[Tweets] 'Useless', 'Fraud', - Some Fans Tear Into Liverpool Star Despite PSG Win

Marcus Newton
September 20, 2018

Thomas Meunier's 40th-minute reply made it a tense second half and when Kylian Mbappe's equalised with seven minutes left, Liverpool could have buckled. One, two or three years ago maybe people thought it's a mountain we can not climb.

Liverpool superstar Mohamed Salah is not quite having the season he enjoyed last term, wherein the Egyptian scored 44 goals across all competitions for the Reds.

The match started with Liverpool looking like the stronger side, controlling the ball well and defending with organization and well-timed challenges.

Firmino suffered an abrasion to the cornea in his left eye after a clash with Jan Vertonghen during their victory over Tottenham over the weekend and was a doubt for Tuesday's Group C opener in the Champions League.

"He's got to work hard to try to improve", Tuchel said of Mbappe.

Jurgen Klopp's side were upping the pace, and with eight minutes on the clock Milner's deflected shot fizzed behind before a Sadio Mane cross was too close to Areola.

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It continued: "One year after his arrival in Paris, the most expensive player on the planet has still not pulled his weight in a big Champions League game". We have to. Although we see ourselves [there], we have to keep making the point.

Andy Robertson was brilliant on the opposite flank and it was his sublime delivery that Daniel Sturridge headed in to put Liverpool 1-0 up after half an hour.

Milner, who was Liverpool's tireless engine in midfield, then stepped up to the penalty spot when Georginio Wijnaldum was tripped by Juan Bern, doubling the lead in the 36th minute.

Just when you thought Reds supporters couldn't love the midfielder anymore, he goes and completely wipes out PSG star Neymar, and it's just as good as it sounds.

"This team is built for winning the Champions League".

"But they were so in the game and it's not only that we fight a lot - and I love that - but we played football as well, and that looked really confident". "Maybe we need to improve in our intensity in some areas of the field".

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