As for the impact of Sunday's draw on the title race, the Netherlands captain said: "I think it is not about these games, it is all about the other games, the hard games we have against mid-table and lower teams". "For Salah it was the first one so we will see in seven or eight years".
According to Eriksson, who managed England between 2001 and 2006, and also spent a season in charge at the Etihad Stadium, Liverpool are on course to win their first Premier League crown, telling Sky Sports : "It's going to be very interesting as usual".
"We have to start thinking about the players".
As I said on Match of the Day on Saturday, what has been happening at United this season has been embarrassing, right through the club.
"I am really happy with what the boys did today", Klopp said.
"We played Chelsea last week, who were excellent". Last season we lost here, and this season we drew.
The 24-year-old, who is now on global duty with Brazil ahead of their friendlies against Saudi Arabia and Argentina, is yet to start a single game for Liverpool in the Premier League so far this season. So it looks like they are in a good shape.
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"If somebody had told me after eight fixtures 20 points I'd say yes but with this fixture list I would buy it", he added. Mahrez missed a penalty which meant Liverpool, Man City and Chelsea are all level on points.
They are unbeaten in the top flight and, though they were knocked out of the Carabao Cup by Chelsea, also recorded an impressive 3-2 victory over Paris Saint-Germain in the Champions League.
Alexandre Lacazette and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang both scored twice, with Aaron Ramsey grabbing the other.
With Chelsea making up ground by winning 3-0 at Southampton, the league's three unbeaten teams go into the global break locked together on 20 points.
Yet he was typically tough on himself after gifting the late penalty by diving in on substitute Leroy Sane, with the towering centre half insisting it is lesson he must learn swiftly.