Luis Suarez is undoubtedly an astonishingly good player with incredible ability, showing just why the world's top sides would jump at the chance to sign him with a stunning four-goal haul against Norwich City.
Despite his goal record against Norwich is particularly exceptional, Suarez does not yet hold the Premier League’s record for the most goal’s scored by an individual player against one team.
This is held by Alan Shearer for his 20 goals against Leeds United, but with Suarez having only played in the Premier League since 2011 there is certainly potential for him to conquer this record.
Suarez’s goal tally against the Canaries has now reached a total of eleven goals in four games, which on average equates to an outstanding 2.75 goals per game.
Liverpool’s Uruguayan magician has not been able to match this record against any other team but is close with a punishing haul against Sunderland (7) and Wigan (6) respectively.
Assuming Suarez’s scintillating form continues into the new year and with Liverpool still to play both Norwich and Sunderland in 2014, this goal scoring tally looks likely to increase.
Since his return from his 10-match ban for biting Chelsea right back Branislav Ivanovic, Suarez has been incredibly clinical and is clearly a man at the very top of his game.
He has played ten games for Liverpool this season, finding the back of the net fourteen times just 10 matches.
Suarez’s goal scoring does not just stop at club level, Liverpool’s ace claimed the record for Uruguayan national team’s all-time top goal scorer in 2013’s Confederation Cup with a 25 yard free-kick against Spain and two goals as a substitute in Uruguay’s 8-0 thrashing of Tahiti.
In regards to the 2014 World Cup, Suarez ended the qualification campaign as the top goal scorer in the South American section with eleven goals, and with England set to face Uruguay in Group D of next year’s world cup in Brazil.
Roy Hodgson's men will need to be at the top of their game to stop the magician weaving his magic next summer in a tough group also featuring former World champions Italy.
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