Loads of Liverpool fans have been having their say on Jürgen Klopp’s newest selection headache, as Daniel Sturridge made his case for a permanent place in the side in the win against PSG.
Liverpool fans were extremely worried about the fitness of Roberto Firmino before the clash with PSG, as the Brazilian was not fit enough to start after a horrific eye injury sustained during the win at Tottenham.
Sturridge put any such concerns to rest though, scoring the Reds’ opening goal and showing exactly why Klopp has kept him around.
The Englishman doesn’t glue the attack together like Firmino does, but he certainly has something to offer in front of goal.
Fans don’t want him to keep the spot though, as they debate possible rotation for the congested fixtures over the next couple of weeks.
The Reds face Southampton on Saturday before playing Chelsea twice next week, but fans are insistent Firmino must keep his place.
You can find some of the best Twitter reactions down below…
Yes but Firmino has 3 in 3 and is the inform player in our team right now; they even asked sturridge if he expects to start now and he said he's not getting carried away he just wants to help when needed which is a great attitude
— stricky (@strickyfootball) September 20, 2018
Hell no Firmino even better with one eye than Sturridge with two eyez Sturridge is picking up but can’t put Bobby under pressure
— Gabby_Jnr (@Gabby05243336) September 20, 2018
Obviously Not, Firmino is the most important player in the team👌 he makes everyone and everything click🔴❤️
— Nathan Aaron (@NathannAaron_19) September 20, 2018
Sturridge is boss and I’m made up he can make an impact either sub or start but Firmino 1-2 name on the team with Van Dijk for me
— John Atkinson (@akyred) September 20, 2018
Absolutely not! Wrap studge up an utilise him sparingly. Still the best finisher (natural) at the club but firmino is the spearhead!! Irreplaceable
— Chris Brown (@ChrisBrownRAF) September 20, 2018
No way. Firmino all day long
— David Sparks (@DavidSp80214750) September 20, 2018