"That is why Klopp handed him his first start in a Reds shirt since November 2017 because, when you get Daniel fit and firing, you can not ignore him".
"The development of our club is that when you hear Liverpool play PSG you don't think we have no chance now".
"I think Bobby doesn't need his eye to play so I told him", said the Senegal global after the thrilling 3-2 win over PSG. But the heavyweight encounter of the evening was at Anfield, and the Group C match between last season's beaten finalists and the ambitious PSG lived up to expectations. "I texted him saying, "You don't need your eye".
Liverpool will be glad Firmino listened, as he proved to be their match-winner for the third game in succession.
"We put in a great performance in the first half".
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. "It is very important for us to keep going on our good run".
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That provided a reminder of Liverpool's threat in European competition after they produced a number of scintillating displays on the way to the final in Kiev last season, where they ultimately lost to Real Madrid.
"We scored wonderful goals, they were thunderballs".
"They changed a bit of the system, we expected it and didn't think too much about it", the German tactician told BT Sport. "We're a team and we know that".
Making his first ever start for the Reds in a Champions League fixture (in his seventh season at the club), Daniel Sturridge took half-and-hour to break the deadlock, creeping between two defenders to head an Andrew Robertson cross home from close range.
"We missed the right pass and didn't find consistency", he said.
The player was also responsible for PSG's equaliser at the death, after he gave away possession cheaply. No game is easy.