Manchester United became the second side in the Premier League this season to stop Liverpool from scoring following their goalless draw at Anfield on Monday evening.
United put on a solid defensive display but it came at a price. The Red Devils recorded their lowest amount of possession ever recorded in the history of the club in the process.
The Premier League giants had just 35 percent of the ball as they sat back and looked to break up play. The figure was the lowest United have ever seen since Opta started collecting the data back in 2003-04.
35% – Man Utd recorded just 35% possession against Liverpool; their lowest figure in a PL game in Opta's records (2003-present). Passive.
— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) October 17, 2016
Despite only keeping just over a third of the possession over the course of the 90 minutes United did have a few chances to steal all three points with Zlatan Ibrahimovic having arguably the best chance to head the ball into the back of the net.
The Reds also have a few chances but United goalkeeper David de Gea put on an impressive display making vital saves.