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TV audio caught Liverpool fans taunting their Norwich City counterparts with Luis Suarez chants during their Carabao Cup clash on Tuesday. Liverpool were 2-0 up in the second half at Carrow Road when tributes to Suarez, who commonly terrorised Norwich during his time in England, roared from the away end.
Suarez spent four seasons at Liverpool from 2010 to 2014, scoring 72 goals in 116 appearances.
The 34-year-old’s prolific goalscoring prowess quickly made him a fan favourite on the Anfield terraces, leading to supporters creating his own chant.
To the tune of Depeche Mode’s ‘Just Can’t Get Enough’, it goes: “His name is Suarez, and he wears the famous red, I just can’t get enough, I just can’t get enough.
“When he scores a volley or when he scores a head, I just can’t get enough, I just can’t get enough.
“He scores a goal, and The Kop go wild, and I just can’t seem to get enough, Suarez! Dadadadadadadada Luis Suarez!”
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Liverpool cruised past Norwich to reach to Carabao Cup fourth round on Tuesday, beating the Premier League strugglers 3-0.
The Suarez chants will have been a direct dig, given the Uruguayan’s tendency to score against the Canaries.
He scored a stunning 12 goals in just six appearances against Norwich, including three hat-tricks, two of them before the Carrow Road crowd.
Suarez has only scored more career goals against Valencia, netting 13 in 15 games against the Spanish outfit.
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