Late Firmino strike gives Liverpool 3-2 Champions League win over PSG

Daniel Sturridge replaced Firmino in Liverpool's starting XI and the 29-year-old scored Liverpool's opening goal in the first half.

On first viewing, it did seem that the Egyptian was seemingly unhappy at the goal, but later replays also showed him raising his arms in celebration just seconds prior to the water bottle incident.

Star strikers Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane were unable to find the back of the net, though it wasn't for a want of trying - with the Senegalese worldwide choosing to go for goal himself instead of squaring it to Salah at Wembley Stadium.

"Neymar tried to help the team".

"I think you have to [look at] the way this team is, the bond they have out there on the pitch".

Roberto Firmino went off with an eye injury in Liverpool's 2-1 win against Tottenham at Wembley on Saturday 15 September.

"Obviously it was an incredible journey but it's a new start now, a clean slate, and we have to continue reaching those stages of the competition year in, year out".

A goal-fest was predicted by many in this game with two swashbuckling sides going head to head against one another.

"For me, there is no need to worry at the moment".

Liverpool thought they had a third after the break when Mohamed Salah had the ball in the net but the effort was ruled out by referee Cuneyt Cakir who correctly ruled that Sturridge had fouled Areola when the pair scrapped for a loose ball. We know the players after the World Cup have struggled a bit. I don't want us to put pressure on ourselves, but yes, everything is possible. "You can not play at 95 per cent, you have to reach 100 per cent or you have no chance", said Klopp.

"I am proud of this team and I hope that we will do better in front of our supporters in Paris". We used the wings and that's what we wanted in the second half, we said it at half-time.

The match started with Liverpool looking like the stronger side, controlling the ball well and defending with organization and well-timed challenges. One, two or three years ago maybe people thought it's a mountain we can not climb.

When asked about his relationship with Mane, Salah told France Football: "We are friends, we talk a lot".