Daniel Sturridge has plenty to offer Jurgen Klopp side this season.
The England international has played bit-part roles in recent seasons for the club. However, since getting the nod of approval to feature in Premier League and Champions League, the fading forward is gradually bouncing back.
The former Chelsea man opened the scoring for Liverpool in their Champions League home clash against Ligue One champions Paris Saint-Germain, nicking home an header from an Andy Robertson cross.
His partnership will Roberto Firmino has been seamlessly, as the duo remarkably complement each other, an alluring sight fans couldn’t have better wished for.
Though the English striker missed a couple of sitters that should have catapulted the Reds to a comfortable win, Jurgen Klopp believes the forgotten star will get better with more games.
After their hard-fought 3-2 win over Paris Saint-Germain, Arsenal legend Martin Keown thinks the 29-year-old has more to offer Liverpool.
Keown told the Daily Mail: “Daniel Sturridge showed he still has plenty to offer Jurgen Klopp but he spurned two glorious chances that would have put Liverpool out of sight,” he told the Daily Mail.
“In the second half, his poor control saw him foul PSG goalkeeper Alphonse Areola when he could well have shot with his first touch.”
However, despite being unable to convert his chances, boss Jurgen Klopp fessed that he was pleased with Sturridge’s performance on Tuesday night.