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Jamie Carragher tells Luis Suarez to expect frosty Liverpool reception

‘It won’t be the hero homecoming he will be hoping for’: Jamie Carragher warns Luis Suarez to expect a frosty reception on Anfield return after celebrating goal before rowing with Andy Robertson

  • Luis Suarez wound up Liverpool fans with his performance on Wednesday night
  • He celebrated his opening strike and clashed with Liverpool players throughout
  • Next Tuesday he returns to Anfield for the first time since leaving in 2014 

Luis Suarez should not expect a warm reception when he returns to Anfield next week, warns Jamie Carragher.

The Uruguayan wound up Liverpool fans by celebrating after opening the scoring for Barcelona against his former side on Wednesday night.

And he further antagonised his old supporters by clashing with Andy Robertson, Virgil van Dijk and Alisson during the first leg.

Luis Suarez wound up Liverpool fans by celebrating his goal for Barcelona on Wednesday

Suarez also antagonised supporters by clashing with Andy Robertson and Virgil van Dijk

Suarez also antagonised supporters by clashing with Andy Robertson and Virgil van Dijk

His old team-mate Carragher believes his antics could count against him when he returns to Merseyside on Tuesday for the first time since leaving five years ago. 

‘I don’t think it will be as warm as he would have hoped,’ Carragher told Viasport.

‘He was Luis Suarez. You love him when he is in your team and you hate him when he plays for the opposition.

‘It was the first time he was in the opposition and I don’t think Liverpool fans will have liked him. 

Jamie Carragher believes his former team-mate will get a less than warm reception at Anfield

Jamie Carragher believes his former team-mate will get a less than warm reception at Anfield

Suarez and Carragher shared a dressing room at Liverpool between 2011 and 2013

Suarez and Carragher shared a dressing room at Liverpool between 2011 and 2013

‘He plays on the edge, very street-wise. A great first goal for him but I don’t think it will be the hero homecoming he will be hoping for.’

Suarez achieved cult-like status during his four-and-half-year spell at Liverpool.

He scored 82 goals in 133 appearances and almost dragged them to the Premier League title in 2014. 

Suarez scored 82 goals in 133 appearances during a successful four-and-a-half-year spell

Suarez scored 82 goals in 133 appearances during a successful four-and-a-half-year spell

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