Luis Suarez backs his former Team’s fans as “best in the world”


Barcelona’s Luis Suarez believes his former club Liverpool is home to the best fans in the world


Luis Suarez who was a part of Liverpool for three and a half years claimed that the fans of Anfield are best in the world. He scored a decent number of goals while ending up with many controversies off the field.

As far as the numbers are concerned, The Uruguayan in his 133 appearances for Liverpool, have scored 82 goals, leading them to bag the league cup in 2011-12 and reaching the Premier League finals in 2013-14.

Despite having some pretty decent numbers, Suarez was also on the bad books of many owing to the controversies he felt into.

luis-suarez-patrice-evra-fightIn 2011, Suarez was blamed for racially abusing Manchester United defender Patrice Evra and was later fined and suspended by the FA. Two years later he had to incur another fine and a long-time suspension for biting Chelsea defender Branislav Ivanovic. However, Liverpool fans never ill-treated Suarez, however, and continued to support him through the controversy.

Despite leaving Anfield and joining the Catalans, Suarez has still some good things to say about his former team fans “In my opinion, they are some of the best fans for all the love they showed me the entire time I was at Liverpool,” he said during an interview with YouTube channel ‘OTRO’.

“They loved me and treated me spectacularly. That is why they are some of the best fans in the world, for me, they are the best.”

After joining  Barca, Suarez has 191 goals in 270 appearances under his name along with winning four La Liga titles and the Champions League.

Recently, he received a major setback after getting ruled out of the remaining Spanish Super Cup due to his knee injury while playing against Atletico Madrid.

As per the reports Suarez will be missing the majority of the season due to his upcoming surgery and may have to sit for the next four months. Meanwhile, Catalan manager Quique Setien eyes for a replacement in the transfer market.