& # 39; Those were the worst moments of my life & # 39 ;: Luis Suarez admits Barcelona thought they had defeated Liverpool ONLY in the Champions League semifinals before going to Anfield and the defeat was low
- Luis Suarez talked about the impact that the Liverpool victory had on him
- The side of Jurgen Klopp pulled a miraculous 4-0 comeback off Anfield
- Suarez admits that after the shocking loss he & # 39; wanted to disappear from the world & # 39;
- The former Liverpool icon says he didn't even want to take his children to school
Luis Suarez has opened up to the torment that his former club Liverpool imposed on himself and his teammates in Barcelona during the incredible Semi-Final reversal of the Champions League.
Jurgen Klopp & # 39; s side pulled off the most impossible comebacks to win 4-0 at Anfield and bridge a three-goal deficit to advance to the Madrid final where they would win their sixth European cup.
Suarez carved an isolated figure on the famous turf that he grace weekly and remained speechless as a result. Now the Uruguayan has revealed the psychological pain that caused the defeat.
Luis Suarez has opened himself up to the affliction that his former club Liverpool inflicted on Anfield
Lionel Messi and Co were shocked when Liverpool closed the most unlikely victory
& # 39; The days after Barcelona were the worst moments in my life and career, along with the 2014 World Cup, I wanted to disappear from the world & # 39 ;, Suarez said. Fox Sports.
& # 39; I didn't want to take my children to school, everyone could see that I was very bad, I had days when I didn't want to do anything, those were very difficult moments. & # 39;
Suarez went on to suggest that the players of Barca could not even think about the possibility of losing the game because of their prestigious position in European football.
& # 39; I didn't see it because we are Barcelona and we thought we had two or three chances to score, but we got nervous, we gave stupid surprises, we didn't show the right attitude.
Suarez endured a miserable evening and was not kindly welcomed on his return to Merseyside
After breaking the hearts of Barca, Liverpool went to Madrid and won the trophy for the sixth time
& # 39; When the first goal came, we didn't know how to respond, we knew we had really messed up.
& # 39; No one could say anything after the game in the dressing room, there was sadness, bitterness and disappointment because we knew we had given a terrible image, & # 39; he added.
Barca continued in disappointing style, despite successfully defending their La Liga title.
The Catalan giants made the final of the Copa Del Rey, but were defeated 2-0 by a brave Valencia side who claimed the silverware.
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