While it didn't end in a Premier League title, Liverpool's 2013-2014 season will go down as one of the most memorable in recent history. As a team they played some of their most attractive and effective football in years, and on an individual level there were a number of impressive campaigns. Daniel Sturridge bookended his season with goals while scoring 19 in between, Raheem Sterling had a breakout second half, Jordan Henderson finally found his niche in the midfield, and Steven Gerrard reinvented himself deeper in midfield while reestablishing his set-piece delivery as among the game's best.
And Luis Suarez scored 31 league goals, tying the all-time Premier League record for a 38-match season and running away with nearly every possible award at an individual level as he led from the front. In his least tumultuous season since arriving, Suarez was at his best, scoring in every way imaginable and helping Liverpool back into the Champions League for the first time since the 2009-2010 season.
It's Sunday. You probably have ten minutes to kill.
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