Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has hailed striker Luis Suarez after his four-goal haul in the Reds’ 5-1 victory over Norwich City on Wednesday, writes Sky
The Uruguayan completed his third Premier League hat-trick in four Premier League games against the Canaries inside 35 minutes, with an audacious 40-yard shot, a close range finish from a corner, and a half-volley from outside the penalty area. He made it four with a second half free-kick, before setting up Raheem Sterling late on to complete the rout.
The four goals took his tally against Norwich to 11 goals in four meetings, and to 13 for the season in only 10 games, having missed the start of the season through suspension. After the game, Rodgers heaped praise on the 26-year-old, saying: ’Well certainly I haven’t seen better. It was a brilliant performance, just a pleasure to have watched that.
“Every goal was like a ‘wow’ goal, from the first right through to the end, so incredible performance by an incredible player and, as I said, it was a real pleasure.
“I really enjoyed watching my team tonight, we were full of creativity and goals and worked very hard.
“You can’t ask any more, he’s certainly earned his money and just a pleasure to work with. I think you see his happiness, he’s really happy in his football and the whole club just is a hand-in-glove fit for him.”