FC Barcelona's Uruguayan striker Luis Suárez produced a masterclass, as the Catalan giants hit Celta Vigo for six at the Camp Nou back in 2016. Suárez gave Barça the lead when he finished first time from Leo Messi's scooped pass. He poked home his second following lovely footwork from Neymar, before completing his hat-trick by tapping home a spot-kick.
The first El Clásico of the 2018-19 campaign will captivate fans around the globe. FC Barcelona and Real Madrid go head-to-head on Matchday 10 of the LaLiga season. Barcelona striker Luis Suarez looks back on his experiences of the fixture.
Luis Suárez, 31, is one of the most intelligent and unpredictable strikers the world has ever seen. A defender's nightmare, Suarez has scored more than 100 LaLiga goals in his time at FC Barcelona. Suárez is not only known for the goals he scores, as he regularly provides assists with his creativity.
Watch Leo Messi put a hat-trick on a plate for team mate Luis Suárez from the penalty spot. This routine was reminiscent of the Robert Pires-Thierry Henry spot-kick for Arsenal back in 2005 - except this time it worked! The move not only shocked the crowd, but the rest of the Barça players too.
FC Barcelona's lethal Uruguayan Luis Suaréz, has netted 110 league goals in a Blaugrana shirt, with many spectacular and sublime strikes, since the 31-year-old joined Barça in 2014. Check out the best of his goals!
Follow the Dugout cameras behind the scenes of FC Barcelona's trip to Celta Vigo last night. The Blaugranas rested key players such as Leo Messi and Luis Suarez ahead of the team's Copa Del Rey final this weekend, but fought hard to get a point to further the gap at the top of La Liga.
FC Barcelona had a little experiment in training last week with some of the latest goal line technology. See for yourself whether Leo Messi, Luis Suarez and and the Blaugrana's other stars could beat the camera!
The Dugout cameras were pitch side at a recent FC Barcelona training session, check out just how lethal the Blaugranas are in front of goal, and how intense even a training match can get with the likes of Messi, Suarez and Coutinho battling each other!