Your Liverpool morning digest for Friday, September 17.

Maldini Liverpool exchange spotted in tunnel

Liverpool's Champions League campaign kicked off with a 3-2 win over AC Milan on Wednesday night.

After Fikayo Tomori's early own goal was cancelled out by strikes from Ante Rebic and Brahim Diaz, second-half efforts from Mohamed Salah and Jordan Henderson steered the game back in the hosts' favour.

It means the Reds now top Group B after Porto held Atletico Madrid to a goalless draw in the Spanish capital.

But you knew all of that, right?

What might have slipped by you, however, were a series of intriguing subplots to the main story.

But lucky for you, Paul Gorst has rounded up some moments you may have missed from Tuesday's game.

Read the full story here.

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Milan players all say same thing about Anfield atmosphere

AC Milan captain Davide Calabria has admitted his side came up against a “formidable” Liverpool side on Wednesday night.

The Italian side briefly looked to have staged a highly-unlikely comeback, as they weathered the pressure from Jurgen Klopp’s team, before remarkably going 2-1 up before half-time.

Despite their historic European pedigree, the game against Liverpool was Milan’s first in the Champions League since 2014.

However, though the Rossoneri provided a stern test, Calabria spoke about how coming up against the Reds at Anfield was a shock for their more inexperienced side.

Jake Bayliss has the full story here.