Unhappy Suarez remains the prime concern for Brendan Rodgers and Liverpool - originally posted on Soccerlens.comLiverpool maintained their impressive pre-season record so far by beating Melbourne victory 2-0 and in the process earned three victories in a row, without conceding a single goal.
In front of a sell-out crowd of 95,000 at the MCG, Liverpool entertained the Australian fans, as skipper Steven Gerrard found the net in the first half, while new signing Iago Aspas capped off a brilliant night by scoring right at the end of the match, with Luis Suarez being the provider.
Pre-season games are all about match-fitness. From that perspective, Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers should not have any complaints with how his the team shaped up today, but if there is anything to worry about – is the body language of Suarez, who not only looked unhappy but disinterested as well.
This is something of a worry for the Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers, whose plans will be more or less centre...