It's a team game for Dalglish

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Kenny Dalglish has no doubts hat-trick man Luis Suarez is a "special" player, but feels his whole Liverpool squad deserve credit for the manner in which they warmed up for the FA Cup final with a 3-0 win at Norwich.

The Uruguay forward proved too hot for the Canaries defence to handle on Saturday, producing two clinical finishes in the space of four minutes midway through the first half, before netting a superb 82nd-minute third when he chipped the ball over goalkeeper John Ruddy from just inside the Norwich half.

"[Suarez's goals] were all special for us and special for Luis," Dalglish said. "His performance epitomises the performance that the rest of the team put in. When you consider what they have to look forward to next week, it is even more credible that they put that to the back of their minds and went out there and played."

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