Liverpool Forward Luis Suarez has repaid the faith placed in him by the Liverpool management and the Anfield faithful this season with a series of mesmerising displays.
The Uruguay International has courted controversy throughout his career thus far, from blatantly diving to keep his country's World Cup hopes alive in South Africa to racially abusing Manchester United Left Back Patrice Evra.
The 27-year-old however has always been a star performer on the pitch and those performances have gone up a notch or two this season, especially after the Uruguayan was banned for 10 games for biting Chelsea's Branislav Ivanovic towards the end of last season.
That ban stretched to the start of this season and resulted in Suarez having to miss Liverpool's first five games this season.
Despite coming out of the starting blocks a little late, Suarez signal his intent within his first couple of games as the star striker hit top form. Suarez has scored 30 goals in 30 games thus far this season and is a good 10 goals above his Liverpool compatriot, Daniel Sturridge in the race for the Golden Boot Award.
Suarez's performances have been the icing on the cake for Liverpool's all Domestic Campaign and it is no surprise that the Liverpool forward has been voted by his fellow Premier League stars as being the most deserved candidate for the PFA Footballer of the year award. Although we do witness the occasional dive or play-acting, the Uruguay International's performances andy nuances that you could have with him.
Suarez will be hoping to play a key role in the Premier League showdown against Chelsea at Anfield later today. It was in this exact fixture last season where Suarez's equalizing goal was overshadowed by him making an attempt to hurt Chelsea Defender, Branislav Ivanovic by biting him.
As a football fan I would like to see Suarez making the headlines tomorrow morning just like what he has done for the most part of the season.
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