Barcelona striker Luis Suarez has opened up on one of his his saddest moments of being a Liverpool player, he pointed out that missing out on winning the title with Liverpool back in 2014 is a bad memory.
Anfield was the home of Luis Suarez for three years and he nearly won them their first Premier League title and also its first English title since 1980 single-handedly in his final season, before departing for Spanish giants Barcelona.
The Uruguayan star also revealed that he isn’t happy that some Liverpool faithfuls were annoyed with him for jubilating after he found the back of the net in the first leg of the 2018/2019 Champions League semi-final.
Revisiting his time at Liverpool, he said to Liverpool’s official website: “In the last year when I played there at Anfield I was so sad for the supporters [that we missed out on the title].
“I know some Liverpool supporters were angry with me because I celebrated a goal against Liverpool here in Camp Nou [last season] and for that I am so sad.
I accept that and I say that hopefully they understand my situation: we were playing at home and in the Champions League semi-final.
I lived one of the best moments of my life there and I think the supporters didn’t forget how my attitude was in the Liverpool shirt.
“Now hopefully they are so happy with the Premier League trophy this year.”
Liverpool became Premier League champions for the first time in 30 years this season following Manchester City’s defeat to Chelsea.
Suarez is happy for the club and the club’s captain Jordan Henderson who he played alongside during his stint with the Merseyside team.
He went on to say : “When I saw last year [him winning] the Champions League, I was so happy for him. Why? Because as some people know he had some problems with his dad and he had really good moments and some bad moments in Liverpool.
“When he lifted the trophy, the dream is done but this season I [will be happy to] see him lifting the Premier League trophy because he is a really good person.
I speak sometimes with him and I said to him, ‘You have a really good chance this season’ and he is so excited.
We watch some [Liverpool] games when we can and we see that Jordan, he is the captain from the midfield. He speaks a lot and for his teammates this is so important, when they have confidence with the captain.
“For me, Jordan is one of the best captains in Liverpool’s history.” He Concluded