Bobby Firmino late goal secured Liverpool's first champions league win while Spurs were stunned a late come back by Inter at Sansiro.

Liverpool were the first to find the net thanks first half goal by Daniel Sturridge who was making his first ever champions league appearance for the club. James milner then calmly slotted the second from the spot after Georginio Wijnaldum, the Dutch midfielder drove into the area too quickly for Bernat to pull a foot out of his path. 

PSGs first goal five minutes before the break was well-taken by Thomas Meunier when Robertson let Di Maria's cross bounce off him. Edinson Cavani had tried to connect with it having been in an offside position.
The chances for Liverpool came and went, including a Salah goal disallowed when Sturridge went over the top and into Areola's groin.
Always, it felt, they were vulnerable and so it proved when Salah's pass was intercepted and Neymar embarked on a run that ended with Mbappe finishing. Arms folded, knee slide, but it was not over. Firmino tricked his way through the PSG box for the winner.

Spurs on the other hand Christian got their lead through Eriksen's deflected strike earlier in the second half which looked to have been decisive for Spurs, who stepped up a gear after an unconvincing first period, beset by poor passing.
However, Argentine Icardi, a peripheral figure for long periods, levelled with a 20-yard volley five minutes from time.
And Uruguayan midfielder Vecino then headed a winner in added time to send Spurs to a third consecutive defeat.