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Luis Suarez scored silences his critics with brace against England

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Liverpool striker Luis Suarez has hit out at his critics, and admitted that his goals last night felt like "sweet revenge" for all the criticism he has received.

The Uruguayan superstar netted a brace against England last night, leaving the Three Lions on the brink of an early exit from the competition.

But Suarez was not finished there, after the game he said: "I dreamt this. I’m enjoying this moment, because of all I suffered, the criticism I received. So, there you go.

"Before the game too many people in England laughed about my attitude over the last few years. This is a very good time for me. I want to see what they think now. It was one of the best games I've played. It's an amazing moment for me. Maybe a few days ago I thought this wouldn't be possible."

Suarez has always cut a controversial figure in the Premier League, whilst there's no denying his talents, he has always found himself in the spotlight for the wrong reasons.

He has missed nearly half a season of games through suspensions, without ever getting sent off, infamously biting Chelsea's Branislav Ivanovic and racially abusing Patrice Evra of Manchester United.

The English press have always had plenty to write about when it comes to the striker, and he has always taken it to heart, with reports never far away of linking him with a move to Spain due to being unsettled in the country.

The striker only had key-hole surgery on his knee a month ago, but showed no signs of this as he stole the show in Sao Paolo.

Coming off towards the end of the game, the striker was visibly emotional on the bench, as his goals looked to have given Uruguay a chance of qualifying for the next round. More of a chance than England now have.

Suarez was gifted his second goal after a slip from his Liverpool captain, Steven Gerrard, saw the Uruguayans have an incisive breakaway.

But the supremo only had positive words to say about his team-mate, he said: "I told him (Gerrard) to keep going. He's the best player I've played with on the pitch. This is an unlucky moment for him. I don't like it when he hurts like this. I said: 'Keep going, forget this game, you're one of the best'."

As for England, their fate is now out of their hands, the nation will be praying that Italy can beat Costa Rica tonight, and beat them handsomely.

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