Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho wants his players to focus on their Cup commitments.
United beat Jurgen Klopp's side 2-1 to consolidate second spot, but Mourinho hailed tomorrow's Champions League tie with Sevilla and Saturday's FA Cup quarter-final against Brighton as more important matches.
“Sevilla and Brighton are more important games than Liverpool," said Mourinho.
“Liverpool was Liverpool, it was a big match, a match against a direct competitor for the top four, but nothing is decided yet. We have eight more games and 24 points to play for.
"But Seville and Brighton are 'die or live' games, so the next two are much more important than the Liverpool one."