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Live Reporting

By Tom Rostance

All times stated are UK

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  1. Good night!

    That's a wrap - what a great night again.

    Check out all the reports here.

  2. 'First 30 minutes outstanding'

    Liverpool 4-3 RB Salzburg


    Jurgen Klopp

    Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp to BT Sport: "It's better to learn the lessons during the game than talk about it after it.

    "I thought we were outstanding in the first 30 minutes, then the Salzburg system changed and we lost the ball so that caused us problems.

    "The momentum changed and it was really difficult to get a foot in the game. We had to wait until they had scored the third goal, then we were able to strike back.

    "I'm not angry - I saw us play really well and try hard to get back into the game and score a really nice goal. You don't need to score six or seven goals.

    "[Salzburg] are a good side but the first 30 minutes we made it really difficult for them and played outstanding.

    "I told the boys they want to enjoy the whole night and they will fight back.

    "This is group is really difficult but we wanted the three points and now it’s game on."

  3. 'This gives us confidence'

    Lille 1-2 Chelsea


    Chelsea boss Frank Lampard on BT Sport: "It feels really good, This was a really hard place to come, added to the pressure of not beating Valencia. And it was the first time for a few travelling in Europe.

    "Fikayo Tomori was outstanding again. He has to keep on with that.

    "Now Ajax have set their stall out in the group. This gives us confidence and points. Now the hard work begins."

  4. Next five games


    Leicester, Man Utd, Genk, Tottenham, Arsenal.

    No easy games, etc, but that's a real testing run for the Premier League leaders.

  5. Post update

    Liverpool 4-3 RB Salzburg

    "We lost control of the game," admits Jurgen Klopp.

    Full quotes to come.

  6. Messi, Messi, Messi

    Barcelona 2-1 Internazionale

    Lionel Messi

    When starting, Barcelona’s Lionel Messi has either scored or assisted in each of his last 13 Champions League group stage matches at Camp Nou for Barcelona (22 goals, 7 assists).

  7. 'So have I dad'


    Erling Braut Haaland on emulating his father, Alf-Inge, by scoring at Anfield: “Now I have the same number of goals here. He’s always telling me ‘I scored at Anfield, I scored at Anfield!’ Now I can say it back to him: 'So have I.’”

  8. Post update

    Isn't that the lad who scored for Rochdale at Old Trafford?

  9. Photo finish

    Liverpool 4-3 RB Salzburg

    This fan managed to sneak a picture with Trent Alexander-Arnold on the pitch at the full-time whistle.

    Back to the stands, young man.

    Alexander-Arnold with a fan
  10. 'Liverpool got complacent'

    Liverpool 4-3 RB Salzburg

    Chris Sutton

    Former Aston Villa striker on BBC Radio 5 Live


    There was a lack of concentration, at 3-0 up they got complacent, they though they had won. The defenders seemed to pass on the responsibility of marking to their teammates. They took their foot of the gas and Salzburg exposed them and utilised it. Liverpool switched off and under-estimated their opponents tonight.

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    Dean Reading: Who would have thought that after two games Liverpool would be second with -1 goal difference. What a cracking game and good win in the end. A lot of teams would not have been able to pick themselves up and find that winning goal.

    SMS Message: So the Champions League finalists conceded 10 goals in their opening games at home? That must be a record - and maybe by a distance! from Ian, Glasgow
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    SMS Message: I need a lie down after that. Bad bad defensive display, lost our heads for 20 mins but got there in the end and luckily no more alarms but a massive wake up call. from Paul, Luton
    Paul, Luton
  12. Post update

    The RB Salzburg fans are still making a din inside Anfield. This season they have scored:

    7, 2, 4, 5, 6, 5, 5, 3, 7, 6, 2, 2, 4, 3.

    Telephone numbers.

  13. 'It was a tough game'

    Liverpool 4-3 RB Salzburg


    Sadio mane

    Liverpool goalscorer Sadio Mane to BT Sport: "Salzburg are a really good team and after we went 3-0 up it was a tough game to try and push - but we deserved the win.

    "To be honest, I knew how good Salzburg were as I was there for two and a half years.

    "They never give up and push and they caused us problems, but finally we scored more goals."

  14. A 'massive' win

    Lille 1-2 Chelsea


    Tammy Abrhama

    Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham talking to BT Sport: "We knew we needed to win. I knew I would get a chance and I took it well. Never an easy place to play and Willian scores a worldie - no surprise there.

    "The manager always wants to mix things up, we can play any system. This is massive."

    Chelsea midfielder Willian talking to BT Sport: "We needed to win, we have been working hard and the lads did an amazing job. Now we have to carry on."

  15. Post update

    Liverpool 4-3 RB Salzburg

    Tonight was Salzburg coach Jesse Marsch's first defeat at the club. What a season so far!

  16. 'Salzburg made it tough'

    Liverpool 4-3 RB Salzburg


    Mohamed Salah speaking to BT Sport: "I think they [Salzburg] had a good game and after they scored three goals it become difficult to play them.

    "We try to focus on each game and when we were winning by three, the human mind says: 'we need to score more goals.'

    "They made it tough for us but I'm happy with the three points tonight."

    On Andy Robertson's goal: "He finally scored!"

    "He doesn't score a lot but he works so hard for the team and we're all really happy for him."

  17. Who's next?


    For champions Liverpool it's Genk home and away.

  18. Who's next?


    Chelsea now face Ajax home and away next. Yes please!

  19. Get Involved

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    Nick Styles: Why are Chelsea not the new Ajax? Young manager that nobody gave a chance, plus 5 academy players playing tonight. Chelsea are creating the spine of the English national team for years to come