Former Barcelona star, Luis Suarez was hesitant to celebrate as he scored against his former club at the Wanda Metropolitano.
The Atletico Madrid striker squeezed his hands together to ask absolution subsequent to extending Barcelona’s woes with his first goal against his previous bosses on Saturday, October 02, 2021.
Luis Suarez hit late in the principal half to put Atletico 2-0 ahead over Barcelona at the break, which ended up being the last score.
The sensational Luis Suarez stayed deferential of Barcelona’s predicament, declining to celebrate even as his colleagues mobbed him in celebration. He did, in any case, likewise offer a motion that could be deciphered as a shot as his ex-supervisor Ronald Koeman.
Saturday’s game was the second time Suarez had met Barcelona since exiting the club this mid year of 2020.
A positive Covid-19 test ransacked the forward of the opportunity to play against his old partners in the primary league match of last season, while he stalled out mentally in May’s 0-0 draw as Atletico surrounded the title.
This time, however, he was on track, getting on a lavish pass from Thomas Lemar who had opened the scoring at the Wanda Metropolitano and pushing Atletico to take the lead with a 2-0 win.
Suarez decided not to celebrate his goal, however, rather offering a token of penitence to the Barcelona squad, having burned through six prize loaded years at Camp Nou before his sudden exit.