Manchester United 2-1 Liverpool

Liverpool substitute Daniel Sturridge continued his impressive pre-season form when he scored with his first touch after 66 minutes before Sheyi Ojo added his side's second spot-kick of the game six minutes later. But he was upstaged on 65 minutes when Shaqiri held up the ball and laid it off for Sturridge to side-foot past Joel Pereira. That will endear Shaqiri to Liverpool fans, he was about 8 yards out and showed brilliant technique to smash home. It's 26 degrees in Ann Arbor so the tempo isn't going to be electric but it just heated up a touch more as Pereira shoved Milner and the pair exchanged words, a feisty start. Sport galleries

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And although Shaqiri arguably stole the show late on with his spectacular overhead effort, Liverpool's attacking depth shone through. With Roberto Firmino - who scored 27 goals last season - still to return, Klopp's forward line looks a force to be reckoned with in Seconds before Liverpool took the lead, Matteo Darmian galloped away down the right flank with Alexis Sanchez and Juan Mata seemingly in acres of space in front of him, only for Alberto Moreno to cut out his attempted pass.

It was a theme that continued throughout, and despite moments of brilliance with the ball at his feet, the Chilean's frustrations were too often on show for all to see. Though several heavy challenges from Liverpool's centre-backs did little to help his mood, Sanchez's irritation threatened to boil over towards the end of the first half after he was penalised for handball.

Without the likes of Romelu Lukaku, Marcus Rashford, Jesse Lingard and Paul Pogba - who are taking breaks following their World Cup exploits - Sanchez may have felt United's attacking threat rested solely on his shoulders.

Sanchez summed up his game with 15 minutes left, as after brilliantly holding off two Liverpool defenders, he could only fire high and wide with just the goalkeeper to beat. Sturridge thought he might get the chance to grab a second moments later, but when Ander Herrera barged Andy Robertson in the back on 72 minutes, Ojo won the battle for the ball and stroked his penalty past Pereira.

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