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Karine Grigoryan

04-09-2019 | 19:37 Football

Luis Suarez opens up on the Champions League defeat to Liverpool

Barcelona suffered an embarrassing defeat from Liverpool in last year's Champions League as the La Liga side blew the 3-0 lead and by losing 4-0 was out of the tournament. The Catalan's midfielder Luis Suarez has revealed that he went through "weeks" of suffering alongside Barcelona team-mates and did not want to leave the house after their shock Champions League defeat. "It was days, weeks, that we who loved to take the kids to school, football, activities, we suffered ... I did not want to leave from home after losing," Suarez told Fox Sports Radio in Argentina. "It was very complicated. I really had a bad time, like most of my team-mates. We had already learned the previous year that we could have such a 3-0 result in our favour, but football has that. "We knew how Anfield was going to be and how tight the stadium was, I told the teammates and everything.  It is not necessary to take away merits from Liverpool , which pushed the fans. "In five minutes they had two situations, at 15 minutes they already won and that enters you, it generates a nervousness. Then you see that a teammate loses the ball, another loses two more balls, and that leads you to an awkward situation until in the second half it goes out as it came out. "The Champions League has that, if you go out 30 seconds relaxed, they pass you by. At the group, institutional level and as a human being this kind of defeat is suffered." via Mirror.

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