Match updates as LFC return to Premier League action


The Reds play Paris St-Germain in the Champions League at Anfield on Tuesday. We get so much information, we can see how the players react in different situations.

The global break was long and arduous but with Premier League action set to resume today, supporters will be able to feast their eyes on the most exciting game of the week at Wembley.

However, at 2-0 ahead and cruising, Spurs' Erik Lamela somewhat dampened Liverpool's satisfaction with his 93rd minute goal.

Time will tell if Liverpool are good enough to win a major trophy this season but there is no doubt this squad is improving and looking stronger than it has done for many years.

However, Liverpool preserved their flawless start with five wins from five after coming through arguably their biggest test yet.

"We have to go again in three days, not long for recovery, pretty quick", Klopp said.

'I'm not sure, but there may be an injury with Roberto, we don't know exactly in the moment, ' admitted Klopp.

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"I don't know what he means with that, to be honest". I have no clue what exactly happened.

"Maybe [if he learns this] he will arrive to play in a very good level and be one of the best midfielders in England".

A post was also involved in Liverpool's second as Jan Vertonghen slid in to block Mane's low cross, Vorm was unable to gather the rebound and Firmino converted from point-blank range.

In many pubs and newspaper sports pages column inches (this was a time before everything was said on social media) people lamented that Ryan Giggs, the messiah of the left-wing, played for Wales and not England.

"For me the performance was better than the result. It was the moment where we could show that we are really convinced about what we are doing, we just had to do it more often and in a better way".

Former Tottenham and Manchester United forward Dimitar Berbatov has backed Liverpool to come out victorious this weekend.