Milner was man of the match in Tuesday's 3-2 Champions League win over Paris St Germain, matching his performance in the victory at Tottenham three days earlier.
"A lot of games will come, so it's good to know about that", the 51-year-old added. But Mane has revealed he was continually trying to convince his forward partner to feature. "I had a long injury in my career and the first month you take it somehow and then you think: "That's really boring and it's not exactly why I wanted to play football". I texted him saying: 'You don't need your eye!'"
But Firmino, who replaced Sturridge from the bench, scored the winning goal at the death to ensure Liverpool topped their group by the end of the night.
The Reds star has been criticised in recent weeks for his perceived selfishness on the ball despite Liverpool FC's 100 per cent start to the season.
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"I am fine with him, I think he is fine with me and the situation. He's in a good shape and the most important thing is to be physically in good shape".
'I'm happy that we can make changes - not because we have [to] but because we can make them. "Finally, we scored the third goal which was very important for the team".
Firmino's rare absence from the team gave Daniel Sturridge the chance for his first Champions League start for the club more than five years after joining them and he repaid Klopp's faith with the opening goal. "The squad is so strong as a unit", he said. "With Bobby obviously struggling, Studge comes in and scores for us".
Since their last defeat against a team outside the big six - 1-0 at Swansea in January - their record in that category is W12 D3 L0. "We just need to keep the momentum going". It was not that we didn't have to defend but they were different games.