Sport Andrei Yarmolenko celebrates scoring Ukraine's winner

Ukraine kept up the pressure on England at the top of Group H but also ensured Roy Hodgson’s side will face an eliminated team on Tuesday when they beat Poland 1-0 in Kiev last night.

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Gerrard finds his form to feast on Wolves

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Rafael Benitez became the latest manager to voice displeasure at fixture scheduling yesterday, complaining that Liverpool should not be facing Avram Grant's Portsmouth away in a lunchtime kick-off in the depths of winter having played on Wednesday night.

Torres' touch gives Shankly's night a fitting end

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Wenger backs Liverpool to improve

Arsene Wenger still believes shattered Liverpool can be a force again this season, once they have regained their broken confidence.

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No sign of Mersey bleat as Gerrard gives rallying cry

Captain admits Liverpool are 'not good enough' but they must treat every game like a cup final – starting today against Arsenal.

Benitez rattled by Klinsmann's criticism

Liverpool manager puts German pundit in his place ahead of Arsenal showdown

Torres admits Liverpool must change targets

Fernando Torres has admitted Liverpool are now Premier League also-rans, even if his manager Rafael Benitez still thinks differently.

Aquilani offers first proof he can fill gap left by Alonso

Ian Herbert reports on the Liverpool newcomer's desperation to show he can finally become as influential in midfield as the man he replaced

Benitez insists Liverpool focus is on league

Rafael Benitez will put all thoughts of the Europa League on hold in a bid to reignite Liverpool's stuttering Premier League form.

Aquilani finally in from Anfield cold

Benitez denies reports of rift with £20m Italian who is given first Liverpool start

Liverpool turn to Aquilani to provide missing spark

Reds want £20m man to boost disappointing form in European competition
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