Liverpool secured their first away win of the season as they came back from behind at Ibrox in a match that saw Roberto Firmino score twice and Mohamed Salah score the quickest hat-trick in Champions League history.

It was a splendid evening on what’s been a far from splendid season, however, a familiar problem cropped up for the Reds in Glasgow.

Scott Arfield opened the scoring for Rangers, meaning Liverpool have fallen behind in nine of their 12 matches this season, and 15 in their last 19 encounters dating back from the end of last term.

They had enough quality to claw their way back into the match and register a stunning win but Klopp, who revealed its tradition for the team to have a beer to celebrate after winning an away match, admitted that things will be different at the weekend.

Amid his quip about getting boozy there was a touch of seriousness to his words with Liverpool hosting reigning Premier League champions Manchester City on Sunday in their next encounter.

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