'At the start of the season, everybody expected a two-horse title race between City and Liverpool, but it looks like it's a three-way race and that shows how far United have come in the previous year under Solskjaer.
We also don't see Man United overshadowing teams like Manchester City and Liverpool to win the Premier League title this season but their fine form should be enough to help them secure a Champions League spot for the 2021-22 season.
Troublingly for Klopp, his side have failed to score in three consecutive home league games for the first time since 1984.
Now goalless in their last three outings on home soil, Liverpool have also lost back-to-back home games for the first team since September 2012, when they were beaten by Arsenal and Manchester United.
"Brighton were the better team. We were hugely disappointing all over the park", the Scotland global said. We are seven points behind them and they have a game in hand.
"We did not really do anything of note".
"When you do not show up, you do not get results. For now we enjoy this game, and tomorrow we will start to think about the next game", Guardiola said. It is just not clicking. We need to find a way to get results, especially at home. "You can do everything in training".
Man United failed to break down both Arsenal and the Blades last week which is something a team like Man City and Liverpool would not have found hard.
Manchester City are now leading the way at the top of the Premier League table ahead of their crunch showdown against Liverpool FC at Anfield this weekend. "As this moment stands, we're not in the title race".
Liverpool have an opportunity to claw back some of those points when they play Pep Guardiola's side on Sunday at Anfield, but Hargreaves feels Jurgen Klopp should be more anxious about the way his side are playing than the actual results. I'm sure they'd say the same if they were potentially 10 points behind.
Liverpool had gone on a ridiculous 68-match unbeaten home run that stretched all the way back to April 2017 but the streak ended against Burnley courtesy of an Ashley Barnes penalty.
"The only explanation now is that we are a tired team, mentally more or less", he told BT Sport. "We do not turn into a bad team overnight".