Former Liverpool striker Luis Suarez clearly hasn't lost his flair for the dramatic as a clip has emerged of him recently scoring an bicycle kick at his son's 10th birthday party.
Although only spending a brief three-and-a-half year spell at Anfield, the Uruguayan endeared himself to Reds supporters with masses of spectacular goals and unmatched technical ability.
Suarez's most spectacular season in the famous Liverpool jersey would turn out to be his last - 2013/14 - in which he missed the first five fixtures of the season serving a suspension, came back to play the remaining 33 and scored 31 goals in that time. This equalled the then-record for most goals scored in a 38-match campaign, albeit with less appearances than Alan Shearer or Cristiano Ronaldo.
Ultimately his career on Merseyside came to an end following another biting incident at the World Cup in Brazil, forcing through a move to Barcelona.
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Now 36 years old, the veteran forward plies his trade in the Brazilian Serie A with Gremio having amassed 755 career club appearances, scoring 461 and assisting 258 in the process.
During his spell in the Premier League he was most commonly seen terrorising Norwich City defenders, but now seems to have found a new foe to torment - 10-year-old children.
Suarez's son Benja - born in Barcelona 10 years ago despite signing for the Spanish club from Liverpool the following year - was celebrating his birthday this week and the family rented an indoor football pitch to celebrate.
The professional footballer just had to get involved, and securityRead on liverpoolecho.co.uk