And Klopp has stressed the importance of his players once again being on their mettle if they are to quell the attacking threat brought by the likes of Neymar, Kylian Mbappe and Edinson Cavani. The Italian's presence in the dressing room, his club hope, will help PSG in a match much-anticipated by the French champions who have an admiration for Liverpool and the power of Anfield.
"It was different to all the other games obviously, because Tottenham is a different team so we had to do that, but that was actually always one of our biggest strengths so we did pretty well". It was painful, but he will be fine, we only don't know exactly when. "We want better for this club". It would come as a huge blow to the Reds forward who was direclty involved in 16 Champions League goals last season.
"Everybody knows about the quality of Paris - their team is built for winning the Champions League".
"Everyone knows where Paris is, obviously, and everyone knows about their power on the pitch so it's a challenge - but I'm really looking forward to it".
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"PSG are without a win in their last four Champions League games against English sides and have only kept one clean sheet in their previous 12 ties against PL opposition", Owen told BetVictor.
Having begun his Liverpool career at left-back and spent the majority of last season on the right-hand side of the defence, the 21-year-old has made a seamless transition into what many always assumed would be his long-term position and looks to have all the attributes to establish himself next to Van Dijk at the heart of the Reds' defence and remain there for years to come.
Klopp claimed Firmino's injury involved "an abrasion of the eye, but there will be no lasting damage" after he was assessed at a London hospital.
"There's a real solidarity between us, because we don't worry about who's going to score the most or first". That must be a big plus for us.
"So it will be the start of another very interesting journey at least, because the group is hard". "Liverpool have already won five titles, so we are challengers in this competition and still learning".