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Debut in the Santiago Bernabéu

Luis Suárez made his official debut for Barça on 25 October 2014 against Real Madrid in the Clásico at the Santiago Bernabéu. He returned after a suspension handed out from the World Cup the preceding summer and despite the 3-1 defeat, the blaugrana number ‘9’ impressed in his 69 minutes on the field before he was replaced by Pedro Rodríguez. 

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Decisive brace in Paris

In the quarter-finals of the Champions League against Paris Saint-Germain in the same season, Luis Suárez played a vital role in helping his side into the last four. The Uruguayan scored twice in the 3-1 win at the Parc des Princes in the first leg and with a 2-0 win in the second leg at Camp Nou, Barça were well on their way to claiming a fifth Champions League crown. 

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Goal in the final in Berlin

The Champions League campaign in 2014/15 ended at the Olympiastadion in Berlin where Luis Enrique’s team came up against Juventus in the final. Ivan Rakitic put the blaugranes ahead early but the game was in the balance after Morata’s equaliser. Up stepped the Uruguayan to put Barça back in front as Barça’s claimed the last piece in another historic treble. 

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Top goalscorer at the Club World Cup

A few months after winning the Champions League, Barça returned to the Club World Cup in Japan. In the semi-finals Luis Enrique’s side overcame Chinese opposition in the form of Guangzhou thanks to a hat-trick from Luis Suárez. In the final against River Plate, the Uruguayan scored two more in the 3-0 win to end the competition as top scorer. 

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Brilliant strike v Bayer Leverkusen

In the group stage of the Champions League in 2015/16, Barça were against the ropes at home to German side Bayer Leverkusen thanks to Papadopoulos’ strike at Camp Nou. Sergi Roberto came to the rescue with a leveller on 80 minutes and Luis Suárez rounded off a great comeback win with an effort to remember in front of the home fans. 

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Double at the Bernabéu

In the last few years, games at the Santiago Bernabéu have gone down in history. The season 2015/16 was no exception. On 22 November Barça claimed a 4-0 win in the league thanks to goals from Neymar, Iniesta and a majestic double from Suárez, the first coming from a great assist by Sergi Roberto.

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Famous penalty against Celta

14 February 2016 and an inform Celta side were the visitors to Camp Nou. The Barça number 9 scored a hat trick that day but it is for one goal from the Uruguayan in particular that the game will be remembered. At 3-1 up, Barça were awarded a penalty, Messi stepped up to take it but then surprised everyone as he tapped it for Suárez to fire home. A spot kick that will never be forgotten. 

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Hat-trick for the league title

14 May 2016 and the blaugranes claim their 24th league title. A victory away at Granada allowed them to add another championship to their collection, the 3-0 victory in Andalusia coming courtesy of another hat-trick from Luis Suárez who found the net twice in the first half and once again in the dying minutes of the encounter. 

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Golden Shoe 2016

Luis Suárez ended the league campaign with a fantastic tally of 40 goals. That total allowed hime to end the season not just as top scorer in La Liga but also as the European Golden Shoe for the continent’s top marksman. The Uruguayan received the award for the second time in October in an event he attended with his two children Benjamín and Delfina. 

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