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Liverpool striker Luis Suarez was the subject of high praise from manager Brendan Rodgers after netting four goals in a 5-1 demolition of Norwich at Anfield on Wednesday night.
Suarez has been in scintillating form since returning to the Liverpool ranks this season and, after struggling to get going in the 3-1 defeat to Hull at the KC Stadium on Sunday, he was unstoppable against the Canaries.
The Uruguay international has enjoyed his outings against Norwich over the past couple of seasons, netting 11 times in the last four meetings between the two sides.
The 26-year-old has also become the first player to score three hat-tricks against one club as he continues to display world-class performances.
Rodgers went as far to say his is one of the best on the planet but believes that we are yet to see the best as he continues to work hard in training to fine tune every part of his game.
The former Ajax man has jumped to the top of the scoring charts in the Premier League with 13 goals in nine games.
Rodgers said: “I always like to talk about the team but I think you’ve got to hold Luis up as one of the best strikers in the world. It was an incredible performance.
“It was sheer brilliance, it was a joy for me to watch the team, I thought technically we were very good but to witness that, it was a remarkable individual performance.
“You look at Luis, he’s only 26 and I really think he’ll make improvements to his game over the coming years.”