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Liverpool: Top five Luis Suarez goals (Video)

Liverpool: Top five Luis Suarez goals (Video)

by Mark Brus

20th November 2013 3:26pm GMT


One of the Premier League's great entertainers, Luis Suarez has become one of the most in-demand strikers in European football with his superb displays for Liverpool.

The Uruguayan international scored 30 goals in all competitions last season to attract big interest from the likes of Real Madrid and Arsenal, and with so many of those being superb solo efforts or examples of world class technique, it's no surprise to see him continue to be linked with moves away. Here is a look at his five best strikes during his time with Liverpool.

5. Manchester City (home)

A beautifully placed free-kick to give Liverpool a 2-1 lead at home to Manchester City. Perfect technique from Suarez to curl the ball low and hard into the corner beyond Joe Hart's reach.

4. West Bromwich Albion (home - 1st goal)

A trademark solo run and finish from Suarez, in the first of three in this season's 4-1 home win against West Brom.

3. Stoke City (away)

A fantastic goal with a bit of everything: Suarez takes down a cross-field ball expertly, nut-megs a Stoke defender and beats the goalkeeper with an unsaveable curling effort into the far post.

2. Newcastle United (home)

A crucial equaliser at home to Newcastle, and another moment of inspiration from Suarez, who takes a long ball down on his shoulder before rounding Tim Krul in the Newcastle goal.

1. Norwich City (away)

A Premier League classic already. Suarez's effort from the half-way line a couple of seasons ago completed a hat-trick away to Norwich City in superb style, with the Reds forward doing brilliantly to place his effort from such a long way out.

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