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James Milner shines again, Mohamed Salah's struggles continue as Liverpool edge PSG

ESPN FC chronicles Liverpool's Champions League matchweek against PSG, from the buildup around the city to the celebrations following Firmino's winner.
The guys respond to your tweets about Liverpool's win over PSG, including Salah's struggles, assigning blame for PSG and comparing the two No. 9s.

Liverpool outplayed PSG from start to finish but needed a stoppage-time winner from substitute Roberto Firmino to spare their blushes after they somehow blew a 2-0 lead. With the French side their most likely rivals to top the group, Firmino's last-gasp strike could prove crucial.

Positives

The overall performance suggests that the Merseysiders are well-equipped to make their mark on Europe again this year. PSG are one of the top sides in the competition but they were distinctly second-best throughout.

Negatives

Not...

Firmino the hero as Liverpool sink PSG to claim top spot in Group C

ESPN FC chronicles Liverpool's Champions League matchweek against PSG, from the buildup around the city to the celebrations following Firmino's winner.
ESPN FC's Craig Burley and Paul Mariner break down Liverpool's deserved win over PSG and highlight Neymar's disappearance during the match.

LIVERPOOL, England -- Three points from Anfield as Liverpool struck late on to defeat Paris Saint-Germain 3-2 in their Champions League Group C opener Tuesday.

1. Firmino strikes late to seal dramatic Liverpool win

Roberto Firmino's stoppage-time winner secured a dramatic Champions League victory against Paris Saint-Germain following a pulsating Group C clash at Anfield.

Firmino, who started the game on the substitutes' bench due to the eye injury sustained against Tottenham at the weekend,...

Champions League alternative fans' guide: biggest games, best kits and scariest trips

This season's Champions League is richer and more lucrative than ever. As a competition club it has become ever more exclusive too, with 19 of the 32 teams coming from Europe's top five leagues. But let's be clear about one thing: There is much more to the Champions League than Real Madrid winning it every year and Sergio Ramos being Sergio Ramos.

This is a story about the little guy, the decadent, the where did they come from, and once-mighty clubs returning to the big stage after what feels...

Liverpool have shown their progress in the league. Now it's time to show PSG

Anfield defines itself by European adventures. Excitement fizzes around the old stadium on Champions League nights in September. Who knows where the journey will end? Jurgen Klopp has very real hopes that the road will lead to the final in the Wanda in Madrid in May.

The opening game of the continent's most prestigious competition is thrilling enough. Paris Saint-Germain, led by Neymar, are in town. Liverpool are authentic European royalty with their haul of five European cups. PSG are the tournament's...

Liverpool pass biggest test yet; Ronaldo gets off the mark in Italy

Another test passed for Liverpool, this time away to Tottenham Hotspur, but you can see where Jurgen Klopp is coming from when he complained that the 2-1 victory did not match the performance, which was top-notch. Indeed, when you dominate as comprehensively as Liverpool did, conceding a goal in injury time and suffering through the final few seconds is not where you want to be.

That said, it shouldn't be doom and gloom, either. Three points is three points, and when they are accompanied by...

Liverpool to skip the Champions League? No thanks, Gary Neville - we're contenders

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop says he doesn't like what he's seen so far from Liverpool's strikers to start the season.

Jurgen Klopp sounded as nonplussed as everyone else when asked how what he thought of Gary Neville's theory regarding Liverpool's strategy for the season.

The former Manchester United defender-turned pundit had suggested Liverpool should forget the Champions League, "kick it into touch" and focus all their energies on the Premier League. Such comments were ill-timed at best and provocative at worst -- though many supporters assumed the latter since relations between Liverpool and United are always...