Liverpool touch down at home after victory in the Club World Cup.
The 1-0 extra-time victory over Flamengo in Doha saw the Reds win the one trophy available to them which they had not previously won.
They return home actually in a stronger position than they left, with Manchester City's victory over Leicester meaning their lead at the top of the Premier League is still 10 points - but now with a match in hand.And with a third trophy in six months in the bag, Joe Gomez says they are now looking to consolidate their bid for a first league title since 1990.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp paid his own tribute after the death of one ofhis predecessors. Asked what memories he had of Houllier, the Reds bossreplied: “Only the best. I met him a few times, texted a lot. He was a verysupportive man, a great coach and an even better human. “Very warm personalityand a big miss for LFC. A true legend of this club. “He would have loved tosee our new training ground as you know he was influential in the rebuild andmodernising of Melwood. “During construction work here we were in contact. Hewould have loved to have seen it. Tomorrow I am sure our fans will pay tribute(in the top-of-the-table Premier League match against Tottenham).”
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Footballers should not be held responsible for fuelling coronavirus infectionsbecause of how they celebrate, Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has said.City’s players, among others, faced criticism this week after they cametogether to celebrate Phil Foden’s goal against Brighton, despite renewedwarnings from the Premier League to avoid hugging and kissing.
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On day two of the 2021 World Judo Masters, our woman of the day was four-time World Champion Clarisse Agbegnenou, who was once again on top form, dispatching her early opponents in the under -63kg category with an incredible display of ura nages.
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Relatives separated for years by a dispute between Qatar and four Arab states reunited as the first flight from Doha landed in Saudi Arabia after a U.S-backed deal opened up travel routes once more. Emily Wither reports.
Embracing Qatar's ruler, Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince pushed a deal to end a bitter row with Doha at a Gulf Arab summit on Tuesday to try to shore up an anti-Iran front, although a final declaration contained only a general pledge of solidarity. Bryan Wood reports.