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PSG suffered their first defeat but how Salah reacted in Firmino’s goal

Bright Okafor

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Liverpool extended their 100% record with 3:2 victory against Paris Saint-Germain at the last minutes of the game with Firmino showing why he was trusted to come in by his boss.

The victory showed their resilience and character irrespective of their performance making them unbeaten in 6 matches.

The game was up to expectation even though Neymar was out-marked by Liverpool players.

The new superstar on the block, Mbappe got a goal towards the end of the second half but Liverpool’s remarkable No.9 Roberto Firmino made his mark after coming in for Daniel Sturridge.

The first goal came in through Sturridge’s sublime header, before James Milner extended the lead with a penalty.

PSG responded quickly through right-back Muneir but in the second half, there were few more goals to celebrate.

The second half was a little bit on a knife edge until Salah missed his untimely pass to Julian Draxler who connected Neymar to Mbappe who was never going to miss from that position.

Salah was remorseful while he was replaced by Xherdan Shaqiri and in the cause of additional time, Firmino increased the cacophony on the pitch with a fascinating goal but the Egyptian forward was seen when he through is can on the flow: it is left be known if he reacted because he was removed or he was invariably celebrating in disguise.

All Liverpool players were awesome including Mane to be precise who though wasn’t on the score sheet but his bags of energy and creativity was fantastic.

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Okafor Bright is a B.Eng holder of Petroleum Engineering who is passionate about sports, articles and content development.