Luis Suarez became the 1st South American player to score 4 goals in a Premier League game Wednesday night as he put 4 past John Ruddy in Liverpool’s 5-1 cakewalk over struggling Norwich City
The Uruguayan added an assist as well on Raheem Sterling’s 88th minute goal to lend a hand in every Liverpool goal on the night, all 5 of them either scored or assisted by the South American wizard.
The scoring frenzy for Suarez started with a spectacular 40 yard volley on 15 minutes that caught Ruddy off his line and dipped and swerved its way in, to the ecstatic delight of those all around Anfield.
His second came in the form of a redirect off a Joe Allen corner 13 minutes later, followed by the hat-trick completer, an absolutely splendid individual effort in which Suarez chipped them ball to himself before volleying a rocket home on 35 minutes to embarrass the Canary back line. The capper for Suarez came 15 minutes from time with a classic Suarez-esque free kick doing the damage before he assisted Sterling with an outside boot cross to complete his magical night and finally end the suffering that even made PETA cringe for the Canaries’ well-being.