Daniel Sturridge says his strike partnership with Luis Suarez is a 'beautiful thing'.
The England international, who helped England qualify for the 2014 World Cup in Brazil, has been in superb goalscoring form for the Reds since joining from Chelsea in January.
Sturridge's partnership with the controversial Suarez has seen the pair score 16 goals together whilst both have been on the pitch, and has been labelled 'SAS', a tag Alan Shearer and Chris Sutton were given while at Blackburn in the mid 1990's.
And the 24-year-old is delighted with the way he and Suarez are playing together.
He told Kick Off magazine: “It’s a beautiful thing to have the relationship on the field with him.
“We have a good understanding, have assisted each other on different occasions and it’s a great feeling. We help each other and improve each other and we also get along off the field.”
The partnership is arguably the best in the Premier League at the moment, and since the return of Uruguay international Suarez, the pair have netted five goals in the last two Premier League matches.
Liverpool travel to Newcastle on Saturday looking to continue their impressive start to the season. A win would see them temporary replace Arsenal at the top of the Premier League.
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