The Liverpool striker's impressive and unrivalled haul of 30 goals and 12 assists so far this season saw him recognised by his peers on Sunday, but is he the right winner?
Liverpool forward Luis Suarez was crowned the PFA Player of the Year on Sunday night, rewarded for a Premier League season of outstanding goalscoring.
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Brendan Rodgers's side let the fate of the title race slip from their hands on Sunday as they were beaten 2-0 by Chelsea, opening the door for Manchester City.
With Manuel Pellegrini's men the new favourites to lift the trophy, should Yaya Toure, who finished third in the voting, have taken the prize?
Chelsea forward Eden Hazard was the runner-up, as well as winning the PFA's Young Player of the Year award, but should it have been a double for the Belgian?
Suarez has long been a controversial figure, having missed the start of this season due to a suspension for biting Branislav Ivanovic last term, as well as the incident which saw him punished for racially abusing Patrice Evra in 2011. Some might have concerns about whether the PFA should recognise such a player.
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