Luis Suarez eerily predicted his World Cup qualifying heroics in NOVEMBER as he breaks Lionel Messi goals record



Posted Thursday, March 31, 2022 by Thesun.co.uk

LUIS SUAREZ spookily predicted his World Cup qualifying brilliance all the way back in NOVEMBER.

The former Liverpool and Barcelona forward scored the opening goal in Uruguay's crucial 2-0 win over Chile on Tuesday - netting a beautiful overhead kick.

Luis Suarez eerily predicted his World Cup qualifying heroics in NOVEMBER as he breaks Lionel Messi goals record
Suarez scored a sensational overhead kick against ChileCredit: Reuters

Luis Suarez eerily predicted his World Cup qualifying heroics in NOVEMBER as he breaks Lionel Messi goals record
Suarez's message back in November read "We are entering the SUAREZ ZONE"Credit: Not known, clear with picture desk

Federico Valverde also struck late on to secure Uruguay's place in Qatar in the final round of fixtures.

And Suarez's goal broke a record held by Lionel Messi as he became the all-time top scorer in South American World Cup qualifiers.

He has now netted 29 times in CONMEBOL qualifying, leapfrogging Messi's tally of 28.

And his recent impressive form - three goals in four games for Uruguay - was something Suarez remarkably said would happen months ago.

After they successfully qualified for the World Cup, Suarez's agent Martin Rodriguez shared a screenshot of a message from the player back on November 18 - when Uruguay were SEVENTH in the South American table.

And it read: "We are entering SUAREZ ZONE."

Rodriguez replied with laughing emojis before adding: "After we qualify, I will make them viral."

Just four months later, Uruguay have finished third and are heading to the finals alongside Brazil, Argentina and Ecuador.

Suarez reached the semi-finals of the World Cup with Uruguay 12 years ago in South Africa, before they were beaten by Holland.

They were then eliminated in the last 16 of the 2014 tournament by Colombia.

And four years ago in Russia they came unstuck in the quarter-finals against eventual winners France.



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