Sunday 30th March , 2014 7:09 pm
Luis Suarez scored his 29th to make Liverpool history as the title-chasing Reds went top of the Premier League table with a 4-0 win over Tottenham.
Tim Sherwood’s visitors didn’t look anywhere near up for the prospect of exacting sweet revenge on their hosts for the 5-0 pounding they suffered in December at White Hart Lane.
And defensive errors littered their performance, with Liverpool’s very first attack of the match culminating in a Younes Kaboul own goal after one minute and 38 seconds.
Suarez doubled the advantage on 25 minutes, preying on confusion amongst the Spurs back line after Jan Vertonghen was forcibly replaced by Michael Dawson to become the highest-scoring Liverpool player in a single league season.
By Gary Al-Smith/Citifmonline.com