Luis Suarez has said he would be happy to sacrifice personal glory if it meant Liverpool qualified for the UEFA Champions League.
While admitting Luis Suarez was "sensational", Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers says their tilt at the Premier League title is down to the squad, rather than just the top-scoring Uruguayan.
Andre Schurrle's hat-trick saw Chelsea stretch their lead in the Premier League, Liverpool won away at Southampton, while Newcastle United manager Alan Pardew was sent off for headbutting an opposition player.
Featuring Roy Keane on the English Premier League, Diego Costa on his battle with Sergio Ramos, Omar De Felippe on life as a soldier and Jurgen Klopp on the prospect of coaching Germany.
Carlos Tevez's derby heroics feature alongside goalscoring feats from Daniel Sturridge and Marcin Robak, a sensational strike by Hakan Calhanoglu and the end of runs in Portugal and Scotland.
Liverpool have only had two clean sheets in their last 11 matches and critics have been targeting defensive vulnerabilities, but centre-back Kolo Toure is adamant now is not the time to panic at Anfield.