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Don't say goal, let's say Suárez

In front of the problems, the Uruguayan has become the great rescuer

Don't say goal, let's say Suárez
Don't say goal, let's say Suárez

In front of the problems, the Uruguayan has become the great rescuer

Luis Suárez

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On his first season in FC Barcelona, Luis Suárez ended scoring 25 goals despite having missed two first months and needing a normal period of adaptation. Until December, he had only scored 3 goals in 11 matches. But starting January, Suárez increased level and scored 23 more goals in 32 matches. This really helped Barcelona win the treble.

The beginning of 2015/16 season is being really difficult regarding injuries and with the ban to sign new players. Pedro and Xavi have left, Rafinha and Messi are injured and Aleix Vidal and Arda Turan can't play. With this panorama, Luis Suárez has become the great rescuer and scorer, being key in many matches.

He is the top scorer of the team together with Messi

Barcelona's number 9 has scored 6 goals in 10 matches and has been providential in many situations. He scored one of the 5 goals in the UEFA Super Cup, the only goal in the first Liga match against Athletic Club and the only vs Roma as well. He was the author of the two goals against Las Palmas in a difficult game for Messi's absence. And he was also relevant versus Leverkusen scoring the first goal of the comeback.

Apart from scoring, Suárez has also been good in assists, like the one to Messi at Calderón. The Uruguayan always participates in the collective game, pressing the opponent. Luis Enrique really likes it. He also knows that from now on, Camp Nou will sing: "Don't say goal, let's say Suárez."