By ESPNSTAR.com staff
Suarez has been criticised for going down too easily on several occasions this season but chose to do otherwise on Sunday when he was through on goal late in the game with only Cech to beat, only to crash into the Blues' custodian and lose the chance to score.
Cech praised Suarez and believes that the actions of the Uruguay international should be pointed out in contrary to his reputation.
"We should give Suarez credit because when we had a one-versus-one, he didn't try to cheat and jump or dive, and that was a fair thing for him to do," Cech said in The Sun.
"We all know how dangerous he is in the box. He's a natural goalscorer, always in the right place to tap the ball in. It's a gift not everyone has.
"He is on fire this season in terms of scoring goals and, unfortunately, he had the chance to keep that run going on Sunday."
Suarez's equaliser in the second half came when he jostled Ramires out of the way to head home Carragher's flick-on from point blank range. Cech doesn't believe that the incident is worth discussing, especially when his side spurned excellent chances to extend their lead.
The 30-year-old added: "Suarez is a clever player and he did it in a moment when the referee and his assistant couldn't have seen it.
"I don't know how much of a push there was by Suarez but we should have been 3-0 up and we shouldn't be discussing the incident."