Luis Suarez scores FOUR and creates the other as LFC beat Norwich 5-1

Premier League
Wednesday 04 December 2013 - 7:45 pm
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Luis Suarez scored a sensational hat-trick within 20 minutes of the first half before adding another goal to complete a rout over Norwich City.

Suarez celebrates on his Anfield return

On the way to his four goals Luis Suarez completed his third hat-trick against Norwich City in his short time at Liverpool - becoming the first Liverpool player to score 3 hat-tricks against the same club in the League.

Watch all four of Suarez' goals

Suarez now has 11 goals against the Canaries in his short time at the club.

Toure, Lucas and Moses were all dropped from the team that lost at Hull at the weekend.

In came Agger, Allen and Coutinho.

However, unlike at the weekend, the Uruguayanlooked in the mood from the first whistle.

Although Norwich had the better chances of the opening, in the 15th minute when the ball fell at Luis Suarez' feet 40 yards out there is always danger.

He unleashed a dipping shot that will set the standard for potential goals of the season.

Moments later Coutinho delivered a great corner and Suarez reacted quickly to fire in to the net.

20 minutes after his opening goal Luis Suarez completed the hat-trick in front of the Kop when he shook off the attention of 3 Norwich defenders to fire in to the corner of the goal.

Chances were a little bit scarcer for Suarez in the second half, but with 15 minutes remaining the reds were awarded a free kick.

Suarez collected the ball before Gerrard could get to it and he unleashed the perfect curling free kick - beating the wall and outfoxing the keeper.

Disappointingly Liverpool conceded late on when poor defending allowed a cross to be headed in by Bradley Johnson.

There was still time for the reds to grab another though, and the outside of Luis Suarez's boot allowed Raheem Sterling to get his name on the scoresheet.

In injury time Suarez was substituted to a standing ovation - and well deserved too.  An awesome display from one of the World's greatest players.  Brendan Rodgers failed to register a smile all evening - but Liverpool fans will be smiling all the way to the weekend when the reds return to Anfield to face West Ham.