Former Liverpool star striker Luis Suarez claims that he’s sad that he infuriated a number of Liverpool fans as he celebrated after scoring in opposition to them.
Liverpool’s former star striker Luis Suarez, who gained prominence on the Anfield has expressed his guilt for celebrating a aim which he scored in opposition to his former aspect in the Champions League semi-final whereas taking part in for Barcelona.
He informed Liverpool’s official web site: “I do know some Liverpool supporters have been indignant with me as a result of I celebrated a aim in opposition to Liverpool right here in Camp Nou [last season] and for that I’m so sad.
“I settle for that and I say that hopefully, they perceive my state of affairs: we have been taking part in at dwelling and in the Champions League semi-final.” he additional mentioned.
Barcelona received that match by 3-0, Suarez was the participant who opened the rating in the tie and his rapid celebration brought about an outrage by Liverpool fans, who by no means anticipated this from their beloved former participant.
Despite this and the 3-goal deficit, Liverpool had the final snicker, as in the reverse fixture, the Reds toppled the Catalans by scoring four targets previous them and qualifying to the finale of the event on mixture.
Liverpool went onto win the Champions League title after beating rivals Tottenham Hotspur in the finale. The Merseyside membership on Thursday sealed the Premier League title after Chelsea defeated second-placed Manchester City.
The league title victory of Liverpool would have introduced pleasure to Suarez, who performed a pivotal position in Liverpool’s pursuit for the Premier League in 2013/14, however the Reds failed to seal the title in the ultimate matchday of the league.
But Suarez was remembered for his monstrous performances and until date thought of to be top-of-the-line particular person performances in the historical past of the league.
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Suarez scored 69 Premier League targets in 110 appearances, which made him earn a £65 million change to the Spanish giants Barcelona in 2014.