In one of the most anticipated matches of the Champions League on Tuesday, Liverpool won and beat Paris Saint-Germain 3-2 in Group C.
At Anfield and with refereeing from Turkish Cuneyt Cakir, Liverpool took the lead on the scoreboard in the 30th minute by Daniel Sturridge who played in front of Brazilian Roberto Firmino. Six minutes later, James Milner increased the count, turning a penalty.
Even before the interval, Paris Saint-Germain reduced by the right Belgian right Thomas Meunier, in the 40 minutes.
In the second half, the Tuchels’ leaders grew up in the match and went in search of the equalizer, achieved only in the 83rd minute by young Kylian Mbappe.
But at the rebates, Roberto Firmino who entered the second half, gave the three points to the English.
Still in this game, the Naples was not more than a tie to zero balls in the visit to the ground of the Red Star of Belgrade.
Liverpool adds three points, Naples and Red Star have one, and PSG has not yet scored.