On a day of reflection, Torres offers vision of happy future

Liverpool 4 Blackburn Rovers 0

Liverpool stroll to victory at emotional Anfield

Liverpool 4 Blackburn 0

Reds can tough it out at top, says Carragher

Lest anyone at Anfield forget the fact, being top of the Premier League table around Christmas was not all it was cracked up to be. Even the night Liverpool stepped up there, by virtue of a point from a drab, goalless draw against West Ham in early December, they trooped off the pitch to muffled boos from their fans. Their grip on top spot lasted seven weeks before Manchester United reeled them in.

Benitez wants more after five against Villa

Liverpool 5 Aston Villa 0

We fear no team in draw, says Gerrard

Steven Gerrard, the Liverpool captain, is not worried by the prospect of facing another English side in the Champions League quarter-finals.

Benayoun hamstring doubt for Real tie

Liverpool's Israeli midfielder Yossi Benayoun is a serious doubt for their Champions League tie with Real Madrid on Tuesday after tearing a hamstring in training at the weekend.

Benayoun lifts spirits for Benitez Real test

Liverpool 2 Sunderland 0

Benayoun's header stuns Bernabeu

Real Madrid 0 Liverpool 1

Liverpool in the grip of title failure

Liverpool 1 Manchester City 1

Everton celebrate as history boy strikes to break the stalemate

Everton 1 Liverpool 0 <i>(aet)</i>

Keane in the cold as Liverpool slip behind

Wigan Athletic 1 Liverpool 1: Striker given little time to impress while Benitez blames 'crazy game' for lost points

Gerrard rescues Liverpool in derby draw

Liverpool 1 Everton 1

Two more points gone Benitez, that's a fact

Stoke City 0 Liverpool 0: Rafa adds to rant, insisting Ferguson 'has to stop talking about Liverpool', but old Red Devil has last laugh as Reds miss chance to pull clear at the top

Adoration all round for Gerrard's divine skills

Preston North End 0 Liverpool 2

Lee hails 'terrific' Gerrard as Torres returns in style

Preston North End 0 Liverpool 2
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