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Snapshot: Luis Suarez Bends In Beautiful Freekick Against Zenit (With Bonus GIF)

By Chris Wright

Sadly it wasn’t to be for Liverpool in the Europa League tonight, despite it looking as if a classic Anfield second-leg comeback was shaping up, there was no “GGGGEEEEEERRRRRRRRRAAAAAAARRRRDDDD!!!” finish against Zenit.

Liverpool bossed the second leg with a tidy 3-1 win but the Russian’s were able to hold onto their 2-0 first-leg advantage to go through on away goals, despite it looking fairly hairy for them throughout the last half-an-hour or so.

A little postcard ‘Pool fans will be able to take away, however, was a gloriously struck Luis Suarez freekick – the second of a brace of set-pieces tucked away by the Uruguayan – which was slung swinging a foot or so outside the post, only to bend back sweetly inside the upright with laser-guided accuracy…

Here’s the obligatory GIF, courtesy of Mock Session

Sweet Mama Pyjama! When he’s good, he’s very good.

Having ran himself into the ground again, Suarez’s stance at the final whistle said it all…

That’s your lot for now. We’ll have more reaction, photos and highlights of tonight’s various Europa League games as and when.

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By Chris on February 21st, 2013 in Europa League, GIFs, Liverpool. 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.

4 Responses to “Snapshot: Luis Suarez Bends In Beautiful Freekick Against Zenit (With Bonus GIF)”

  1. GiveFootballBack says:

    He’ll cost a pretty penny WHEN he is sold.

  2. mILKCHEW says:

    Will be gone by next summer, sadly.

  3. Neil says:

    I don’t think so. He has suggested time and time again that he’s happy at Liverpool. It’s of course possible that Real Madrid will come in with a massive bid….but if LFC want to keep him, he’ll stay.

  4. Anfield says:

    He’s going nowhere. He’s a Red.

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