Liverpool’s 4-0 victory over Barcelona in the Champions League is something which will mark the Catalan club for a long time, probably until they go on to win Europe’s top club competition again.

With a 3-0 victory at home, it was assumed they were through, only something unthinkable could change things. Well, Anfield saw one of its most magical nights, and Jurgen Klopp’s men got the four goals they needed to progress to the final.

They were victorious against Tottenham in Madrid, and Barcelona’s stars could only watch the celebrations splashed all over the world’s media.

Lionel Messi has already spoken about how hard it hit him, and now it’s Luis Suarez’s turn.

The former Liverpool favourite has been speaking to Argentina’s Fox Sports, and his comments have been picked up by Marca, who quote the Uruguayan as saying: “After the elimination in the Champions League, I wanted to disappear from the world, they were the worst days of my life and my career, along with the 2014 World Cup. I didn’t even want to take my children to school because everyone could see that it was wrong. There were days when I did not want to do anything.”

Reds followers will likely have little sympathy.

Suarez is now getting ready for the Copa America, and will believe his country have a reasonable chance of winning. They need to be careful not to get complacent with leads, though.