Jurgen Klopp admits his decision cost Reds against Southampton

Liverpool v Paris Saint Germain- UEFA Champions League Group C

Liverpool v Paris Saint Germain- UEFA Champions League Group C

Liverpool have a free-kick 30 yards from goal, Shaqiri unleashes a brilliant effort which rattles the bar and it's Salah who reacts quickest to tap home the rebound, with the ball having nearly crossed the line on its way down from the crossbar.

Jurgen Klopp's men also made an excellent start to the Champions League group stages after beating Paris Saint-Germain in a five-goal thriller in midweek so the Merseysiders should be full of confidence heading in to this game having won all of their matches so far this season.

Klopp's lack of concern over his form is supported by the 44 goals he scored in all competitions after a similarly slow start in his first season with the club.

In the same period Southampton have scored none or one in 16 of their 21 away games, which suggests not much should be expected of them especially with Ings unavailable.

"On the defensive side the last two games were outstanding, ideal from him".

The 26-year-old was substituted shortly after his error led to PSG's equaliser at Anfield on Tuesday, and Keown has now said that Salah has not yet fully recovered from his injury. That says everything about him that he is really ready to work for the team in these moments.

Hunt for shark after two attacks
Justine Barwick, from Tasmania, was bitten on the leg and flown to the same hospital, where she is also in a critical condition. WHEN Bobby Macdonald responded to a mayday call late yesterday afternoon, he did not expect to be faced with a shark attack.

"They came between our lines, maybe that would not have happened if we'd seen it from the first second with our normal formation but you have to take that". "I had a long injury in my career and the first month you take it somehow and then you think: "That's really boring and it's not exactly why I wanted to play football".

"Xherdan Shaqiri was influential and Joel Matip was too, but our organisation was a problem".

"The boys are in good shape and that helps".

"It's going to be a big test for us, we understand that - but we are on a decent run in terms of confidence".

"It's very important", he added.

"That was all good, we controlled the game in the second half".

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