The Uruguayan faces Manchester United, under scrutiny but with the backing of his coach, who calls him ‘priceless’
Luis Suárez succeeded where everyone else failed. There were five minutes remaining against Atlético Madrid on Saturday night and it was still 0-0 when he received the ball, shifted his weight and bent it in a wide, fast arc beyond the goalkeeper in off the far post. It was the 31st shot Jan Oblak had faced from outside the area this season and the first to beat him; on a night in which the Slovenian had seemed unbeatable, it was also the goal that effectively secured the league for Barcelona, Suárez’s fourth in five years at the Camp Nou.
Off he went, waving his shirt, disappearing under a pile of bodies which eventually dispersed, leaving him lying there taking it all in, body spread in a star shape, shirt in his hand. “It’s one of the most important goals I’ve scored for Barcelona,” he said.
Source: Football News
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