The Uruguayan international spent three and a half years with the Reds, scoring goals for fun and lighting up Anfield with a number of wonderful performances.
During the 2013-14 campaign, he topped the Premier League’s scoring charts with 31 goals and finally earned his big-money move to Barcelona.
A slow start to his Nou Camp career ensued, but following his return from that lengthy biting ban he proved exactly why Barca were willing to splash the cash for his services.
Suarez, Argentine superstar Lionel Messi and Brazilian favourite Neymar, have scored a combined 122 goals in all competitions this season – a remarkable record which could last a lifetime.
A Spanish double of La Liga and the Copa del Rey was completed last month, but the trophy Suarez was really aiming for arrived on Saturday with the 28-year-old playing a major role.
With the game tied at 1-1, the former Reds hero broke Serie A champions Juventus’ hearts with a close-range finish before Neymar on the break made sure of the result with the last kick of the game.
It was something Suarez admits he has dreamed about all his life, and here is how the Liverpool supporters responded to his glorious moment on Twitter:
3 trophies for Suarez since he left. Fully deserved for one of the greatest. We were honoured to see him in red for a few seasons. #LFC— Helen (@Helen_LFC) June 7, 2015
Seeing Suarez win the CL on his first season away from #LFC is depressing, we're a million light years away from ever winning it again.— lee (@LeeS_LFC) June 6, 2015
Barcelona paid £75M for Suarez & he's helped them win the treble. Just shows keeping your best players outweighs money #LFC— Ash_LFC (@zodman100) June 6, 2015
I think Luis Suarez made the right call begging and imploring to leave his #LFC hell.— John Merro (@johnmerro1) June 6, 2015
I wonder why Suarez wanted to leave #LFC He'll only win a treble in first season scoring 25+ goals. He could've played with Lambert!— Mario Aquilina (@mario_aquilina) June 6, 2015
Luis Suárez, A Phenomenal little player, miss him so much in our red shirt #LFC— Anfield Europe (@AnfieldEurope) June 6, 2015
Suarez still makes me cry best player I've ever seen at anfield not arsed what anyone says #LFC— Paul LFC Foreman (@redsmicer) June 6, 2015