"Right at the end, we had the chance with Julian Draxler that could have won it before Liverpool scored".
Paris Saint-Germain superstar Neymar showed a touch of class in the aftermath of his side's narrow defeat against Liverpool in the Champions League, seeking out Roberto Firmino to congratulate the striker on his match-winning goal.
Firmino had recovered enough to come of the bench and grab the added-time victor but Klopp was pleased with both forwards, especially as the Brazilian looked set to miss out completely.
First-half goals from Daniel Sturridge and James Milner gave Jurgen Klopp's side a deserved 2-1 lead at the break, with Thomas Meunier managing to pull one back for PSG five minutes before half-time. "We were so strong and good with the ball", a relieved Klopp said.
Messi was also at his mesmerizing best as Barcelona swept aside PSV in one of the other games last night.
"It was really important we started like we did".
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Salah shot narrowly over before PSG made a change, Di Maria replaced by Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting, and then Mane steered a low effort across goal from an acute angle.
After being sent on loan to West Bromwich Albion last season, the injury-prone England forward's Liverpool career looked over.
The Brazilian had his left eye accidentally gouged by Spurs defender Jan Vertonghen as they tussled for the ball at Wembley, leading to Firmino being taken to hospital before returning to Merseyside. "You can bring Bobby Firmino on and that helps a lot".
Three minutes later, Liverpool forced the first save when Milner's cross fell to Virgil van Dijk, whose strike was pushed over the bar by Alphonse Areola.