It was announced today that Liverpool striker Luis Suarez wants to leave England because he doesn't feel comfortable anymore after all the controversy he has been involved in during his time at Anfield.

Suarez joined Liverpool from Dutch side Ajax for a fee estimated around £22 million back in 2011 and has been a hit at the club ever since, but a couple of controversial moments has seen his reputation diminish and has eventually lead to the striker wanting to leave.

Charged for racism against Manchester United defender Patrice Evra and then charged for biting Chelsea defender Branislav Ivanovic are the two most moments for Suarez, but he hasn't been all bad for the Premier League.

Despite his attitude and his sportsmanship problems, Suarez has been sensational on the pitch for Liverpool and at times he has been great to watch with his insane dribbling skills and his technical ability.

So with the Uruguayan's exit ever looming, we thought we would take a look back at some of his greatest goals in a Liverpool shirt.

Here is the top three:

3. His superb lob against Norwich City

Suarez will be remembered for always turning on the style when his side met Norwich City. The striker loved scoring goals against them and in this particular game he scored a hat-trick and one of the goals was just technically brilliant.

After picking up the ball on the half-way line, he then looked up, saw John Ruddy was off his line and then produced a David Beckham-esque strike from 40-yards that looped over the goalkeeper and into the back of the net.

Super strike from Suarez.

Watch the goal here:

2. Curler against Stoke City

One of the greatest things about Luis Suarez is his ability to create something out of nothing and this goal was just that.

He picked up the ball on the left-hand side of the field and seemed to be looking for a pass or even a cross, but then he shifted the ball in between the defenders legs and then ran around him and bent the ball into the far-bottom corner.

Watch the goal here:

1. Perfect control and goal against Newcastle

It was labelled as one of the goals of the season just for the perfect control and the cool-mind to take it round the keeper and slot it home.

After the ball was thumped forward and over the top of the Newcastle defenders, Suarez kept his eye on the ball all the way and then took it down on his shoulder and then took just one-touch to take it beyond the keeper and then rolled it home.


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