Luis Suarez made the second goal of Atlético de Madrid in front of Barcelona and did not celebrate the goal out of respect for his former team, where he lived one of his most successful stages until Josep María Bartomeu and Ronald Koeman they kicked him out and changed the Barcelona for the capital of Spain. In fact, the Uruguayan forward put his hands together and made a gesture similar to asking for forgiveness.
Rest was approaching when another triangulation between Thomas Lemar and Joao Félix ended with a counter in which the French and Luis Suarez they were alone before Gerard Piqué. The former Monaco put a great ball to the exact place where the Uruguayan was waiting to avoid going offside. The ex of Barça controlled it and waited until the perfect moment to define and beat Ter Stegen.
The forward of the Atlético de Madrid, which arrived last year at MetropolitanThus, he made his first goal to his former team. Luis Suarez, out of respect for the years he spent in the Barcelona He decided not to celebrate the goal and put his hands together as a sign of forgiveness for what that goal means that further sinks the Culé club in the sporting crisis it is experiencing.
– Football in Movistar + (@MovistarFutbol) October 2, 2021