Luis Suarez’s Player Profile

Luis Suarez is an extremely gifted football player, who has been proving his prowess on the field for the past several years. His talent has encouraged Barcelona to spend 75 million on him to transfer him from Liverpool to Catalonia. He played marvelously well in the year 2014 and even finished as the top scorer of the Premier League. Even though he has attracted some negative attention due to some biting incidents, he has managed to impress everyone with his special talent in playing football.

Suarez had a remarkable year in 2012 to 2013 as well, when he managed to score around 23 goals in thirty three games alone. The year he went to the World Cup with a knee injury, everyone predicted him not to play well. However, he redeemed himself by playing marvelously well and overcame all the PR and health obstacles in his way.

Luis Suarez is a deadly striker and is able to attack from wide positions making him an enticing presence on the field. He played his best while winning the Treble with Barcelona it the year 2014 -2015. Unfortunately, he has had to face several disciplinary issues due to his manic behavior on the field. He has been suspended several times, yet he still comes back and tends to land in hot water all over again. However, he is a great favorite of the public as he redeems himself with his playing skills on the field.

Luis Suarez is able to score so many goals with his signature powerful shot. He generally runs towards the goal and tends to use the nutmegging strategy to outsmart his opponents. This strategy generally involves passing the ball through their legs. He has the ability to play in any position on the football field, but his real talent lies in being a striker for his team. He is also a great team player and opens up chances for his teammates to score the winning goal.

Luis Suarez: His Time With The Nacional

Luis Suarez was born in 1987 in Uruguay. He played 34 times for the Nacional till date. He has risen to great height very rapidly through sheer determination and fantastic football skills. In May 2005, he made his debut against a small Colombian team called Junior de Barranquilla. Even though the game isn’t remembered by Nacional fans, it was his first step towards football greatness. At the time, the Nacional side was made up of future players like Sebastian Viera, Gonzalo Castro and Juan Albi. Although the club failed by winning only a single match out of the six group matches, Suarez was already on his way to the top. He managed to net a goal with a magnificent overhead kick, attracting plenty of attention.

Even though Suarez did not play for long with the Nacionals, he managed to score 12 goals in the 34 games he played. His teammates praise for his ability to rise like a phoenix exactly at the moment that they need a goal desperately. Uruguay idolizes this magnificent player and is proud of his many achievements. He gives back to the society by meeting with the youth and telling them encouraging stories. Interestingly, many of his fans are also Liverpool fans.

Luis Suarez: Player of the Year

In 2013, Suarez changed his stance on leaving the club and stated that he would like to continue and even signing a contract extension. He reasoned that the support from his Liverpool fans made him revert his decision. In September 2013, in his first game after his recent suspension, Suarez was able to help his team beat Sunderland by scoring twice. Following this performance, Suarez again managed to score an opening goal on October 5 against Crystal Palace. Then he went on to score his next opening goal at Anfield against West Bromwich Albion. BBC reported that he had managed to score a hat trick in every 2013 Premier League Game.

Suarez repeated his magic in December 2013 by scoring 4 goals against Norwich City. He was the first player in the entire history of the Premier League to score up to three hat-tricks with the same opponent. He captained his team on December 15 and scored twice while his team won by 5-1 against Tottenham Hotspur. This led to Luis Suarez being declared as the Football Supporters’ Federation Player of the Year 2013. He was offered a new contract for four and a half years by Liverpool, which he promptly signed, sealing the deal.

Suarez started 2014 with a bang by scoring a 2-0 win over Hill City. This led to him becoming the first Liverpool player since Robbie Fowler to score twenty or more goals in Premier League Seasons in the same year. On March 1, 2014, Suarez made his hundredth appearance at a Premier League Game and proved his fantastic playing abilities again. It was in April 2014 that Suarez along with six other players were nominated for the PFA Player of the Year Award for the second consecutive time. The award was announced on 27 April, and all Luis Suarez fans were thrilled that their hero was the first non-European who has been awarded the PFA Player of the Year Award.