The Kop has seen some great players over the years. Liverpool have had Steven Gerrard banging them in, Big Virgil van Dijk stopping them, Ian Rush bagging goal after goal. One player, however, tops them all. One player had the best season any Liverpool player has ever had: Luis Suarez in 2013/14. Twitter has been gushing over a compilation of his best bits from the Reds’ historic campaign.
Liverpool signed Luis Suarez in 2011, paying Ajax £22.7m for the striker.
What followed his arrival was sheer magic. We were lucky to watch a genius at work for three years before he was sold to Barcelona.
The 2013/14 season was the peak of his powers. He was unplayable, one of the leading lights of a team that came so close to the club’s first title in what feels like forever.
His superb individual displays earned him the PFA Player of the Year award as he banged in 31 goals in 33 games during the campaign.
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A compilation of his goals and assists during the campaign, made by @AhmedLFC, has had Liverpool fans drooling over Luis Suarez in the 2013/14 season.
His efforts have been described as the best season any player has had in the Premier League.
For me. The best single season in the premier league by a player of any club. Open to debate.
— . (@wr_ghty) March 29, 2020
And James Pearce agrees.
I’d agree. He was operating on a different level to anyone else.
— James Pearce (@JamesPearceLFC) March 29, 2020
He has been referred to as the best player to play in the league altogether.
Best player that graced the Premier league
— Hoosen A (@Hoosen_A) March 28, 2020
Some believe that he lost that bit of magic at Barcelona.
Though Barcelona gave him trophies they took away the spark in his game
As a Liverpool fan he his one of the best striker av seen play the game
— Adetilewa 😎😎😎 (@owolabikeller) March 28, 2020
One goal in particular stands out for it’s small touch of genius.
It’s the one against Norwich that always gets me, but not because of the outrageous overhead flick. It’s the way he lets the ball bounce a second time so it will sit up just how he wants. Subtle genius.
— Zach Osterman (@ZachOsterman) March 28, 2020
Truth be told, he shouldered a lot of the burden in that season.
Arguably my fav individual season, literally carried us
— ً (@BabyKeith8) March 28, 2020