The Reds striker was given a less than welcome reception after his bite last week.
Liverpool striker Luis Suarez was booed not once, but twice, at the Professional Footballers Association (PFA) awards on Sunday.
The Uruguayan was shortlisted for the Player of the Year award, although the PFA had come under some criticism for not removing Suarez from the list.
Calls came for the Reds hit-man to be banished from the prestigious prize after he bit Chelsea defender Branislav Ivanovic during a Premier League match last week – an act that subsequently saw the 26-year-old banned for 10 matches.
The award ceremony was held at Mayfair’s Grosvenor Hotel in Central London and guests included a host of professional footballers – who vote for the award – and other important members of the football world.
As Suarez’s name was read out as one of the list of nominees the Uruguay international was booed by some areas of the audience.
In the end the award was given to Tottenham’s Gareth Bale, with the Welshman giving some impressive performances this season as Spurs make a bid for a Champions League place.
Bale beat Michael Carrick, Eden Hazard, Juan Mata and Robin Van Persie, as well as Suarez, to the award and adds it to his gong from 2011.
The 23-year-old also collected the Young Player of the Year award and became early the third footballer in history to do so; after Andy Gray and Cristiano Ronaldo.
Suarez meanwhile was the only Liverpool player included in the Team of the Year for the 23 Premier League goals he has scored this season.