It's probably the best thing about the game, is that we're not talking about missing him after it. I don't think Kelleher has jumped up to No. 2 yet, but at least he is able to play the way Klopp wants the keepers to play, and if he can't, then he has time on his side to adapt. He also plays every week so his fitness isn't an issue. That isn't the case with San Miguel. If he doesn't play for the first team, he doesn't play full stop. Kelleher is a quality keeper and at last he got the chance to show that. Hopefully he will get some more.
It's the first time we've scored all our group stage goals at home in the second half since 2014. Then we went out at the first hurdle, now we're through with a game to spare. See we can do things the easy way.