Tuesday, May 1, 2012

[Video] Norwich City 0-3 Liverpool - Simply Brilliant Hattrick By Luis Suarez

Luis Suarez showed evidence of why Liverpool seem to be more comfortable playing outside their home this season.
The striker from Uruguay was able to create a hat trick at home to Norwich City, including a magnificent goal, and took his team won three goals without reply. This match started very slowly. Both teams could not afford to create opportunities for a fairly long time.

Luckily, Liverpool finally woke up and condemn Norwich which lies dormant until minute 24. Steven Gerrard stole the ball from David Fox and pass them on Luis Suarez. That no mistake can resolve these opportunities. 1 shot. 1 goal. 1-0.Next... Gerrard back to being a ghost in Norwich back line. But this time his shot was hit defender and wide.

Have not had time to breathe freely, looks super bad back line continued the host. This time the bait Kyle Naughton is very bad. And Elliot Ward was losing the ball from-who else-if not Suarez. No need to wait for another invitation, Suarez was immediately take advantage of these opportunities and beat John Ruddy for the second time. Of 2-0. These results continue to survive until the first half ended.

In the second half, the visitors still have not stopped creating chances. And as in the Liverpool game normally, there is always a chance that hit the crossbar. Jonjo Shelvey this opportunity. Stewart Downing and Suarez also had a chance to increase the benefits, but it still wasted. Until finally, Suarez is able to complete his hattrick with a superb lob from a distance of about 45 yards, almost half the field-and conquer Ruddy. And yet again, this goal is the contribution of errors Ward. 3-0. Game over.

Throughout the rest of the game, there is no chance of Liverpool meet the target. And Norwich also could only occasionally tried to attack. And even then there is no effective. The game ended, Liverpool went home with three points and a smile on the face of Kenny Dalglish result of Suarez great hat trick. Full Time. Norwich City 0. Liverpool 3.


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