Luis Suarez made a speech about the Premier League title race when he received the PFA Player of the Year award, and revealed his frustration over the loss against Chelsea.
A heavy defeat against Chelsea put a spanner in Liverpool's chances of winning the Premier League. The team did not play at the level we are used to seeing them and a week after the loss, Luis Suarez is still not over the loss.
"I'm still upset, it was so frustrating, we found no breach, and we made a mistake that was hard to come back from. We knew the game would be hard and dense but it was frustrating when they wasted time."
Next season Liverpool will play in the Champions League, which was the goal this season. In addition, the European games felt like a must to keep players who are like Suarez, he claims that any relocation or transfer is not planned.
"I'm very happy here, and this is my family too," he added in an interview with the Liverpool Echo.
"Do not worry, nothing will happen to me. If we can win the Premier League and bring the trophy home, that would be absolutely amazing, a dream come true."
Although Liverpool lost the game there was nevertheless gratifying circumstances for Suarez, at least on the personal level. He won the title of Player of the Year in the Premier League.
"After the Chelsea game, we had to hurry to London, to go to the PFA event., I was still upset after the game. I am shy and I had to go up and make a little speech. I am more comfortable when people ask me questions, my English is very poor.
"I knew what I would like to thank people and what I wanted to mention but I kept the speech short because of my English.
"I am honored and proud to receive the award, especially because my colleagues in football voted for me. It is very special."
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