Jurgen Klopp says Liverpool players have 'laser focus' on success

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When Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain returns from injury, Liverpool will have real strength in depth as well as versatility across the whole midfield and wing areas with players capable of turning a game on its head through their vision, power and dribbling ability.

If the contest was still just about alive, it was ended six minutes into the second half when Salah converted from the penalty spot. Drawn in a group alongside Liverpool, Napoli and PSG, the Serbians were always unlikely to advance further in the competition and the latest result makes their task all the more hard. Klopp has made room for Shaqiri on the right, moving Salah central, and he has delivered, creating the victor at Huddersfield Town and starring again on Wednesday. It's an exceptional number and hopefully he can continue. The manager added: "He is completely fine".

"One of Liverpool's problems previous year was their depth of squad and when you look at the Champions League final and see the substitutes of Liverpool against the substitutes of Real Madrid, you could see there was a significant difference in quality and I think Klopp has addressed that".

The German coach was delighted with his side's performance.

When asked at Tuesday's press conference about the feeling that Liverpool can up their level this season, he said: "We have to prove that. I'm very proud about that and I hope to keep scoring to help the team win games", he told BT Sport. The sight of Fabinho in the Red Star penalty area numerous times would have also surprised Liverpool's Serbian visitors.

In tonight's other group C fixture, French champions PSG take on Italian side Napoli at the Parc des Princes in Paris.

"I think the points will be shared at Old Trafford in what promises to be a cracker".

"You can see that they live their big dream... this generation has come through (to the group stage) like a miracle and now they want to extend it".

'This group stays exciting to the end.

The Swiss worldwide picked up the ball in midfield and fed a perfectly weighted ball to Andy Robertson, who pulled back for Firmino in the box, who finished spectacularly with his left foot to put the Reds ahead in the 20th minute.