🎯 Luis Suárez’s ridiculous career goal stats for club & country
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🎯 Luis Suárez’s ridiculous career goal stats for club & country

Love him or hate him, the Uruguayan has proved himself as one of the finest strikers of his generation.

Luis Suárez has produced unreal goal returns since 2007 when he was a teenager, all the way to his world-beating days at Barcelona and now with Atlético Madrid. 

🇳🇱 Suárez with Ajax (2007-2010)

  • 🏟 159 appearances
  • ⚽️ 111 goals
  • 📊 0.69 goals per game

🦁 Suárez with Liverpool (2011-2014)

  • 🏟 133 appearances
  • ⚽️ 82 goals
  • 📊 0.62 goals per game

🇪🇸 Suárez with FC Barcelona (2014-2020)

  • 🏟 283 appearances
  • ⚽️ 195 goals
  • 📊 0.69 goals per game

🇪🇸 Suárez with Atlético Madrid (2020-present)

  • 🏟 18 appearances
  • ⚽️ 11 goals
  • 📊 0.61 goals per game

🇺🇾 Suárez with Uruguay (2007-present)

  • 🏟 116 appearances
  • ⚽️ 63 goals
  • 📊 0.54 goals per game

Consider that the age-old acid-test for a quality striker was whether their goals per game ratio was roughly 0.5 or, put another way, a goal every other game. Even on the international stage, Suárez has exceeded that threshold and at Barcelona, a club where he won every single trophy available to him, the man notched 195 goals & 113 assists in 283 appearances across all competitions.

Suárez is the joint-second record goal-scorer for the Catalan club. That's some achievement, and settling for second place behind the great man, his friend Leo Messi, won't be too much of an issue.

🏆 Suárez's silverware

  • 🇺🇾 Uruguayan Championship in 2006
  • 🇳🇱 Dutch Cup in 2010
  • 🇳🇱 Dutch Eredivisie in 2011
  • 🌎 Copa América in 2011
  • 🏆 UEFA Champions League in 2015
  • 🗺 FIFA Club World Cup in 2015
  • 🇪🇺 UEFA Super Cup in 2016
  • 🇪🇸 4x LaLiga
  • 🇪🇸 4x Copa Del Rey
  • 🇪🇸 2x Spanish Super Cup
  • 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿 EFL Cup in 2012

Now, he's among the top scorers in LaLiga again for his new employers Atlético Madrid with 11 goals in 14 Spanish top-flight appearances to date in 2020-21. Diego Simeone's team holds a four-point lead over city rivals Real at the summit of the table, and they also have two games in hand. 

They'll aim to stretch that advantage tonight against Valencia at the Wanda Metropolitano. You can be sure that Luis Suárez will be sniffing out goal-scoring opportunities, it's something he's been doing for the better part of two decades. 

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