Its an end of a successful era for Luis Suarez at Barcelona.
The striker has left to join Diego Simeone's Atletico Madrid but will be proud of his achievements with the Catalan club.
The Uruguayan arrived in 2014 from Liverpool in an astonishing £75 Million deal, and he has been worth every penny.
Right from his debut when he registered an assist and scored his first during a Champions League match against APOEL, Suarez has been one of the best, if not the best number nine in Europe.
He lined up alongside arguably the best attack-line in recent history comprising of Lionel Messi and Neymar, which was commonly referred to as MSN, and together they won numerous titles.
Suarez's career in numbers
- Appearances: 283
- Goals: 198
- Assists: 109
Titles and awards
- 🏆🏆🏆🏆 LaLiga
- 🏆🏆🏆🏆 Copa del Ray
- 🏆🏆Supercopa de Espana
- 🏆 UEFA Champions League
- 🏆 FIFA Club World Cup
- 🏆 UEFA Super Cup
- 🏅 LaLiga golden boot
- 🏅 European golden boot
- 🥉 Barcelona's third all-time goalscorer
He leaves Barcelona a legend, having managed to climb to third on the club's all-time top scorers' charts.
“I leave with a feeling of fulfillment. I didn't imagine reaching these numbers. Being the third top scorer in the history of Barça (with 198 goals) is not easy at all," he said in his farewell.
The fans loved him, and he endeared himself to the home crowd with late winning goals and his impressive work-rate.
295 - Luis Suárez 🇺🇾 has been involved in 295 goals in 283 appearances for Barcelona in all comps (198 goals/97 assists), recording double figures for both in each of his six seasons:— OptaJose (@OptaJose) September 21, 2020
14/15 - 25/21
15/16 - 59/22
16/17 - 37/16
17/18 - 31/17
18/19 - 25/10
19/20 - 21/11
At 33, Atletico may have staged a coup and will boast one of the best strikers in European football.