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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...

 By PA Sport

Liverpool owners announce ticket price freeze for next two seasons

ESPN FC's Craig Burley is fuming following a hike in ticket prices that saw Liverpool fans walk out against Sunderland.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp held a news conference despite recently undergoing surgery for appendicitis, and commented on Liverpool's fans 77th minute walk-out.
ESPN FC's Brian McBride and Mark Donaldson react to Liverpool fan's recent walkout due to rising ticket prices.

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 two seasons after Saturday's mass walkout.

Principal owner and John W Henry and chairman Tom Werner were reported to be shocked at the sight of an estimated 10,000 fans walking out of Saturday's Premier League match against Sunderland in the 77th minute in protest at increases next season which...

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...

Liverpool fans' protest over 'obscene' ticket prices backed by mayor

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol says fans have reached a tipping point regarding ticket prices.

Liverpool fans should be congratulated for protesting against "obscene" and "unjustified" ticket price rises at Anfield, the city's mayor has said.

Joe Anderson, the Mayor of Liverpool, suggested supporters at other clubs follow suit in order to challenge football's "greed" and put pressure on all owners to freeze prices.

Writing for The Times, the mayor said that with enormous sums of money coming into the game courtesy of broadcasting deals, supporters did not need to be asked to pay extra.

He...