- Luis Suarez's 10th goal this season earns Liverpool a 1-1 draw with Newcastle
- Striker cancels out Yohan Cabaye's opener; also involved as Fabricio Coloccini sees red
- Napoli's Italian title hopes suffer setback after conceding late equalizer against Torino
- Bayer Leverkusen move up to fourth place in Germany despite having a player sent off
Luis Suarez may have been the villain of Liverpool's 2011-12 season, but the Uruguay striker is doing his best to make amends in another difficult start to this English Premier League campaign.
The fallout from Suarez's eight-match suspension for racially abusing Manchester United's Patrice Evra ultimately led to Liverpool legend Kenny Dalglish losing his job as manager in May.
His successor Brendan Rogers is under increasing pressure after the club's worst start to a season in more than a century, but Suarez's inspirational performance in Sunday's 1-1 draw with 10-man Newcastle helped prevent a fourth defeat in 10 EPL games.
His second-half equalizer -- a superb display of control for his 10th goal this season after chesting down a long pass and rounding the keeper -- lifted the 18-time English champions up to 12th in the table.
The confrontational Suarez is never far from the headlines, having been accused by several opposition managers of diving and going to ground too easily.
Such was his combative presence on Sunday that he lured visiting defender Fabricio Coloccini -- a fellow South American from neighboring Argentina -- into a rash challenge that earned a red card.