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Wednesday, 10 January 2007


Paul Eaton 10 January 2007

Luis Garcia and Mark Gonzalez will undergo scans today to determine the extent of the injuries they sustained against Arsenal - but there's better news for Stephen Warnock who has been given the all-clear after also leaving the field injured.
Gonzalez sustains an injury during the Carling Cup game versus Arsenal

Gonzalez was stretchered off with a shin injury in the first half and was replaced by Garcia who also left the field on a stretcher with a knee injury after 70 minutes.

Garcia injury during the Carling Cup game versus Arsenal

Full back Warnock suffered bruised ribs during the second period but an x-ray after the game has confirmed no damage.

Stay tuned to Liverpoolfc.tv for the up to date injury news on Wednesday.

Benitez, meanwhile, was left to reflect on Liverpool's second Cup defeat to Arsenal in the space of four days as Arsene Wenger's men ran out 6-3 winners.

He said: "It's a bad night for us and all we can say is sorry to the supporters.

"Now isn't the time to point the finger or look to blame people. We win together and we lose together.

"The problem was conceding four goals in the first half. When you are faced with a scoreline like that it is very difficult to manage the game.

"We needed an early goal in the second half but couldn't find it. When we did score Arsenal had the quality to keep the ball and make it difficult for us.

"We need to forget about tonight as soon as possible and look ahead to Watford in the Premiership on Saturday and also the Champions League.

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