Liverpool boss Dalglish hails Anfield crowd for Man Utd win

Liverpool boss Kenny Dalglish was happy with the behaviour of Anfield fans for their FA Cup win over Manchester United.

Liverpool boss Kenny Dalglish was happy with the behaviour of Anfield fans for their FA Cup win over Manchester United.

Patrice Evra was booed throughout by Liverpool fans but other than a few expletive-filled chants and a couple of antagonistic banners nothing untoward happened inside the ground.

"I think both sets of fans were a magnificent advert for their clubs," said Dalglish.

"Both clubs can be very proud of the fans they have here. There was a good bit banter between both fans, which is brilliant because you don't want to take that away.

"I think in the main they were fantastic and the players were a credit to that because none of them tried to do anything other than play football.

"They (United fans) will be disappointed at losing but they deserve credit for contributing to the occasion.

"That is what the players did and the fans did; the fans are entitled to support their team, absolutely no problem.

"I don't think there was anything there that was untowards."

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