Although Liverpool overcame Cardiff City 6-3, some of the spotlight was pointed at Raheem Sterling and Luis Suarez in the build up to The Red’s sixth goal.

The goal, which marked Suarez’s hat-trick, was well placed into the corner, but Sterling was calling it for a simple tap in.

Both Suarez and Sterling were through on goal with only the keeper to beat and instead of going for the simple tap in, Suarez took it all by himself, leaving his teammate out of the play.

When the goal went in, instead of celebrating with his team, Sterling seemed to look even more dissapointed than his opponents defence…

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