Atletico star Suarez’s furious reaction spotted – Liverpool fans boo former hero

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Former Liverpool star Luis Suarez was spotted raging in the Champions League on Wednesday evening as his old side comfortably dispatched Atletico Madrid by two goals to nil.

Back on familiar soil, Suarez was hoping to reignite the La Liga giant's European dream after a 3-2 defeat in the reverse fixture just a few weeks ago.

But the 34-year-old was left fuming after Jurgen Klopp's side raced out of the blocks with goals from Diogo Jota and Sadio Mane giving them a comfortable two-goal cushion after 21 minutes.

After conceding the second goal, Suarez was caught by BT Sport cameras in a verbal exchange with centre-back Felipe.

The Uruguayan vented his frustration at the defender for allowing Mane to ghost in unnoticed and convert a Trent Alexander-Arnold cross.

It was a miserable night all round for Suarez who was constantly booed and jeered by the Liverpool faithful.

The former Barcelona forward was booked for dissent following Felipe's red card before having a goal chalked off after a VAR review.

Suarez was then substituted moments later, to the jubilation of those who used to chant his name, with Hector Herrera coming on as his replacement.

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The result sees Liverpool qualify for the knockout stages of the Champions League as Group winners.

The Reds have picked up maximum points from their opening four games and sit seven points clear of second-placed Porto who are unable to catch Jurgen Klopp's side.

The German gaffer could now look to rest his star players for the remaining Group B matches with Liverpool having a torrid run of fixtures over the winter period.

The Reds face nine matches just 27 days in December due to commitments in the Premier League, Champions League and Carabao Cup.

  • Champions League
  • Jurgen Klopp
  • Sadio Mane
  • Liverpool FC

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