Luis Suarez is The Best RIght Now in England
We are all talking about the World Cup at he moment, but in the meantime, another day of Premier League games were played. The one game in particular that was most impressive is none other than Liverpool-Norwich City, which ended in a 5-1 romp in favor of the home side.
The man that once again scored his heart out is none other than Uruguayan international Luis Suarez, who netted a four times and assisted the final goal of the night to complete his stat sheet to Raheem Sterling. Suarez can play as with a central striker or winger, but clearly he prefers playing as a striker since he has the ability to make a couple of moves to create openings and fire on the frame. The man is vastly talented and deserves every single bit of praise that he is receiving.
He can almost see through defenders whenever he desires to, which makes him such a dangerous threat. Surely we are all aware that the opponent today was nothing big, but the team is in the top division of English soccer, so they should be shown a decent amount of respect. Their defense needs a lot of work since it is easy for teams like Liverpool, who play with possession and speed, to break them down.
Regardless of how well Suarez and company played today, they will struggle to win the league title. However, they will definitely be returning to European soccer next season. If they can keep their roster — Suarez in particular — intact, they can definitely go far in that competition.
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