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Four for Luis Suárez: Deportivo 0-8 Barça

The Uruguayan has averaged three goals a game in his last six Liga outings for Barça. Absolutely phenomenal! The run began with that amazing game when he dazzled by not only banging in four goals but also providing three assists in the rout of the Galicians on their own turf. 

PHOTO: MIGUEL RUIZ - FCB

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Suárez leads another goal rush: Barça 6-0 Sporting

Not many players can say they have scored four goals in one Liga match. Only one can say he did it twice in a row. After getting what the Spanish call a ‘poker’ against Depor, he then did it again against the side from Gijón. Two from the field and two from the penalty spot moved him to the top of the pile in the Liga goalscoring charts with 34.

PHOTO: MIGUEL RUIZ - FCB

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More at Benito Villamarín: Betis 0-2 Barça

It was Rakitic who broke the deadlock in Seville, but Suárez also found the net in the last five minutes, collecting an assist from Messi and getting the better of the home keeper in the one-on-one. 

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A brace to bring title one step closer: Barça 5-0 Espanyol

Next up was the derby and yet another big win for Barça, including a couple from Suárez. His first came after Alves won the ball and then Messi played a through-ball that the Uruguayan made no mistake in converting. There was more to come when he beat Javi López to a Neymar Jr corner and headed home.

PHOTO: MIGUEL RUIZ - FCB

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Champion’s hat-trick: Granada 0-3 Barça

Barça would win the title with a 3-0 win at Granada. And a spectacular hat-trick from Luis Suárez helped make sure of that, and also confirmed his position as Pichichi (top scorer) in the league and also winner for the second time of the European Golden Shoe.

PHOTO: MIGUEL RUIZ - FCB

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Perfect start: Barça 6-2 Betis

Luis Suárez started the new season where he had left off – by scoring a hat-trick against an Andalusian team. This time Betis were the victims as Barça got off to a flying start in their title defence, with the Uruguayan scoring a particularly memorable free kick. That’s an awesome average of three a game in the last six matches. How much further can this incredible run continue?

PHOTOS: MIGUEL RUIZ - FCB

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