As much as Norwich City fans may want to forget about him it appears as if former Liverpool forward Luis Suarez will continue to haunt the Canaries for a long, long time.
Last night saw Liverpool tear through struggling Norwich with an emphatic 3-0 win to ensure their progression into the fourth round of the Carabao Cup. Takumi Minamino scored in the early and later stages of the game with a rare Divock Origi goal sandwiched in the middle for good measure, taking the Reds one step closer to a Wembley return.
Norwich, on the other hand, have yet another loss to their name as they attempt to shift the focus back to Premier League survival – which is already looking precarious, to say the least.
The ghost of Luis Suarez
What made matters worse for Daniel Farke’s men on Tuesday was the fact that Liverpool fans decided to reintroduce a familiar song to the terraces in tribute to one of the best strikers in their recent history; Luis Suarez.
Across just six appearances against Norwich we saw the Uruguayan forward score 12 goals, including two hat-tricks and three assists for good measure.
The fact that the Liverpool faithful even made the midweek trip down to Norfolk probably entitled them to a good singalong, and this was a fitting way to get their vocal chords working given just how dominant Suarez was whenever he came across the relegation favourites.
The win ensures that the mood on Merseyside continues to grow stronger as Jurgen Klopp’s men now look ahead to tonight’s Carabao Cup fourth round draw.
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