Liverpool fans to blame for Premier League title drought — Fleetwood boss Barton

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Firmino has had a superb start to the season, and scored the 90th-minute victor against PSG, but Sturridge is pushing for a first Premier League start after resurgent form of his own, also scoring in the opening-day win over West Ham. One, two or three years ago maybe people thought it's a mountain we can not climb. "That is good that it is not like that now and that is because of previous year".

"It is still so unbelievably hard".

Sturridge, making his first Champions League start since 2012, headed Liverpool into a 1-0 lead, following a dominant start. They have garnered maximum points from 5 games they have played so far in the league.

Reports also suggest that Dembele, who has started well for FC Barcelona this season has offers from English Premier League clubs like Arsenal, Chelsea and French outfit Paris Sent Germain.

Brazilian Roberto Firmino was left on the bench after suffering an eye injury in Saturday's Premier League win at Tottenham Hotspur, allowing Sturridge to step into the side.

"The problem for Liverpool is the fans don't get up for the league games in the same way as they do in the Champions League", the Fleetwood boss said.

Three minutes later, Liverpool forced the first save when Milner's cross fell to Virgil van Dijk, whose strike was pushed over the bar by Alphonse Areola.

Kylian Mbappe made the Reds pay for their wasteful in the second half with a late equaliser, but Roberto Firmino stepped off the bench to score a last-gasp victor.

Nevertheless I have sat back on the game to not let my emotions get the best of my, and will proceed to the player ratings. We only had one session this morning with Bobby but it was time you have to show faith in your squad, it was nice to see Daniel tonight and he paid it back 100 percent.

The German said: 'There was no chance yesterday (Monday).

"Then you can bring Bobby Firmino on and that helps a lot".