Barcelona crushed Sevilla 4-0 in a La Liga game played in Camp Nou on Sunday.
Three goals in less than ten minutes in the first half and one in the second half was enough for Barcelona to head into the international break on a winning note.
Sevilla got into the game, looking to improve on their record of 40 wins, 35 draws and 94 losses against Barcelona.
Suarez opened the scoring in the 27th minute after connecting a cross from Semedo, and five minutes later, Arturo Vidal made it two for Barcelona.
Ousmane Dembele scored Barca's third goal within eight minutes after he dummies Diego Carlos out of the way and slots home nicely.
Lionel Messi put the icing on the cake in the 78th minute as his well-taken freekick beat goalkeeper Tomas Vaclik into the net.
A dramatic final minutes saw Barca reduced to nine men when Dembele got a second yellow card and Ronald Araujo was shown a red card after a contact with Chicharito.
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