Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard has said that Luis Suarez is comparable to a machine because he simply things about doing his job and nothing more. The Uruguay striker scored a stunning freekick against Everton on Saturday to put his team in front. Even though Everton equalised the later and the match finished as exciting 3-3 draw, one of the best goals in the match was scored by Suarez. This was also his third consecutive occasion to scoring the Merseyside derby, which is making him a legend in these parts.

He managed to score the freekick despite having the wall in front of goal. He managed to bend the ball in such a way that it went around the wall. Gerrard has revealed that Suarez never thought about the way in which he scored his goal. Instead, he was just thinking that he could have done well in another chance he got during the match. This mentality is largely responsible for getting the player to score the incredible number of goals that he seems to do with ease. Suarez is currently top of the Premier league goal scoring charts (tied with Sergio Aguero and his teammate Daniel Sturridge).

“Luis is a machine. He’s right up there with the best in the world. Luis is the type of player who won’t be thinking about his free-kick after the game, he’ll be thinking about the header he missed. That’s why he’s so good. He’ll be desperate to get back out and make amends for that. That’s what the best players do, they don’t get big-headed over the good things they do but analyse the mistakes,” said Gerrard, who provided the cross for Sturridge to equalise in the 89th minute.

The draw, though, meant that Liverpool have dropped two points in the race for the Premier league title.