Luis Suarez recalls his favourite Anfield memories

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Luis Suarez's career at Liverpool may have featured the odd controversial incident, but his heroics during the 2013-14 season will live long in the memory of most supporters at the club.

The now Barcelona striker scored 31 goals in his final year on Merseyside as Brendan Rodgers' men narrowly missed out on the Premier League title.

His career has moved up another level at the Camp Nou but Suarez still looks back fondly on his time at Anfield.

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Liverpool's home has gone through some major changes during the summer, with the new main stand has boosted the capacity to over 54,000.

And in celebration of the redevelopment, Suarez has picked out some of his greatest memories from his stint at Liverpool.

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The Uruguayan was asked to describe Anfield in one word for Liverpool's official website, to which his response was unanimous: "Amazing.

“It’s completely different because of the Liverpool supporters. The players like Liverpool supporters.

“I had a moment at Liverpool when we lost the game and played really badly, and they helped get us up. This is really good for players and we like that.


“I had a few really good moments. My debut, when I played the first game, was an amazing moment for me. When I scored – it was a dream for a player.

“And when we won against Manchester City, when we had a really good chance to win the Premier League."

His fourth and final highlight at Anfield actually came after left the club.

Suarez returned to feature in a Steven Gerrard All-Stars vs Jamie Carragher All-Stars charity match last year, where he linked up with another former fan favourite, Fernando Torres.

Liverpool All-Star Charity Match

He added: “And when I came back last year to play with Stevie and Fernando (in the all-star charity game), that was a really good moment. I have a lot of moments in my heart from Anfield.”

The 29-year-old has become a firm fixture for Luis Enrique's Barcelona team and along with Lionel Messi and Neymar, is part of arguably the deadliest frontline in world football - possibly all-time.

But Liverpool will always represent the crucial stepping stone in his career that made him become the superstar we see today.

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