Published: Thu, September 20, 2018
Sport | By Gary Shelton

Mane left Neymar for dead

Mane left Neymar for dead

Liverpool were rewarded for their excellent start as they found themselves two goals up after 36 minutes, Daniel Sturridge getting the opener before James Milner netted a penalty.

On a night of pulsating action there was to be one last twist in the tale, as Firmino left it until the 91st-minute to pull a victor out of the back, wriggling into a shooting position inside a crowded PSG area before rattling a low shot across Areola and inside the far post.

It's caused quite the debate on social media, however if Liverpool supporters are after some footage of the match that simply can't be disputed, then they will take enormous joy from this clip of fan favourite James Milner.

"Daniel played a super game", Klopp added.

Neymar is known for his skills and showboating, leaving several defenders bamboozled throughout his career.

"To come off the bench after his injury at the weekend is incredible really", said Klopp.

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Sturridge made his mark in the 30th minute with a powerful header to break the deadlock in emphatic fashion in the Champions League clash.

However, Roberto Firmino popped up with the winning goal for the Reds in second-half stoppage time.

"I think Bobby doesn't need his eye to play so I told him", said the Senegal global after the thrilling 3-2 win over PSG. They were so in the game, and while we had to fight a lot we also played football. Both sides looking to dominate their group stage as they share similar traits in attack.

"We knew PSG had their qualities; it was top level".

"We will look forward to playing in all competitions and hopefully we can compete on all fronts and we will see where it takes us", he said. "I really think it's going to be an English team".

The Reds begin their Champions League campaign with a home tie against PSG on Tuesday and Klopp says he is not at all anxious by Salah and Mané's form in front of goal against Spurs.

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