Firmino's presence will be sorely missed after producing some excellent performances in Liverpool's journey to the final last season, while scoring ten goals and producing seven assists along the way.
Jurgen Klopp has always had a way with words and has now said that LIverpool must be "like a virgin" if they are to learn from last season's final defeat.
Thomas Meunier's low volley cut Liverpool's lead in the first half and the Belgium worldwide suggested PSG should consider following the Reds' tactical plan.
"I have no clue what exactly happened, but it's something with the eye and, at the moment, it's not comfortable for him".
Liverpool, briefly, made Alisson the world's most expensive keeper this summer and thus far he has justified the price tag. Because we came here and tried to do it, you need a really outstanding performance - and that was what the boys delivered today. "We don't play Champions League or what?" said the German, whose side now top the table with a 100 per cent record after four matches and are widely seen as the main challengers to defending champions Manchester City.
"Winning here is so hard, unbelievably difficult, so I never expect that".
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But anything less than three points would have been cruel on Liverpool, who punished mistakes from Tottenham goalkeeper Michel Vorm and the rest of his error-prone team.
However, Firmino has eased Liverpool supporters" worst fears, as he posted on social media that he and his eye are "OK' after the challenge.
"I'm not sure if we can do it on Tuesday and then next Saturday [against Southampton] again".
"We conceded goals in the first half", Tuchel said, "but we never lost our confidence".
"I didn't see it back".
"Watford is Watford, we didn't show our normal behaviour, attitudes or motivation but [against Liverpool] we competed, I have nothing to say", he added.
Firmino travelled back to Liverpool separately from his team-mates and it is not yet known if he will be available for Tuesday's Champions League clash with Paris Saint-Germain.