Roberto Firmino dons glasses on return to Liverpool FC training


Roberto Firmino's stoppage-time victor secured a dramatic Champions League victory against Paris Saint-Germain following a pulsating Group C clash at Anfield.

Just imagine, then, how good Liverpool will be when Salah finds his golden touch again.

I was made up for him to get his goal and he fully deserved his standing ovation when he came off for Firmino in the second half.

"I loved his goal celebration". I texted him saying: "'You don't need your eye!'"

Jurgen Klopp saluted lethal finishes from Roberto Firmino and Daniel Sturridge as Liverpool kicked off their Champions League campaign with a dramatic 3-2 win over Paris Saint-Germain on Tuesday.

Liverpool defeated Paris Saint-Germain in their first match in the Champions League, 3-2.

Of course, it is important that he knows his role at the club because if Liverpool's front three of Sadio Mane, Firmino and Mohamed Salah are in form, they are still going to play most of the games. Jurgen Klopp's men have won all of their Premier League games this season, including an impressive defeat of Tottenham on Saturday.

'I felt well when I came on to the pitch, ' said Firmino.

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However, the visitors drew level courtesy of Thomas Meunier before the break as well as a strike from Kylian Mbappe who netted in the 83rd minute.

"Yes, in terms of footballing and technical qualities, they are much better than us, but in mindset, we were stronger".

"The team that have really impressed me is Liverpool, they do look the real deal", Shearer wrote in his column for Coral.

"With Bobby obviously struggling, Studge (Sturridge) comes in and scores for us".

As it happens, Liverpool did beat them, repeatedly last season, winning three out of four against the eventual champions, including a breathtaking two-leg victory in the Champions League semi-final.

And that's what we've done by beating both of them [PSG and Spurs]. "It is a point of view (that Ligue 1 is easy) that does not help us within the club".

For anyone who saw them play in the 1970s and 1980s, the name Liverpool is synonymous with complete domination, silverware, and thrilling football.