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Blink and you would have missed Roberto Firmino’s hilarious goal celebration

He’s known for his ‘no look’ finishes.

Roberto Firmino started on the bench in Liverpool’s Champions League clash against PSG.

The Brazilian was still recovering from a bizarre eye injury he sustained in the Reds’ victory over Spurs on Saturday.

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Getty Images - Getty Jan Vertonghen tried his best to blind him[/caption]

The 26-year-old came off the bench to devastating effect, netting the winner in the 90th minute against the French champions.

Firmino might have seen his future starting spot come under threat after an impressive display from Daniel Sturridge.

The Brazilian however has just reaffirmed his undoubted worth to Jurgen Klopp’s side.

The Brazilian picked the ball up outside the box He jinxed past the PSG defenders with ease The substitute unleashed a powerful strike past Alphonse Areola Perfect time to score

After scoring the late winner, Firmino produced the best celebration of the season so far.

No doubt he spent all week preparing it in training.

Blink and you would have missed it.

His Liverpool team-mates surrounded him as he lifted his left hand up to the injured eye How can he do that with a straight face?!

He pulled off the ‘no look’ celebration.

Sadio Mane continued his now infamous tradition of copying his team-mate’s celebrations, holding his own eye after the goal.

This is the purest thing we’ve ever seen…

Oh Mane, Mane

Klopp’s men currently sit top of Group C, after Napoli could only manage a draw in their opener against Red Star Belgrade.

Could Liverpool go one better than their final heartbreak from last season?

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