Andy Robertson confident Liverpool can win away to Paris Saint-Germain

Florence Fletcher
November 9, 2018

"Red Star wanted to strike back, which they did".

Andy Robertson described Liverpool's overall form as effective but lacking its usual spark, an analysis supported by the team's best start to a Premier League season yet also a run of three wins in nine matches in all competitions.

Michael Owen is optimistic that Liverpool FC can secure a positive result at Paris Saint-Germain in their next Champions League game at the end of November.

But the introduction of Roberto Firmino and Joe Gomez did little to galvanise the Reds and Red Star held on to claim a famous victory.

Dominic King reports that Naby Keita will return to Liverpool's starting lineup to face Fulham on the weekend, with the Guinean able to inject increased levels of creativity into the side.

Nenad Krsticicuels tussles for the ball with Mohamed Salah.

Meanwhile, midfielder Adam Lallana insisted the players must react and take responsibility for their poor performance against Red Star.

Milan Pavkov thumps home a header from Marin's right-wing corner. There were a lot of moments when we could get in control of the game and we didn't do it, we made the wrong decisions.

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There was an ominous feeling to Liverpool's 200th match in the Champions League/European Cup when, in the 17th minute, Daniel Sturridge missed a sitter.

The visitors almost got lucky 10 minutes after half-time when Andrew Robertson's deflected cross bounced back off the top of the crossbar.

The English club have now lost both of their away games in the group stage, having been beaten 1-0 at Napoli last month. That leaves them second in the group with tough fixtures against PSG and Napoli.

Liverpool remain tied with Napoli at the top of Group C on six points.

"You don't want to go into the last game needing to beat Napoli or Napoli needing a draw or anything like that". "The crowd was big for them and it's been a long time since they've been in the Champions League, it was always going to be a big game". They're probably the only ones this season that we haven't, for whatever reason.

Klopp's men are now a whopping 12/1 to win the Champions League this season, out from odds of 8/1 before the game last night.

Monaco, a semifinalist in 2017, slumped to a 4-0 home loss to Club Brugge, who registered their first win in Group A.

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