Published: Fri, November 30, 2018
Sports | By Brett Lawson

PSG v Liverpool: Fireworks charges brought against French champions by Uefa

PSG v Liverpool: Fireworks charges brought against French champions by Uefa

The Brazil global helped inspire the French champions to a 2-1 win at Parc des Princes with a crucial goal, but while Neymar showcased the positive aspects of his game, he also infuriated Liverpool's players and coach Jurgen Klopp with his theatrical reaction to challenges. "If you are surprised by that, you are a bit foolish".

"I would like to know how much time they was frustrating". The referee did not initially give a penalty but then rightly changed his mind, and Milner beat Gianluigi Buffon from 12 yards.

In a separate interview, available to watch below, Klopp further reiterated his accusatory comments, and how PSG made Liverpool "look like butchers" due to the amount of times they ate grass, but are usually considered "the fairest team in England".

His close-range finish on the rebound was Neymar's 31st Champions League goal, moving him clear of Kaka as the most prolific Brazilian in the competition's history.

A win for Napoli over Red Star Belgrade means the Italians and their English counterparts go into the last game day knowing it's likely only one of them will go through to the knockout stages of the Champions League. "It's down to us to continue our league form and bounce back".

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Uefa will investigate the fireworks set off by Paris St Germain fans during their Champions League victory over Liverpool on Tuesday.

Keita has started in just five games for Liverpool in all competitions and will hope to stay fit and play a bigger role in the coming weeks. But to have the last game at home, if you don't get the win, you don't deserve to go through.

PSG knew a defeat here coupled with an unfavourable result in the night's other Group C game could see the ambitious Qatar-owned club eliminated already. "Watford was a tough game on Saturday and now we look forward to the Merseyside derby on Sunday".

Statistically, Milner and Mane were the standouts, but more surprising is that FotMob have deemed Henderson the third-best Liverpool player on the night.

Asked what more the officials could have done, Klopp replied: "I could say 500,00 things". I got into a good position and I just didn't quite find the right ball, and there were a few other situations where we just couldn't find the final ball.

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