Norwich City 2, Liverpool 5 - what the nationals said
The national newspapers' views on Norwich City's 5-2 defeat at home to Liverpool.
Sunday Mirror: 'Brendan Rodgers hailed a Luis Suarez masterclass as Liverpool made a mockery of their awful start to the season with their first league win.'
Mail on Sunday: 'The game ended as a contest two minutes into the second half as the respective fortunes of both sides were summed up inside the space of a minute.'
The Observer: 'Norwich must hate the sight of Luis Suarez, but the feeling will certainly not be mutual. The Liverpool striker has scored more Premier League goals at Carrow Road in 2012 than at Anfield.'
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The Independent: 'This was a comprehensive and deserved win, and a demonstration of what Rodgers' Liverpool are meant to look like. The attacking football was fluid and confident.'
Sunday Telegraph: 'Although referee Mike Jones did little to alter the officials' image of giving Liverpool a hard time, Suarez certainly enhanced his own reputation.'