Uruguayan takes to Twitter to reveal his frustration with Sunday’s result, and calls on his fellow Reds to work hard to ensure club bounces back quickly from hammering
“It is not easy to lose like we lost [against Spurs],” the Uruguayan posted on Twitter. “But we have to work hard to improve. I trust my team partners, come on!”
The Merseyside giants were comprehensively outplayed at White Hart Lane and undermined their own efforts to gain a foothold through indiscipline, with Charlie Adam and Martin Skrtel both given their marching orders for two bookable offences.
The result condemned Liverpool to its second defeat in as many games after a 1-0 loss to Stoke last weekend and saw it slip to eighth in the Premier League.
With a League Cup tie against Brighton to come on Wednesday followed by Wolves at home in the Premier League next Saturday, Kenny Dalglish’s men have the perfect opportunity to bounce back from recent setbacks, and Suarez is keen to ensure it does.