Luis Suarez goals Vs Valencia: Watch Barcelona superstar Luiz Suarez scoring a brace against Valencia, as he returns from injury.
Barcelona had a smooth victory against Valencia, as the Catalan giants registered a 5-2 win against the visitors in the game-week 4 of La Liga.
Credits to early goals by Ansu Fati and Frenkie De Jong that Barcelona were able to register a massive lead against Los Ches. Later, Valencia tried to make a comeback after Kevin Gameiro scored in the 27th minute to make it 2-1.
However, Gerard Pique extended the lead to 3-1 in the second half. Further, Barcelona ended the game for Valencia, after Luis Suarez entered the pitch to make it 5-1 for Barcelona.
The Uruguayan International returned to Barcelona team after picking up a calf injury in the opening game-week of La Liga against Athletic Bilbao.
So, post-recovery, the 32-year-old striker returned to the field. In the first goal, Suarez picks up the ball just outside Valencia’s box, stops, feints to shoot for the far post and curls a cheeky shot at the near post instead. The goal resembled the famous goal scored by another Barcelona legend Ronaldinho against Chelsea in 2005.
Suarez dedicated his goal by crossing his hands to give a tribute to his ex-manager Luis Enrique’s daughter Xana, who passed away due to cancer this month.
Later, things were not over for Suarez, as the Uruguayan player extended the lead after Ivan Rakitic’s shot get blocked, to which the ball chips back in front of the goal one again, and Antonie Griezmann finds Suarez in space, and passes the ball to him. Thus, Suarez smashes the ball into the net.
Valencia finds a consolation goal, after Maximiliano Gomez scores the second goal in the dying minutes of the game to make the final score reach 5-2.