From the Back Pages, March 30: Luis Suarez hints at sensational Liverpool RETURN

From the back pages
From the back pages

LUIS SUAREZ has raised the possibility of returning to England in the future and said the only team he would play for is Liverpool. (The Express)

An emotional Michael Clarke dedicated Australia’s World Cup triumph to the late Phillip Hughes as he bowed out of one-day international cricket with his best innings of the tournament. (The Times)

Sebastian Vettel wins the Malaysia Grand Prix 2015: Ferrari driver takes victory as he beats Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg. (The Independent)

Manchester United’s No 1 transfer target Mats Hummels has left the door open to a move to Old Trafford though admits he is still undecided about his future. (Daily Mail)

Mercifully, there are two people who can look back on this fixture with fondness. Lee Casciaro, a policeman who plays part-time football for Lincoln Red Imps, scored Gibraltar’s maiden goal since their admission by Uefa into qualifying processes such as this. Later, Steven Fletcher was to make his own little piece of history by becoming the first Scotland player in 46 years to claim an international hat-trick. Thankfully for Fletcher, the standing of such records does not depend on the quality of the opposition. Here, Gibraltar did little to prove their worth. From five Group D matches, this tiny territory has now shipped 27 goals in proving the epitome of cannon fodder. (The Guardian)

Arsene Wenger is plotting a sensational summer move for Raheem Sterling. Arsenal boss Wenger is a huge admirer of the Liverpool star – and is ready to try and take advantage of his on-going contract stand-off at Anfield. (The Mirror)

Brazil continue down road to recovery with 1-0 victory. Hoffenheim forward comes off the bench at the Emirates to score second-half winner against Chile. (The Telegraph)