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We’ve looked back to bring you some incredible moments the Uruguayan has produced during his time in football to date.
Instant hero against old foes
In just his third game in front of the Anfield faithful in March 2011 and with the hosts going into the match six places lower and 21 points worse off than their rivals, Suarez turned on the style with a significant hand in all three of Dirk Kuyt’s goals.
His one true assist, for the opener, consisted of roasting three United defenders before dinking the ball for his teammate to tap in.
Hat-trick number one against Norwich
Suarez has made scoring three against the Canaries an annual event after netting match ball-baggers in consecutive seasons.
Having curled a shot into the top corner and driven another effort past the helpless John Ruddy, the pick of the 2011/12 vintage was a 45-yard chip after spotting the England keeper off his line.
Keeping Uruguay in the World Cup
Although the forward was cast as a villain by the locals for palming the ball off the line against Ghana when South Africa hosted World Cup 2010, Suarez’s selfless act ended up keeping his country in the tournament.
Asamoah Gyan’s failure from the resulting spot-kick led to a Uruguay win on penalties and the man who made it all happen had to miss the subsequent semi-final loss against Germany.
Masterful equaliser against Newcastle
Arguably Suarez’s best goal since arriving in England came in Liverpool’s 1-1 draw with Newcastle at Anfield last year.
The striker outpaced Fabricio Coloccini to control Jose Enrique’s 50-yard pass with his shoulder, the ball dropping to the Uruguayan’s feet before Suarez rounded Tim Krul and calmly slotted home.