Champions League: Liverpool makes headway in PSG home-opener

Paris St Germain's Kylian Mbappe was kept in check by Liverpool's Andrew Robertson for the majority of their Champions League defeat at Anfield (Martin Rickett/PA).

While Liverpool found a late victor, questions have already been asked about the play of PSG star Neymar.

But Klopp has stressed that his side, containing the prolific frontline trio of Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino, will also represent a stern test for PSG in the Group C opener. They didn't create too many and we had a number of chances.

"We changed the system because we expected a change from them".

Liverpool could not have wished for a better opening to their trophy chasing efforts, with six successive victories having now been taken in following a 3-2 victory over PSG on Tuesday. We played a midfield that played a lot together past year.

"It shows we have so much quality".

"We have to see ourselves at that level, but even though we do, we still need to keep making the point".

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"Do I have to compare them? I loved his goal celebration", Klopp grinned.

Our club's mantra is to ensure that anyone associated with Liverpool never walk alone or feel abandoned and by not backing every player to the hilt, criticism aside, some aren't afforded the support that should be a given at Liverpool.

Back at Chelsea for the 2013-14 season, Mourinho's change of scene did not bring of change of luck - this time it was Atletico Madrid who were the tormentors as the manager tasted semi-final anguish for the fourth successive year.

Sources told ESPN FC that Liverpool were continually monitoring the situation of the then-Monaco forward before he ended up moving to PSG that same summer.

PSG boss Thomas Tuchel, however, believes his team were hard done by last night, claiming the result was "not logical or correct", going by the teams' performances. While Sturridge may be a good finisher, the Brazilian is a complete forward and exactly the man who Klopp would want to build a side around. "What a player, what a player".

"I saw the interview Klopp gave last night, he spoke about the defensive work of the whole team, meaning the front three as well".

The fans cited below, however, simply can not contain their dislike for Henderson and really ought to show more support for a player that bleeds Red.

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