Liverpool 3-2 Paris St-Germain: Jurgen Klopp 'loved' Roberto Firmino celebration

Roberto Firmino was poked in the eye during Liverpool's win over Tottenham on Saturday- Roberto Firmino was poked in the eye during Liverpool's win over Tottenham on Saturday

Roberto Firmino was poked in the eye during Liverpool's win over Tottenham on Saturday Credit Getty Images

Roberto Firmino saved his team-mates blushes after scoring an injury time victor to secure a 3-2 win and Salah appeared to vent his relief after being seen throwing a water bottle to the ground in the dug out shortly after the Brazilian had made it 3-2 at Anfield.

In a bid to convince Firmino to play, Mane sent him a text with 12 words: "Hey Bobby, come on, we need you".

Gomez has struggled with injury problems since moving to Anfield in 2015 and his campaign was cut short last season, forcing him to miss the Champions League final and the World Cup. We're still waiting for that to happen. The match will come on matchday 5 of the Champions League for both clubs.

Klopp claimed after the match that they targeted Neymar's flank knowing he isn't a great defender.

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Did Liverpool prove they can play with Europe's elite against PSG? But at PSG, he is just an expensive decoration.

Jurgen Klopp's side took a two-goal lead at Anfield through goals from Daniel Sturridge and James Milner, before Thomas Meunier netted one back for the visitors prior to half-time. Obviously it's big for us to compete against teams like that.

Milner brought another roar out of the home fans when he left Neymar crumpled on the floor after a crunching, but fair, tackle on the Brazil forward. At PSG, though, those same shortcomings stand out a mile because everyone looks to Neymar to make the difference. PSG's superstar forwards Neymar and Mbappe did very little throughout the match with the former being completely anonymous through the second half. Perhaps he needs to move back to La Liga or to the Premier League so that he can be tested on a weekly basis rather than once every few weeks in the Champions League.

"I said to Daniel before the game he is in the best shape since I've known him, physically, and now he had to use it - and that's what he did". It doesn't look like he has that right now, though, and it was there for all to see at Anfield.

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