Published: Wed, September 19, 2018
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

Firmino the hero as Liverpool sink PSG, go top of Group C

Firmino the hero as Liverpool sink PSG, go top of Group C

Six minutes later last season's Champions League runners-up doubled their lead when PSG defender Juan Bernat tripped Georginio Wijnaldum in the area and James Milner slotted home the penalty.

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.

"I hope so", Ferdinand said on BT Sport when asked if Salah was celebrating. "It is too early to speak about anything, but it is very important for us to focus more because we are Liverpool, we are a stronger team, and we will try to do our best every game", added Mane.

Whether you've watched him regularly over the last few years or just seen some of those YouTube compilations set to very bad 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.

"I do not think that this defeat was a logical result", Tuchel said at a post-match news conference".

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A goal-fest was predicted by many in this game with two swashbuckling sides going head to head against one another. Physical-wise, so good, because obviously as we know that the players after the World Cup normally struggle a bit... he is ready now and that's really important for us. Sturridge didn't get there in time, and it was Areola who paid the price.

"We played against teams challenging for the title and we still managed to reach the final, so of course we can do it again". Denying them so often tonight, I don't think a lot of teams did that so far.

Rarely do we see the Brazilian served up a dose of his own medicine, yet at Anfield on Tuesday night, we saw exactly that. We used the wings and that's what we wanted in the second half, we said it at half-time.

"In my opinion, we put in a top-level first-half display".

"Neymar on the left was not a bad idea and makes defending more hard, we needed more focus and we felt we did really well". One, two or three years ago maybe people thought it's a mountain we can not climb.

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