpool rout Manchester United in MI

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Liverpool ended their United States tour on a high with Sturridge and Shaqiri providing a decisive impact assecond-half substitutes, Sheyi Ojo's cool penalty helping securebragging rights and three ICC points in front of a huge crowd atMichigan Stadium.

"The atmosphere was good, but if I was them I wouldn't come".

Valencia comes from holiday - I think too much holiday for him.

And with less than two weeks to go until the opening game against Leicester, coupled with a litany of post-match complaints, Mourinho could soon find himself on borrowed time.

But Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool squad seized command in the second half, starting with Daniel Sturridge's 66th-minute strike.

And Mourinho could not resist a swipe at the referee and his officials, after Liverpool were awarded two penalties in their emphatic win.

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"They must have been called in by the baseball federation, because they didn't have soccer in their heads".

Mourinho, whose side were level with Liverpool at half-time before the Reds scored three unanswered goals, continued: "This is not a step for anything, the majority of the payers which played are not going to play some of them are not even going to belong to the squad". "They arrive here, and it was soccer, and they had to be in a soccer game".

Xherdan Shaqiri put a stamp on his Liverpool debut with a spectacular bicycle-kick goal to round out the scoring in the International Champions Cup match in front of a crowd of 101,000.

Even by his standards, this was a particularly bleak assessment from the Portuguese, who claimed he is not confident the club will make any more signings in this transfer window, repeating that he wanted two more players, but would be fortunate to get one.

The Red Devils have been without a host of their stars following the World Cup, with the likes of Paul Pogba, Romelu Lukaku, David de Gea, Nemanja Matic - who will miss the start of the season due to injury - Jesse Lingard and Marcus Rashford enjoying holidays.

"We play Real Madrid and we have no more players than what we have", he told MUTV. "I saw the movie". Manchester United did have Alexis Sanchez in the lineup, but this version of the team still looked overmatched against Liverpool.