Kenny Dalglish hailed Liverpool striker Luis Suarez after his goal separated the Reds and QPR at Anfield, BBC
The Uruguayan has received some negative headlines so far this season following racism allegations and a charge by the Football Association for making a gesture to Fulham fans. Suarez’s first Premier League goal in two-and-a-half months was a second-half header that won the game for Liverpool. Dalglish was pleased with the way the 24 year old played against QPR and was glad that he has deflected some of the negativity surrounding him.
Dalglish said: ‘He scored with a header which doesn’t happen very often and he played really well. It was well-deserved and well-taken. Some of the football we played in the first half was brilliant and I think we played better before we scored than after it – but even then we still created a few.’
The Reds boss was delighted with his side’s performance and they moved up to sixth in the table with the victory. Dalglish believes that his side should have scored more, but faced up to QPR goalkeeper Radek Cerny in inspired form.
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