The Uruguayan star was No.7 in the 2014 Goal 50 after another year filled with goals and controversy - watch our exclusive documentary here!
ALL OF OUR COVERAGE FOR THE 2014 EDITION
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|GOAL 50: THE COMPLETE COUNTDOWN
|'FOOTBALL IS IN MY BLOOD' - RONALDO|
|WHICH LEAGUE DID BEST IN 2014'S GOAL 50|
|OWEN: RONALDO THE COMPLETE PLAYER|
|VIDEO: THE CRISTIANO RONALDO STORY
The 27-year-old scored 31 Premier League goals as the Reds came so close to ending their title-winning drought. At the World Cup, his lethal double defeated England before his tournament ended through suspension after the Chiellini affair.
Those performances saw Suarez named at No.7 in the 2014 Goal 50 award - the top-ranked player from England's top-flight last season.
Check out the video at the top of the page to watch Goal's exclusive documentary on Suarez, which includes contributions from Netherlands veteran Dirk Kuyt, former Liverpool stars Dietmar Hamann and Michael Owen, and the new Barcelona signing himself.
Click HERE to see the full list for the 2014 Goal 50
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