The Pistolero of FC Barcelona Luis Suarez is not the type to copy the gestures or movements of the stars of the round ball. He’s got his own way of playing.
Since the summer of 2014, the date of his arrival in Catalonia, Luis Suarez martyrs Those who have the misfortune to take it to the markings. Tireless in his calls and chilling efficiency in front of the opposing cages, the Uruguayan international is a nightmare mounted on crampons in the eyes of the defenders. The Pistolero has already shot at 79 times for Barca and its trigger seems to be safe from the skidding. Recently interviewed by Spanish journalists from Marca, Liverpool’s ex-scorer was led to express his views on Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi. Obviously, these two are not sources of inspiration for him.
“I don’t compare myself to anyone.” I have my own way of playing and being, which is different from others, he entrusted. My thing is to help the team. If the individual titles arrive, they are welcome because like any scorer, I am sometimes selfish. “But the teammates don’t let you be and you have to thank them for that.” Speaking of altruism, since he was part of the South American trio of the Abutment club, Suarez has distilled 41 assists (Liga + Champions League). The vast majority of his offerings were of course sent to Messi and Neymar. Logic.