Liverpool is having a dream run this season in English Premier League thanks to their eight wins out of fourteen played matches that put them among top four of the leaderboard. They are enjoying a top space after a long time; perhaps their critics are still not able to believe that the team who has been struggling throughout the last season can be an eye candy this year. Credit goes to their sincere dedication that brought their golden era back and their in-form world class players, especially Luis Suarez who once the dissenting player and wanted to leave Anfield at any cost. When your team is winning you have the right to praise your key players and compare them with anyone in the world and this is what Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers seems to be doing and who the ruling players he is comparing his key one are none other than Barcelona’s Lionel Messi and Real Madrid’s Cristiano Ronaldo. He shared his exaggeration by competing Luis Suarez with that of two aces of contemporary soccer after their crushing 5-1 win over Norwich City on Wednesday night. In fact, Suarez proved to be lethal against Canaries with his 11 goals in ten played matches against them and become the top scorer in the English league this season.
Player chasing his number of goals’ feat this season is Man City’s Sergio Aguero who has netted 11 goals so far. Rodgers cherished his 26-year-old Uruguay forward and said, “Sheer brilliance that was. Technically we were very good but to witness that was a remarkable individual performance.
“I always like to talk about the team but I think you have to hold up Luis as one of the best strikers in the world. Incredible performance. I think he is the happiest he has been here. He flies all around the world but I think this club suits him perfectly and I still think his best years are going to be here.
“The profile of the club, the connection with the supporters, you can see it is a hand-in-glove fit for him. The type of football we are trying to play allows him to operate in those spaces but you still have to be there to finish it off and that must have been a joy to watch for people.
“The modern-day world-class operators — the Ronaldos and Messis — it is all about the numbers and what they produce and it is not any more one and two, or two and three.”