Luis Suárez continues his march towards becoming a Liverpool legend. The Uruguayan again found the back of the net in the Tottenham game, for the third time consecutively. This, goal number 29, puts him ahead of another ‘red’ icon, Robbie Fowler, as Liverpool’s highest-scoring player in a single Premier League season.
The English championship has a new leader. Pending the outcome of City’s postponed matches, Brendan Rodgers’ team is dreaming of recapturing past glory. Their hopes are pinned on a certain Uruguayan striker who was the subject of intense debate only a few months ago, with calls for his departure.
His controversial behaviour is a thing of the past. ‘Lucho’ has won over his biggest critics by delivering the goals – 29 in 27 games and 11 assists are his season credentials. A Golden Boot on the horizon and another historic record under his belt, bettering the legacy of one of Liverpool’s most well-known killers, English player Robbie Fowler.
On the trail of Andy Cole’s record. For his next challenge, he has former Manchester United forward, Andy Cole, in his sights. Cole’s single season goal tally of 34 with the ‘Red Devils’ is the best of all time to date in the Premiership. Five more goals to go and Luis Suárez will be ranked as the most lethal striker the English championship has ever seen. Just what Liverpool need to keep believing – and with the Uruguayan, anything is possible.