The home side left it late to seal the win at Anfield Tuesday. AFP / Paul ELLIS
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The home side left it late to seal the win at Anfield Tuesday, with Brazil's Roberto Firmino coming off the bench to edge a five-goal thriller 3-2 in stoppage time.PSG fielded a $525 million frontline of Neymar, Kylian Mbappe and Edison Cavani, but once again on a Champions League night away from the French capital the visitors wilted.Other than goalkeeper Alisson Becker, who did not make a save of note, Klopp included no summer signings in his starting lineup.Liverpool rode the firepower of their own fantastic front three of Firmino, Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane to reach the final last season.Milner scored the penalty won by Wijnaldum for Liverpool's second and dispossessed Mbappe to set up Firmino's winner.
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