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14-06-2019 | 22:09 Football

Luis Suarez makes admission over Liverpool's comeback against Barcelona

Barcelona striker Luis Suarez has spoken out on his condition after the defeat at Anfield Road in Champions League semi-finals. Uruguay international, who's currently preparing for Copa America 2019, scored one of the goals during the first leg to help Catalan side beat Liverpool 3-0 at Camp Nou Stadium. Barcelona were almost in the final match, as Merseyside club was without Mohamed Salah and Roberto Firmino. But Jurgen Klopp found a way to shock Lionel Messi and co. Divock Origi and Gini Wijnaldum scored twice each to seal one of the most incredible victories in the history of the league. Suarez said that the following days after the defeat were the worst of his life and he wanted to disappear from the world. He didn't want to take children to school, and he didn't want to see people, because he felt so bad. Former Liverpool striker had his chances missed at Anfield Road and he added that they became nervous because of missing those chances and they didn't show the right attitude. "We didn't know how to react after the first goal. We were really messed up. After the match no-one speak anything in the dressing room, there was a sadness and disappointment" Suarez added. Liverpool eventually won the title after beating Tottenham 2-0 at Wanda Metropolitano Stadium due to Mohamed Salah and Divock Origi goals. Image/Getty/Evening Standard Source - Fox Sports

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