This is a club that have quickly moved on.
Firmino has two goals and two assists this season and scored 10 in 13 in the Champions League last season as Liverpool reached the final, losing to Real Madrid. Some clubs would have wallowed in the pain.
Of course a chance was missed in May but, in another sense, Liverpool had already grasped the moment... "Each time, they were incredible games", the Egypt star told France Football. I'm pretty sure it's not.
Shortly after they had brought in the money through the sales of Javier Pastore, Yuri Berchiche, Odsonne Edouard and Jonathan Ikone, European football's governing body said it would review the decision to clear PSG over the three-year period. "Individual quality mixed with a really good manager makes it a threat". We only don't know exactly when.
'We can talk about this for hours and hours, but it doesn't bring you one centimetre closer to the title, ' Tuchel said.
It would not be a shock, then, if Liverpool tore out of the blocks and buried PSG under one of those blitzkriegs; Thomas Tuchel, PSG's head coach, knows from personal experience, when manager of Borussia Dortmund in 2016, how logic does not apply to this stadium on such nights.
Three years of building and recruiting have resulted in a Liverpool side that is the strongest it's looked since the start of the 1990s.
Saturday's home game against Southampton would appear the easiest on paper, something even the most ardent Saints fan would have to admit, but given Stoke, West Brom and Burnley were among the seven sides to leave Anfield with a point last season, Klopp and his players will know that three points can not be taken for granted.
"I think we got a lot of respect because of the way we played last season and I think everyone who saw the final saw that we could have won it against a side in a completely different moment". "Generally, we sit together in the dressing room in the same place just after matches".
It would come as a huge blow to the Reds forward who was direclty involved in 16 Champions League goals last season. "That makes them quite a big challenge for us".
Van Dijk and his defensive partner Joe Gomez must ensure they remain focused on Tuesday against one of the most efficient marksmen in the Champions League.
While there have been some changes to the squad, Henderson - whose team begin their Champions League campaign at home to Paris Saint-Germain on Tuesday - feels those performances can perhaps lead to another run.
"That match gave us confidence. We will see how it develops".