Luis Suarez, Kenny Dalglish & Fernando Torres shared lovely moment after Liverpool 2-0 Atletico

Luis Suarez shared a lovely moment with Dalglish and Torres after Liverpool 2-0 Atletico

Luis Suarez did not receive a very good reception from Liverpool fans on Wednesday evening.

The striker, who played played for Liverpool between 2011-2014, was in Atletico's staring lineup for their Champions League trip to Anfield.

Suarez was an absolute genius during his time at the Merseyside club.

But he burned a lot of bridges with his actions during Liverpool and Barcelona's Champions League semi-final clash in 2019.

Suarez clashed with Andy Robertson during the tie and also celebrated wildly after scoring at Camp Nou.

Thus, Suarez was booed throughout on Wednesday evening.

The boos were prevalent when the 34-year-old was taken off after 59 minutes, although there were some supporters in the home end who showed their appreciation.



One man who would no doubt have been clapping Suarez off the pitch was Liverpool legend, Kenny Dalglish.

Dalglish bought Suarez to the club in 2011 and managed him until his departure a year later.

The two were reunited after the game and they shared a lovely moment.

Luis Suarez in action for Atletico vs Liverpool

Suarez, clutching Liverpool's home, away and third shirts, shared a hug with his former boss.

The two then posed for pictures with another Liverpool hero, Fernando Torres.

The footage was captured on Liverpool's 'Inside Anfield' video. View the moment at 5:23 below...

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Some Liverpool fans' opinion of Suarez may have changed drastically in the past few years, but the legendary striker still loves the club.

Speaking ahead of the tie, Suarez said, per Liverpool Echo: “It was amazing to see the atmosphere at Anfield.

“Watching the Premier League games was incredible, as was the opportunity to make one of my dreams come true, to be there, to feel the people's love from the very first minute.

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“They could see my commitment, my desire for Liverpool to continue to be in the footballing elite.

“It's true that we had a few years where we weren't where we wanted to be.

“But they saw my attitude, and that's why there was that rapport, that love between us – it was mutual between me and the fans.

“It was unbelievable and it gave me extra motivation to play at Anfield.”

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