Sturridge has found his first-team opportunities at Anfield to be severely limited in recent seasons and he was shipped out on loan to West Brom for the second half of last term.
The striker was one of the top performers on Tuesday night as he scored Liverpool FC’s opening goal against PSG with a header in the first half at Anfield on what was his first Champions League start in six years.
And Robertson believes that Sturridge deserves special praise for the impressive way he performed for the Reds despite his lack of playing time recently.
Speaking to Liverpool FC’s website, Robertson said: “Studge sums it up – he comes on, plays 70 minutes and does unbelievably against a top side and two very good centre-backs.
“Credit to him and I’m sure all the boys sitting on the bench can look at him and they’ll make similar impacts when called upon.”
Liverpool FC will now switch their attentions back towards Premier League affairs and their home clash against Southampton on Saturday afternoon.
The Reds are aiming to continue their fine start to the season by making it six wins from six in the top flight as they aim to establish themselves as one of the main contenders for the Premier League title this season.
Liverpool FC are still looking to win their first major trophy under Jurgen Klopp.
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