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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

What's trending: Barcelona's record run, Liverpool freeze ticket prices

Barcelona coach Luis Enrique doesn't get drawn into numbers talk after his side completed a club-record 29-match unbeaten run.

Here are the top stories from Thursday:

LIVERPOOL: Liverpool owner Fenway Sports Group has apologised "for the distress caused by our ticket pricing plan for the 2016-17 season" and announced general admission ticket prices at Anfield will be frozen for next season.

- Former Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher has expressed his "pride" after the actions of the club's fans led to a U-turn on ticket prices at Anfield.

MAN UNITEDManchester United remain on course to become the first Premier...

 By Dave Usher

Fenway Sports Group deserve praise but ticket prices remain an issue

Mike and Mike react to the Fenway Sports Group lowering ticket prices after thousands of fans staged a walk out in protest.

That Liverpool's owners, Fenway Sports Group, have not only relented on their initial plans to raise ticket prices at Anfield next season, but also apologised for them, was unquestionably a victory for fan power and showed that, by sticking together, they can make a difference.

However, there is more work to do and praise for Wednesday's news needs to be tempered. That's because, even with those concessions made, supporters will not pay any less to watch their team. FSG didn't make some grand gesture...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

What's trending: Liverpool knocked out by West Ham, ticket price row goes on

The ESPN FC team answer your tweets on Christian Benteke's lack of goals, Liverpool's ownership and more.

Here are the top stories from Wednesday:

LIVERPOOL: Jurgen Klopp said the door had been "wide open" for Liverpool and hailed his young players' bravery after they exited the FA Cup as Angelo Ogbonna's 121st-minute goal sent West Ham through 2-1 victors.

- When the dust settles on the result, Jurgen Klopp will see plenty to be positive about after his much-changed lineup performed very well against West Ham's strongest side, writes David Usher.

- Liverpool owner Fenway Sports...

Jurgen Klopp the cow to be auctioned at Hereford Livestock Market

There is still plenty of moulding to do, but Wednesday's 3-3 draw with Arsenal shows that Jurgen Klopp's long-term Liverpool project is finally taking shape.
Jurgen Klopp has a bovine namesake.

He has had to cope with a hamstring epidemic, his own appendix surgery and panic among his herd when a football appears overhead, but Jurgen Klopp the Liverpool manager has nothing on Jurgen Klopp the cow.

A four-legged version has survived a drowning scare and two incidents in which he got his head trapped -- two of the few ailments not to have struck during the injury crisis that's dominated Klopp's time at Anfield since he took charge in October.

While the bespectacled German saw his team knocked...

 By Steven Kelly

Benteke flops again but Sturridge or Firmino could offer Belgian a reprieve

The ESPN FC crew look at whether Christian Benteke was to blame for Liverpool's FA Cup exit.

Liverpool exited the FA Cup on Tuesday at the hands of West Ham and in Christian Benteke's case, it was another night of proof for those who never believed he would fit in.

Though given the Reds have struggled with form all season and flattered to deceive in most matches, others would say he has been a perfect fit.

Liverpool's frailty at the back -- Angelo Ogbonna's winner in extra time came via a set piece, yet again -- would normally have dominated postmatch discussion but Benteke's misses preyed...

 By Dave Usher

Liverpool's strong team effort let down by late Christian Benteke misses

The ESPN FC team answer your tweets on Christian Benteke's lack of goals, Liverpool's ownership and more.

Liverpool may have suffered late heartbreak in a pulsating FA Cup fourth-round replay at Upton Park, but when the dust settles on the result, Jurgen Klopp will see plenty to be positive about after his much-changed lineup performed very well against West Ham's strongest side.

Philippe Coutinho returned from injury and scored with a brilliant free kick, while strikers Daniel Sturridge and Divock Origi also made their comebacks as second-half substitutes. The younger players all acquitted themselves...