Liverpool 'made a point' with PSG victory - Gomez

Florence Fletcher
September 20, 2018

One, two or three years ago maybe people thought it's a mountain we can not climb.

In pre-season testing Milner came out on top against his teammates in the lactate fitness test - a measurement of aerobic endurance - as he was the last man standing as others dropped off as both the distance ran and speed picked up. It's still so unbelievably hard. What the boys make of the match plan is extraordinarily outstanding to be honest, one of them a yard less tonight and game over.

Liverpool's Champions League win over Paris Saint-Germain proved they are on a par with Europe's best, according to Joe Gomez.

Making his first ever start for the Reds in a Champions League fixture (in his seventh season at the club), Daniel Sturridge took half-and-hour to break the deadlock, creeping between two defenders to head an Andrew Robertson cross home from close range.

France global and World Cup star Kylian Mbappe levelled with six minutes to go to seemingly rescue a point for the visitors after a one-sided Champions League clash.

Alexander-Arnold was part of the Liverpool FC team that lost 3-1 to Real Madrid in the Champions League final back in May.

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With right back Kieran Trippier too far forward, Liverpool were able to play a ball in behind to Mane, who crossed for Roberto Firmino to score.

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Ahead of Liverpool's Champions League clash against PSG on Tuesday night, Jordan Henderson spoke of his desire to force his way back into Jurgen Klopp's starting line-up.

"The three in midfield also (were great) but they can only do that when the front three play like they do and in that number nine position he (Sturridge) did".

"You've all seen the "no look" goals so I think he doesn't need his eye to play".

Liverpool are back in action this weekend at Anfield when they host Southampton on Saturday afternoon.

But Firmino, who had come on for Sturridge earlier, scored a last-gasp victor to secure all three points for the Champions League finalists. "The day before yesterday it was no chance", he said.

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