Left-back Andrew Robertson was impressive in keeping Kylian Mbappe in check for much of the game and he believes they have the capabilities to challenge in both the Premier League and Champions League.
Gomez continues to glisten in the heart of defence, and as you go through Liverpool's teamsheet that think of the titanic individual showings that filtered into a strong team display, it belies belief that they so almost squandered their good work by ceding a two-goal lead.
Firmino still had to bide his time to play, starting on the bench and watching as Liverpool threw away a two-goal lead.
Obviously we lost the goal just before half-time and 2-1 is a bit uncomfortable. That said, we were not 100 per cent focused.
"He's got the fiery side but also the "Klopp hug", as I think it's known".
It all made for painful viewing for PSG coach Thomas Tuchel in his first Champions League game with the French champions. But Mauro Icardi's brilliant late volley brought the hosts level, and Matias Vecino headed in a stoppage-time victor for Inter, back in the Champions League for the first time since 2011-12.
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This was Anfield, though, and as he observed in his pre-match press conference, "You can never feel comfortable here".
It is admittedly slightly worrying that his performances this season so far have in no way been reminiscent of last year's superlatives. That's who Jurgen Klopp is.
"Daniel (Sturridge) played a super game". We have to. Although we see ourselves [there], we have to keep making the point.
Just 4 minutes after the Milner penalty, Bernat found some measure of redemption when his cross led to PSG's first goal of the day.
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.
Liverpool thought they had a third after the break when Mohamed Salah had the ball in the net but the effort was ruled out by referee Cuneyt Cakir who correctly ruled that Sturridge had fouled Areola when the pair scrapped for a loose ball.