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Norwich 2-5 Liverpool – Hat-Trick Hero Suarez Crushes Canaries At Carrow Road (Photos & Highlights)

By Alan Duffy

Norwich City 2-5 Liverpool – Premier League – 29th September 2012

Luis Suarez came back to haunt Norwich on Saturday, netting his second hat-trick in two visits at Carrow Road. Overall, the Reds totally dominated against a feeble home side who look as though they may well struggle this season.

As well as banging in his three goals, Suarez also set up Nuri Sahin for his third goal in two games, while Steven Gerrard netted the fifth of his side’s five goal midway through the second-half.

Steve Morison and Sub Grant Holt nabbed a couple of consolation striks for the Canaries, but it was all they deserved from a dismal display. As for the Reds Liverpool, they finally registered their first league win of the season, while youngsters Suso and Andre Wisdom will have impressed manager Brendan Rodgers on their Premier League debuts.

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Photos: PA

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By Alan Duffy on September 29th, 2012 in Liverpool, Norwich City, Videos. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.
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3 Responses to “Norwich 2-5 Liverpool – Hat-Trick Hero Suarez Crushes Canaries At Carrow Road (Photos & Highlights)”

  1. [...] scored a hat-trick – his second in successive visits to Carrow Road – and set up another goal.Norwich 2-5 Liverpool – Hat-Trick Hero Suarez Crushes Canaries At Carrow Road …Who Ate All The PiesLiverpool's Brendan Rodgers praises "outstanding" win at [...]

  2. Jarren says:

    My wife is very pleased (being a Reds fan).

    To be honest, as a Man Utd fan, I am genuinely happy for them.

    They really do seem to be progressing under Rogers into a solid, flowing team. Played a very professional passing game today, made Norwich look decidedly poor.

    Even at half time I was expecting a 6-7 goal final score. Should have been, in all honesty.

    Still, Liverpool have got to tidy up in defence. They remind me at times of the worst aspects of Arsenal last season.

    It’ll be nice to see Liverpool end up in the top 5 at the end of the season.

    If only to keep ‘er indoors happy…

  3. Rossi says:

    You know what you are, You know what you aaaa-aa-a-are, Luis Suarez you’re a f’kin ledge!!

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