WATCH: Luis Suarez’s UNFORGETTABLE 4-goal game against Norwich City turns a decade old today!

Suarez made history by scoring three hat tricks against the same Premier League club.


WATCH: Luis Suarez’s UNFORGETTABLE 4-goal game against Norwich City turns a decade old today!

Luis Suarez for Liverpool against Norwich City in 2013. (Image via TeamTalk)

A decade ago, in December 2013, Luis Suarez showcased an outstanding performance in Liverpool‘s 5-1 victory against Norwich City in the Premier League, tallying four goals and one assist. This memorable match marked the occasion when Suarez became the first South American player to achieve a hat-trick in the Premier League.

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The ex-Liverpool forward played 130 matches for the Reds, scoring 84 goals and providing 46 assists, making him an icon at the club. Suarez later moved to Barcelona for a record fee of £75 million, where he played 283 games and scored an incredible 195 goals.

During his three-year tenure at Anfield, Suarez loved playing against Norwich City. He fired 12 goals across six appearances, including three remarkable hat-tricks. However, the match played on the 4th of December 2013 remains the most memorable one as Suarez scored 4 goals in a single game. All four strikes were outrageous hits!

The goals included a breathtaking 40-yard strike, an improvised goal, a splendid half-volley, and a 25-yard free-kick. This propelled him to become the league’s top scorer at that time. Later, in the game, Suarez also managed to assist Raheem Sterling for the fifth goal.

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The match which turns 10 years old today, saw a remarkable display of individual performance by the Uruguayan No.9. In addition to that, the player received extensive praise from then-manager, Brendan Rodgers, who labeled it as a ‘moment of sheer brilliance’.

Luis Suarez says goodbye to Gremio fans with goal in final game; Inter Miami next

In his final match for Gremio, legendary striker Luis Suarez scored the only goal of the match, as his team claimed a 1-0 victory over Vasco da Gama in the Brazilian Serie A, last night. Suarez bid farewell to the stadium packed with Gremio fans and is expected to leave Brazil to join David Beckham’s MLS team, Inter Miami.

Luis Suarez scored for Gremio
Luis Suarez scored in his final match for Gremio on Sunday. (Image via The Sun)

Bidding farewell to the Gremio Arena, the ex-Barcelona and Atletico Madrid striker, Luis Suarez, earned a standing ovation. Joined by his family on the field, he gracefully said his goodbyes. Suarez is now set for a highly anticipated move in the winter transfer window, reuniting with former Barcelona teammates Lionel Messi, Sergio Busquets, and Jordi Alba at Inter Miami.

Gremio manager Renato Gaucho confirmed Suarez’s departure earlier in the week, emphasizing the significant gap he leaves behind after scoring 27 goals in 52 appearances for the team.

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