No mountain too high for improving Liverpool, says Klopp

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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.

Brazilian Roberto Firmino was left on the bench after suffering an eye injury in Saturday's Premier League win at Tottenham Hotspur, allowing Sturridge to step into the side.

Back in Champions League action for the first time since last season's agonising final defeat against Real Madrid, Liverpool erased the bitter taste of that loss with a thrilling success against the star-studded French champions. "It was wonderful. You can see they supported us to the end and we deserved to win in the end".

"I think this year we're confident as a team", he said.

"It is still so unbelievably hard". It's not that you can plan for it.

"One of them a yard less tonight, and game over".

"The way they played and used the full-backs Alexander-Arnold and Robertson in the wide areas".

"It's a lot more tuned than maybe it was in the past".

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Even manager Jurgen Klopp admitted he thought the 26-year-old had "no chance" of playing when he saw him on Monday, but Mane was not prepared to give up on his teammate.

"Fair play to him and all the lads have done brilliantly". "Physical-wise so good".

"In the end we've got players like Bobby that have quality and he pulled it out for us".

"We are working hard to achieve something important (in the Champions League)". We knew what to expect from the opponent [PSG].

He was named Scotland captain earlier this month, too, and has started the new campaign in excellent form, claiming a trademark assist for Daniel Sturridge's opener against PSG. "I am sure they are going to win a trophy this year", he said of Liverpool, as quoted by the Daily Mail. "Yesterday it didn't look really well and we had only one session this morning".

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

Yes, when you have Bobby Firmino available, you actually always think, "Come on, bring him".

'But it was nice to see how Daniel performed tonight and he paid 100 per cent back.

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