From the Back Pages, April 21: Liverpool go five points clear of Chelsea at top of Premier League

From the back pages
From the back pages

Norwich 2 Liverpool 3 match report: Liverpool go five points clear of Chelsea at top of Premier League table on day Luis Suarez hits goal number 30. (The Independent)

LUIS SUAREZ admits reaching 30 Premier League goals is an important milestone for himself - but remains solely focused on Liverpool’s next game against Chelsea. (The Express)

Jamie Carragher accused David Moyes of presiding over the worst Manchester United side for a generation after another abject defeat. Losing at Moyes’ old club Everton means United cannot claim fourth spot and will miss out on the Champions League for the first time in 19 years. Moyes was savaged by former Liverpool defender Carragher, now an analyst for Sky. (The Mirror)

The worst thing for David Moyes in watching his Manchester United players surrender at Goodison Park was that they would have known how much he wanted to win this game. Perhaps that is why they did so little to deliver for a manager who the majority of them clearly no longer have the stomach or desire to play for. (The Telegraph)

Chelsea midfielder Ramires will find on Tuesday if he will face retrospective action and a potential three-match ban for his slap on Sebastian Larsson. (Daily Mail)

Alastair Cook hopes to create a new partnership with England’s restored coach Peter Moores that can be as effective for England as Michael Clarke and Darren Lehmann have been for Australia, and has knocked back suggestions that Andy Flower will remain the power behind the throne. (The Guardian)

A cruise in the park – it was no more than that for Lewis Hamilton as he drove to a hat-trick of grand prix victories in Shanghai. (The Times)