The Liverpool striker broke down following his side’s 3-3 draw with the Eagles at Selhurst Park and the Stoke defender was quick to stick the boot in on Twitter
Stoke City defender Robert Huth joked that Luis Suarez should be banned for three matches for crying as Twitter reacted to Liverpool’s 3-3 draw with Crystal Palace.
The Reds, looking to put a significant dent in Manchester City’s goal difference, went on the offensive against the Eagles and led 3-0 heading into the final 12 minutes.
However, a Damien Delaney strike and a Dwight Gayle brace sealed a remarkable comeback for Tony Pulis’ side and prompted Suarez to break down as the Reds’ title hopes slipped away.
And Huth later stuck the boot in on Twitter, by jokingly calling on the FA to reprimand the Uruguay international.
The German centre-back wrote: “Still maintain that crying on the pitch should warrant a 3 match ban.”
Palace’s comeback means Manchester City will be crowned champions if they win their remaining Premier League games against Aston Villa and West Ham, and midfielder Samir Nasri declared his love for the Eagles at the final whistle.
He tweeted: “What a game, what a league, I love Crystal Palace so much now our turn to do the job.”
Meanwhile, Glen Johnson hit out at pundits who criticised Liverpool following their capitulation at Selhurst Park, claiming that there are “so many sofa pundits in this game.”
He added: “Absolutely no idea about football whatsoever! #Jokers.”