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'Haven't they suffered enough?'; Fans troll Norwich with Luis Suarez song

Liverpool fans had a little fun with the Luis Suarez song as they faced Norwich City at Carrow Road. The Reds just couldn’t help themselves.

Liverpool rain out comfortable winners against Norwich City on Tuesday. They travelled south with an unusual XI in mind, featuring two teenagers on their right flank.

Both Conor Bradley and Kaide Gordon made their Liverpool debuts from the start, with Tyler Morton putting in an impressive second 45 for his bow, too.

Liverpool got off to a rapid start, too, as Takumi Minamino scored inside the first few minutes. While things slowed down, second-half goals from Divock Origi and Minamino wrapped up a 3-0 win.

All things considered, it was a wonderfully routine win with an experimental side. It certainly gave us lots to talk about.

And more importantly, it gave the Liverpool fans inside the ground lots to shout about – including an homage to their former no.7.

Supporters spent several occasions in the second half singing the Luis Suarez song. A player who was once the scourge of Norwich.

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Liverpool fans sing Luis Suarez song

No player has scored more Premier League goals against Norwich than Suarez – a ridiculous statistic, considering he was only in the league for three and a half years. But for whatever reason, they could never handle him.

Six appearances, 12 goals, three assists. Unbelievable stuff. No wonder Liverpool fans gave him a shoutout at Carrow Road.

Naturally, Reds on Twitter were completely in favour.

Watching Suarez score outrageous goals against Norwich twice a season was always a joy. His four in one game at Anfield is one of the absolute greatest individual displays you’re ever likely to see.

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Then there’s that strike from 40 yards in the rain. Or the time he curled one into the far corner – with the outside of his boot – right as the Norwich fans booed him.

Bring him back in January. We’ve still got one game left against them – for old times’ sake.

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