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Suarez: Title win would be unbelievable

Liverpool striker Luis Suarez says the rise of his team is unbelievable as they close in on their first title of the Premier League era.

Luis Suarez says Liverpool's squad should not be good enough to win the Premier League title, and the players have been surprised by their table-topping form.

Luis Suarez celebrates Liverpool's second goal as they took a giant stride towards the title at Norwich.
Luis Suarez scored at Norwich to edge Liverpool closer to the Premier League title.

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The Uruguay international has scored 30 goals in a stunning personal campaign as Brendan Rodgers' side close in on a first league title since 1990 after 11 successive victories.

"It [winning the Premier League] would be something that no one would believe," The Guardian reports Suarez as telling Perform.

"We have good players but if you look at the complete roster, we don't have [players] to be up there. The truth is that we are surprised ourselves at how well we're playing."

Liverpool are five points clear at the top of the Premier League with three games remaining.

They face second-placed Chelsea at Anfield on Sunday and, with Daniel Sturridge nearing recovery from a hamstring injury and Jose Mourinho threatening to field a weakened team, their chances of pulling even further away from one of their title rivals are strong.

Suarez claims it would be an "incredible" achievement to claim the crown given the transfer spending of other clubs. Liverpool have spent 48 million pounds since last summer strengthening their squad, but that outlay is dwarfed by the 106 million pounds paid out by Chelsea and Manchester City's 87 million pounds.

"We have good players who are demonstrating why they are in Liverpool and it would be something amazing even to England because of the investment made by Chelsea, [Manchester] City and Arsenal," he continued.

"Even Tottenham have spent over 100 million pounds and we, with so little investment, are in that position. It would be incredible."


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