The Liverpool man shares his delight in being the match-winner against England.
Uruguay striker Luis Suarez says that his two goals that have left England on the brink of elimination from the World Cup was sweet revenge for the criticism he has received in his time playing in the Premier League.
After the 2-1 win in Sao Paulo, the Liverpool striker, who played in his first game since having a knee operation three weeks ago, told of his delight in beating England.
“I dreamt this. I’m enjoying this moment, because of all I suffered, the criticism I received. So, there you go,” Suarez said after the win in Sao Paulo.
Suarez added: “Before the game too many people in England laughed about my attitude over the last few years. This is a very good time for me. I want to see what they think now.
“It was one of the best games I’ve played. It’s an amazing moment for me. Maybe a few days ago I thought this wouldn’t be possible.”
Uruguay coach Oscar Tabarez described the match as a script straight from Hollywood.
“If this was a movie, people probably couldn’t have wished for a better storyline, at least in Uruguay,” he said.
“We have won. We have beaten a European team after a long, long time. Many people said we wouldn’t be able to do so.
“It’s a special day. Both goals were scored by Luis Suarez, a player who was injured a month ago and had to undergo surgery, so this game was loaded with symbolism.
“But we can still fight. We’re still alive. But we have not qualified yet for the next phase.”
The win means Uruguay keep its World Cup hopes alive after a shock 3-1 loss to Costa Rica in its opening game, and now face Italy next Tuesday.
England on the other hand must hope Italy defeats Costa Rica on Friday and also claims three points against Uruguay to have any hope in progressing from the group stage.