Liverpool enjoying best start in 57 years after PSG win

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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.

"Today, this Liverpool team outperformed and outworked this Paris Saint-Germain".

And the former Hoffenheim forward bumped into his compatriot Neymar after the match as he was speaking to reporters. Bobby tested it a little bit but then he went in.

"But there's nothing better than a late goal win".

The Reds got their reward on the half-hour mark when Sturridge found space between the two opposition defenders to head past Areola from Andrew Robertson's inch-perfect cross on the left. "It was a great ball by this man here", he said, to which Robertson swiftly joked: "Yeah, couldn't miss!"

A decision on whether to include him in the squad has not been made and Hughes is keen to wait until tomorrow to see whether it is serious enough for the Italian to not make the trip to Merseyside.

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The Liverpool forward damaged his shoulder after he was hauled to the ground by Sergio Ramos during the first half in Kiev. Last night, Liverpool and PSG produced an unbelievable game to remind all of us why we miss Europe's foremost club competition.

Southampton have won one and drawn two of their first five matches and, having surrendered a two-goal lead in their draw with Brighton and Hove Albion on Monday, will have to step up their game to get anything at Anfield.

The Dutchman added: 'If you are a coach then you would be going insane. We think it just might be a neural thing. "He's been pushing that for a long time and everybody's in to do it".

It was clear that [Jordan] Hendo would come back and it was a brilliant performance from him.

"I felt we controlled it".

Real lost their flawless La Liga record at the weekend as they fought from behind to secure a 1-1 draw at Athletic Bilbao, and Roma may fancy their chances of causing a shock on Spanish soil after reaching last season's semi-finals. But the lads stuck at it and kept going and we found that second wind in the last few minutes.

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