Thomas Meunier complimented Liverpool after Paris Saint-Germain lost at Anfield and said that his side should look to emulate the way the Reds play simply.
The Belgian scored a quality goal in the first half which meant that Liverpool went into the break with the Paris-based club breathing down their necks.
While Kylian Mbappe equalised in the 83rd minute and Julian Draxler could have won the game for his side moments later, it was Liverpool who took the three points home after a sublime goal from Roberto Firmino won the game.
After the match, Thomas Meunier spoke to RMC and said that PSG should learn from the Anfield defeat and learn to move the ball quicker and more simply.
Speaking to RMC, Meunier said: “We should follow Liverpool’s example: they play simply, quickly, with lots of intensity and overlaps.
“It comes in waves, it never stops and the opponent is completely cornered. With our qualities, we can vary play, we have the players and the technical quality to do so.”
Liverpool are now on a six-game winning streak in all competitions and will look to extend that run to seven wins when Southampton visit fortress Anfield on Saturday.