When asked if he expected Mourinho to play for a point despite the fact that United will be at home, Lovren said: "I think so".
Rashford's double - on his first Premier League start since Boxing Day - proved decisive, as Liverpool couldn't add to the Bailly own goal as they slipped to a first defeat in eight games in all competitions.
"When you are younger than I am, and you are learning the game, I think you do need it".
"We are all in it together". It is just the all-round game is starting to become more clear. Sometimes you are in the team, sometimes you are not in the team.More news: Run banks rise on PNB compensation hopes, easing rate woes
"But my experiences from the past mean I understand that's part of the game. I still have to work to swallow this one and it's quite hard".
"And if someone says that we "parked the bus" I've no problem with that".
Marcus Rashford naturally grabbed all the headlines due to his brace, but one unlikely United player managed to surprising garner a lot of praised from the fans, thanks to a moment that occurred around the 58th minute of the game.
"You know why? Well we might not win the league this year, but everybody loves watching them play, I love watching them play".More news: UVA loses De'Andre Hunter to injury
He discovered that Rashford has actually featured more than any other player since Mourinho took over.
It also shows that Rashford - despite falling out of favour recently - is definitely getting the game-time needed to develop.
Jose Mourinho was content to allow Liverpool's middle three time and space, instead encircling the front three so Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino would have found playing in a telephone box more airy.
"When we have the ball we have to play football, they are physically very strong.If we can win the ball, we can use the space, it'll help of course, it's not an attacking team against a defending team". You want to see this player every week'.More news: Bengals swap first-round picks with Bills for LT Cordy Glenn