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Besiktas edge past disappointing Liverpool after penalty shootout drama

The ESPN FC panel answer your questions on what Liverpool's priorities are for the remainder of the season, whether small clubs get enough praise for upset wins and more.

Three thoughts on Besiktas' win vs. Liverpool in the Europa League round of 32. The Turkish club went through 5-4 on penalties after the tie ended 1-1 on aggregate.

1. It all goes wrong for Liverpool

It was a night when Besiktas and Slaven Bilic got it spot on, but so much went wrong for Liverpool. They are not just out of the Europa League, but had to suffer going right to the end of extra-time and a penalty shootout only 60 hours before they face Manchester City in a crucial match in the chase...

 By David Usher

Sterling, Sturridge fail to spark Liverpool at Besiktas

The ESPN FC panel answer your questions on what Liverpool's priorities are for the remainder of the season, whether small clubs get enough praise for upset wins and more.

There was to be no fairy tale return to the Ataturk Stadium for Liverpool as they went crashing out of the Europa League after a penalty shootout defeat to Besiktas. Liverpool had gone into the game with 1-0 lead from the first leg and in the opening 45 minutes frequently looked like they might add to it and put the tie to bed. The second half was a different story, however, as Besiktas dominated and Liverpool struggled to get out of their own half.

Substitute Tolgay-Ali Arslan eventually broke...

Liverpool and Manchester City set for Anfield showdown as rivalry resumes

Jordan Henderson makes a special appearance in the latest HWTLU to announce his name change. Also, the very angry Alan Tikitally continues his reign of Scottish terror.

Liverpool vs. Manchester City at Anfield was a classic last season, with Brendan Rodgers' men prevailing 3-2 to take a giant leap towards the title. Steven Gerrard rallied his men at the end, telling them not to let things slip.

They -- and he -- did, though, leaving Manchester City the chance to win the league and Manuel Pellegrini's men duly obliged. Not as much is on the line at Anfield this time around, with Liverpool losing ground at the top following a poor start to the season. They remain...