The former Real Madrid and Chelsea manager made two changes to his starting lineup, with Ashley Young getting his first league start of the season and Marouane Fellaini partnering Ander Herrera in the midfielder. The Belgium international's inclusion saw Paul Pogba play in the advance position.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic had the best chance to help the visitors get the much needed lead, while David de Gea's two brilliant saves in the second half made sure United kept a clean sheet. Jurgen Klopp started Daniel Sturridge to lead the Merseyside club's attack against the Red Devils.
However, the England international failed to create any trouble for United's defenders and was replaced in the second half by Adam Lallana. Liverpool enjoyed possession for the majority of the game, while the 20-time English champions made sure they restricted the hosts from finding the back of the net.
Klopp was disappointed with the result, but was delighted that Liverpool kept their first clean sheet of this campaign. IBTimes UK has complied some of the best Twitter reactions after Liverpool's clash with United ended in a 0-0 draw.