Andrew Robertson is confident Liverpool can beat Paris Saint-Germain in France and qualify for the next stage of the Champions League.
Defeat in Serbia against Red Star Belgrade means Jurgen Klopp’s side have lost their position of strength at the top of Group C and need one victory against either PSG or Napoli to progress to the knockout stage.
Failure to beat PSG in Paris would set up a tense must-win finale which could also entail needing a win by two clear goals to redress their head-to-head record against the Serie A side.
However, Robertson believes it will not come to that and is confident they can get the job done in France. “Of course, we have to. We believe we can win every game, that’s always been the case with us,” he said. “We can perform a lot better than the two (away) games we’ve had, they’ve been off days and we need to look at that, of course we do.
“Away from home last season we were very good in the Champions League. This season we’ve found that a bit difficult. We’re still to play the best team away and we need to go there and put in a much better performance than we have done. “We knew this group was going to be tough and it’s proving that way. It’s tight and it’ll go right to the wire. We’re still confident we’ll get through but we need to go to try and prove that now.”