Liverpool defeated Paris Saint-Germain in a thrilling UEFA Champions League clash on Tuesday night, and manager Jurgen Klopp has explained how the Reds targeted "world-class" Neymar.
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Goals from Thomas Meunier and Kylian Mbappe brought PSG level at 2-2 after Daniel Sturridge and James Milner had put Liverpool ahead.
However, Roberto Firmino popped up with the winning goal for the Reds in second-half stoppage time.
Klopp claimed after the match that they targeted Neymar's flank knowing he isn't a great defender.
"They changed a bit of the system, we expected it and didn't think too much about it," the German tactician told BT Sport.
"Neymar on the left was not a bad idea and makes defending more difficult, we needed more focus and we felt we did really well.
"We covered a lot of yards and closed all the gaps and when we had the ball, made them run and used the right wing.
"Neymar is world-class but not a defender, so we tried to do that."