How Suarez how? How are on Earth are you so talented? Luis Suarez was the last Liverpool player to touch the ball every single time before Kuyt scored against United, even when Nani headed it back to Kuyt, Suarez was the one who sent the ball in. Let’s just talk about that first goal for a little bit. Suarez takes possession just inside the box on the left side. With two defenders rapidly approaching, he splits them with the ball, dribbles to the left of another approaching before dribbling through another defender, after evading Van Der Sar’s attempt for the ball (and getting some help from Evra) sending the ball over to Kuyt for the simplest of tap-ins. The second goal, well we must thank Nani for. Suarez has the ball outside the box on the right side, swings it in, and the rest is history. And that third goal? Yes, Suarez was there again. Lining up for what was to be a magnificent free kick, Suarez knew what he wanted and went for goal. He curled the ball up and around the wall, leaving Van Der Sar in an awkward spot for a save and he spilt it to Kuyt, who no question was always in the right place at the right time. Man of the match? Luis Suarez without a doubt. I am extremely excited for this player’s future with the club, and his partnership with Andy Carroll. Suarez brought us great joy on Sunday, and I’m sure it won’t be the last time.