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Daniel Sturridge of Liverpool celebrates with team mates after scoring the first goal during the Group C match of the UEFA Champions League between Liverpool and Paris Saint-Germain at Anfield on September 18, 2018 in Liverpool, United Kingdom. Where Liverpool excel in the grit and graft of a game to a man, PSG's star power go walkabout. But Mane has revealed he was continually trying to convince his forward partner to feature.

"I think Bobby doesn't need his eye to play so I told him", said the Senegal worldwide after the thrilling 3-2 win over PSG.

"I can open the eye again", Firmino told Juergen Klopp, according to his manager after the 3-2 victory. I texted him saying: "'You don't need your eye!'"

"I think it's a big result (against PSG) honestly. The signs look great for trophies, the best they've looked in years, and fans should be feeling very hopeful". Liverpool conceded one less goal than PSG and deservedly won the game 3-2, yet L'Equipe have rated PSG's centre-backs higher than or equal to most of their team.

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

"You could sense the frustration and anger when they conceded two, but they still got that goal when they needed it most. The squad is so strong as a unit", he said. "With Bobby obviously struggling, Studge comes in and scores for us. With our qualities, we can vary play, we have the players and the technical quality to do so". "It was incredible. You can see they supported us to the end and we deserved to win in the end".

"We are good at getting in people's faces", Robertson said, "especially at home to make it uncomfortable". Both sides looking to dominate their group stage as they share similar traits in attack.

Trent Alexander-Arnold raced down the right unmarked, but Sturridge's header was too close to Areola, and Sturridge then tried a curling finish from the edge of the area but sent it arcing over.