LIVERPOOL legends Michael Owen and John-Arne Riise have reserved particular reward for Andrew Robertson at half-time of the sport in opposition to Paris Saint-Germain.
The Reds took a 2-1 lead into the break due to objectives from Daniel Sturridge and James Milner.
However it was all eyes on Robertson – and fellow full-back Trent Alexander-Arnold – who ran the present at Anfield, within the Champions League opener.
On the opening purpose, scored by recalled Sturridge, Owen stated: “The one factor Sturridge has and by no means will lose, that intuition of the place the ball goes to come back.
“Robertson’s ball is unbelievable – hitting a shifting ball at that angle is superb in itself. However discovering the little area between Thiago Silva is even higher.”
In the meantime, Riise added: “Each Liverpool full-backs have been improbable, their crossing was excellent.
“There was a lot area and the supply from Robertson to Sturridge was unbelievable.”
Elsewhere, Rio Ferdinand additionally had his say Liverpool’s distinctive full-backs at half-time, saying: “From Liverpool’s perspective the primary half was improbable.
“The way in which they performed and used the full-backs Alexander-Arnold and Robertson within the extensive areas.
“Particularly with the PSG extensive gamers not eager to or having to defend. They exploited that and each objectives got here from crosses.”