Wayne Rooney criticizes the “sloppy” United pair for their equalizer against Liverpool.

Luis Diaz found space inside the box and guided the ball into the back of Andre Onana’s net to give Jurgen Klopp’s team the lead. Fernandes leveled the score for United shortly after the interval. The captain took advantage of a grave mistake made by Jarell Quansah to produce an incredible long-range shot from forty yards out.

Then, after receiving a pass from Wan-Bissaka, Kobbie Mainoo skillfully turned inside the box and buried the ball into the upper-right corner, sending the Red Devils into a state of disbelief. Up until Wan-Bissaka was found to have illegally brought down Harvey Elliott in the danger area, United appeared to be winning.

Mohamed Salah made no errors from the penalty spot to guarantee that both teams shared the spoils after referee Anthony Taylor awarded the penalty.

Speaking on Premier League Productions (via The Mirror), Rooney criticized Liverpool’s defensive sequence that led to the penalty.

Rooney specifically named Fernandes and Wan-Bissaka as the two players who needed to improve.”When you go back a bit, Bruno Fernandes is too easy to get past when Joe Gomez is taking his run down the line,” stated United’s all-time leading scorer.

Aaron Wan-Bissaka has to emerge because Bruno dives in and allows him to pass. You avoid this scenario if he continues to walk.”

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