Football has been and will continue to be the most popular sport in the world and now people are also taking part in playing football through fantasy football sports. The sport continues to grow on both the national and international stages. The international intrigue is not reserved for the World Cup every four years, so the compounding interest has created a market for daily fantasy football leagues.
Yes, the secret is out, football still appeals to the masses as it rightly should. With the emergence of dream football, the benefactor is the fan. He can now take interest in a sport that has often been labelled uninteresting. So get your Luis Suárez jersey and check out what it takes to assemble your own Fantasy team. And know about your favourite footballer a bit.
Luis Suárez plays for FC Barcelona
Suárez has won 16trophies in his career. This includes five league titles and a UEFA Champions League title at club level. It also includes a Copa América with Uruguay. Perhaps the best striker in the world lately, Barcelona forward Luis Suárez has had a roller coaster ride in his career so far. Let us take a glance at nine of the most interesting facts about him.
The Uruguayan trimmed his iconic long hair as a token of respect. This is after getting the captaincy at Ajax from Thomas Vermaelen. Thomas Vermaelen afterwards joined the forward at Barcelona under Luis Enrique.
During his days in the Premier League, Luis Suárez scored a hat-trick or more every 18 games, formally making him the most regular hat-trick scorer in the English top flight, a feat which no one has ever got in the historic league.
Suárez is pet named as ‘El Pistolero’
His pet name means ‘The Gunfighter’, clearly demonstrating the Uruguayan’s goal-scoring ability and his brilliant brain for the football game. Following his terrific goal-scoring record for Liverpool, his skill has only enhanced during his time at Barcelona.
Prior to teaming up with fellow South Americans Lionel Messi and Neymar Jr. at FC Barcelona to form the MSN, frequently coined by numerous to be the deadliest attacking trio in football history, Luis Suárez has had an alarming record of joining pacts with attack-mates Daniel Sturridge (Liverpool) and Klaas-Jan Huntelaar (Ajax).
Luis Suárez has scored 43 goals for Uruguay so far, which makes him his nation’s highest goal-scorer in their history. Suárez has moved above such fruitful strikers such as Diego Forlan, Enzo Francescoli and Edinson Cavani, with his best years ahead of him, expect the striker to break all records for his nation.
Luis Suárez has protested against the ‘unjust’ ban he got after his wicked biting incident in the 2014 FIFA World Cup. The striker has mentioned several times that the penalty was ‘too harsh’ and ‘unjust’. He has chosen not to attend any FIFA Gala’s in future as well.
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