However, looming on the horizon in just under a fortnight is a more crucial match against Carlo Ancelotti's Serie A side - a match Liverpool have to win either 1-0 or by at least two clear goals to progress their Champions League campaign.
Jurgen Klopp has criticised the playacting of certain Paris Saint-Germain players and the performance of the Polish referee during Liverpool's 2-1 loss in the Champions League on Wednesday.
PSG knew a defeat here coupled with an unfavourable result in the night's other Group C game could see the ambitious Qatar-owned club eliminated already.
In a separate interview, available to watch below, Klopp further reiterated his accusatory comments, and how PSG made Liverpool "look like butchers" due to the amount of times they ate grass, but are usually considered "the fairest team in England".
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"We will make the proper analyse [sic] and fly back and prepare for the derby and for a few more games".
Thomas Tuchel, the PSG coach, was unimpressed by his rival's observations.
In a tense battle to join Barcelona in the December 17 draw, Tottenham got an 80th-minute goal from substitute Christian Eriksen to beat Inter Milan 1-0 at Wembley Stadium. This game is isolated from the season, it's a derby, it's at home.
The France star crossed low for Cavani, whose attempt was saved by Alisson, but Neymar converted the rebound.
France forward Griezmann doubled Atletico's advantage midway through the first half, delivering a neat finish with the outside of his left boot from close range. Meanwhile, Sadio Mane is fit to start, after initially being a doubt due to illness.
"We were not anxious about playing at home".
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