Barcelona Fc : Meet Fc Barcelona Prolific Striker, Luis Suarez



Meet the Barcelona Fc sensation, Luis Alberto Suarez Diaz. The Uruguayan was born on the 24th of January 1987. Currently plying his trade with One Of The Biggest Club In Europe and the Giant Of Spanish Football Fcbarcelona. Luiz Suarez began his career as a youth player for Nacional in 2003, signing for Groningen in Netherlands in 2006 and was later in 2007 transferred to Ajax.

In 2010 Suarez helped Ajax win the KNVB Cup whereas turning into the league’s prime scorer with 35 goals in 33 games. He was additionally named Dutch Player of the Year, netting a total of  49 goals all together in all competitions. Within the 2010–11 season, he scored his  hundredth Ajax goal, change of integrity a gaggle of players that embody Johan Cruyff, Marco van Basten and Dennis Bergkamp. In January 2011, Suárez was Sold to English Premier League club Liverpool Fc for a whopping €26.5 million (£22.8 million). In February 2012, Suárez won the league Cup with the club. In Gregorian calendar month 2014, he was named the PFA Players’ Player of the Year and therefore the FWA Player of the Year. Based on his performance that year he ended as the Premier League’s top scorer with 30 goals he won the Premier League Golden Boot, and shared the European Golden Shoe with Cristiano Ronaldo. In his 1st season at Barcelona Fc, Suárez marked aboard Lionel Messi and Neymar, Associate in Nursing offensive trio Popularly called MSN (Messi, Suárez, Neymar), and helped the club win the continental treble Spanish Liga, Copa del Rey and as well as the UEFA Champions League in one season.

Luis Suarez For His National Team Uruguay 

Scoring 45 goals in 84 games for Uruguay, Luis Suárez is the all-time record goalscorer for his national team. Noticeably at the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa he played an important role in Uruguay’s fourth-place finish in that tournament, suarez1scoring three goals, and also blocked an extra time goalbound header with his hands during the quarter-final against Ghana. At the 2011 Copa América, Suárez scored four goals for Uruguay as they won a record fifteenth Copa América, and he was named Player of the Tournament. At the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil, Suárez scored his 40th international goal.

Suarez Racial Abuse Incidence And Bite In the World Cup

The season was marked by an incident in which Suárez was found guilty by a three-man panel from the FA of racially abusing Patrice Evra during a game against Manchester United in October; he was given an eight-game suspension and a £40,000 fine. Suárez has disputed this decision but still went on to pay the fine.

After a 1–1 draw against Manchester United in Old Trafford on 15 October 2011, Suárez was accused of racially abusing Evra, and the Football Association opened up an investigation into the incident. Suárez wrote on his Twitter and Facebook pages that he was upset by the accusation and denied the claims. On 16 November, the FA announced it would charge Suárez with “abusive and/or insulting words and/or behaviour contrary to FA rules”, including “a reference to the ethnic origin and/or colour and/or race of Patrice Evra.” Liverpool later released a statement announcing Suárez would plead innocent, adding that they would “remain fully supportive” of him. On 20 December, the FA concluded a seven-day hearing, handing Suárez an eight-match ban and a £40,000 fine for racially abusing Evra.

In their next meeting in February, during the pregame handshakes, Suárez avoided shaking Evra’s hand, for which Suárez and Dalglish were later forced to apologise. Suárez was also banned for one match for making an obscene gesture towards Fulham fans.



As prolific as he is on the field, he seems not to be too far from controversy. During Uruguay Quarter Final Match against Italy, Luis Suarez bit Giorgio Chiellini in the match after what appears to be a tough encounter with the hard tackle defender. He was however given a 4 Months Ban from Football. All these said, he is still one of the best talent the game has produced.

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