Coutinho, Mignolet & more: Twitter hails Liverpool’s ‘world-class’ Suarez

Philippe Coutinho and Simon Mignolet both tweet their thoughts after Liverpool's world-class Luis Suárez scored four against Norwich

The Sport Review staff
By The Sport Review staff
Suarez

Luis Suarez bagged a scintillating four goals as Liverpool were emphatic 5-1 winners against Norwich City at Anfield.

The 26-year-old secured an amazing 35-minute hat-trick to put the Reds in command before the South American scored his 13th goal of the season thanks to second-half free-kick.

And here is the best of the Twitter reaction from the professionals, past and present, in chronological order to Suarez’s goal-scoring feat.

Ex-Liverpool defender Neil Ruddock (‏@RealRazor) is looking forward to watching Suarez’s goals back on Match of the Day: “Can’t wait for this Match of the Day with my good mate @Robbie9Fowler goals goals goals, Suarez just added another £10m on his back!”

Reds midfielder Philipe Coutinho ‏(@Phil_Coutinho) hails his team-mate: “Congratulations to the team for the victory tonight and congratulations also to @luis16suarez by four goals.”

Liverpool defender Glen Johnson (‏@glen_johnson) can’t wait for the next game now: “Good three points tonight. Superb goals from @luis16suarez Roll on Saturday…”

Reds goalkeeper Simon Mignolet ‏(@SMignolet) must be relieved that Suarez is a team-mate: “Great win and performance by the team! Congrats to @luis16suarez for his four world-class goals again! #YNWA”

Ex-Reading striker Jason Roberts ‏(@JasonRoberts30) can’t believe the quality of Suarez’s goals: “OMG…what am I watching?? Suarez!!! Incredible!!!!!”

Southampton striker Richard Chaplow (‏@Rchap04) is left speechless: “I’m gobsmacked. He’s from another world. Four goals and an assist #Suarez #onemanband”

Norwich midfielder Robert Snodgrass (‏@robsnodgrass7) feels sorry for his fellow Canaries: “Gutted for the lads. Liverpool scored 15 against us in three games and Suarez has scored 10. The guy is unplayable at times.”

The partner of Liverpool owner John W Henry, Linda Pizzuti (@Linda_Pizzuti), wants to know what is the word for a four-goal haul: “Historic match for LFC. Enjoying re-watching highlights & reading commentary. What is the term after hat-trick for four?”

Even Ghanaian Emmanuel Frimpong (‏@IAMFRIMPONG26) has to applaud Suarez: “Give credit when it is due. As much as I dislike Suarez for what he did to Ghana you got to admit he’s a real talented footballer.”

Ex-Liverpool defender Djimi Traore ‏(@Djimi_Traore19) lauds Suarez: “Four wonderful goals from Luis Suarez. Top-class striker. #YNWA”

Finally, former Reds striker Stan Collymore ‏(@StanCollymore) let’s out his unadulterated thoughts on the South American: “It’s after the watershed. Suarez was fucking insane tonight.”

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