`Returning` Suarez vows to `do his best` to help Liverpool following Man U loss

London, Sept 26 (ANI): Returning Liverpool striker Luis Suarez has vowed to do his best to help his club and expressed his pleasure to be back on the field despite United beating Liverpool 1-0 in their Capital One Cup match.

The match was the Uruguayan international's first club game since being banned for ten matches for biting Chelsea's Branislav Ivanovic in April.

According to the Mirror, Suarez had claimed last month that Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers and the club had reneged on a deal to allow him to leave for a side in the Champions League in the wake of a 40,000,001 pound-deal from Arsenal.

However, Suarez now appeared committed to helping his side out in the future, atleast this season, by saying that even if he is disappointed at the loss, he is feeling good as he and his teammates played well and created chances, adding that he is happy that he is back on the field to help Liverpool do their best.

Stating that the game was very close, Rodgers said that he felt that Suarez showed an excellent form on the field, adding that he is a fighter and his determination is high. (ANI)


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