Whether you've watched him regularly over the last few years or just seen some of those YouTube compilations set to terrible dance music, you'll nearly certainly be aware of Neymar's reputation for making opponents look a bit silly with his exceptional skill and trickery. An wonderful back-and-forth contest looked likely to end in a draw thanks to Kylian Mbappe's late equalizer, but a strike in the 92nd minute gave the Reds an impressive 3-2 win in the opener, earning three points against their top rival in the group.
But a team like PSG can never be discarded and just like that, the Parisians came back into the game at the right time through a Thomas Meunier strike.
"Daniel played a super game", Klopp added. And that's what we've done by beating both of them [Spurs and PSG].
Whether it was a result of Mane's refusal to leave him alone or not, we will never know, but Firmino told Klopp he was fit to play on the morning of the match and was brought on with 20 minutes remaining to score the victor.
Salah's 44 goals last season ensured the Egyptian was viewed as one of the world's best players.
"I think it's a big result (against PSG) honestly". In the end, the players looked out-of-place and didn't seem to be where they wanted to be.
"It is what we tried and finally we scored the third goal, which was very important for the team".
Here are four things we learned following the match.
"We have to see ourselves at that level, but even though we do, we still need to keep making the point".
"There's a real solidarity between us, because we don't worry about who's going to score the most or first".
Rarely do we see the Brazilian served up a dose of his own medicine, yet at Anfield on Tuesday night, we saw exactly that. Sturridge didn't get there in time, and it was Areola who paid the price.