Goals from Diogo Jota and Sadio Mane gave Liverpool the victory over La Liga champions and a red card in the first half at Anfield.
Liverpool beat Atletico Madrid 2-0 in Group B to win two games in a row.
Goals from Diogo Jota and Sadio Mane saved the Liverpool. Atletico Madrid, who lost in the first half by a red card, and continued to work hard for a draw that was initially described as “tough”.
Diego Simeone’s men remain in contention for second place against Porto and Milan.
Thirteen minutes later, before Jota nodded, Trent Alexander-Arnold opened the scoring with a perfect cross from the right, allowing Liverpool to open the scoring.
The defender soon repeated the trick again and again, and Mane found a one-legged end in a film he started with a brilliant drive in midfield.
As in the two-team meeting in Madrid, Atletico lost by two goals to nil, but in the same way their hopes of fighting the deficit lasted for more than half an hour.
Felipe lied and broke Mane after a corner, so he got a red card by refusing to walk to the referee to receive a pre-registration, though he was ready to receive a pre-registration.
Both Liverpool and Mohamed Salah saw their goalless draw at the start of the second half, when Jota scored the only goal of the game before wasting his chance.
When Luis Suarez returned home an hour later, the VAR seemed to have left the hosts on the spot to find Jose Gimenez in the offside position.
They were given another break 15 minutes before the end of the match as Hector Herrera crossed after an opponent started with a Thiago Alcantara free kick.
However, with the surprise of the remaining games left to win the La Liga title, there is no fear of losing Firmino as a replacement for Liverpool.