Luis Suarez's goal record from volleys for Barcelona is pretty outrageous

Luis Suarez opened the scoring against Sevilla with a stunning bicycle kick

Every time Barcelona fans think Luis Suarez is finished at the highest level, he seems to prove them wrong.

While the Uruguayan is a far cry from the player that tormented Premier League defenders with Liverpool and helped secure Barca's treble in 2015, he's still an elite-level striker.

His first touch can be clumsy and he will miss the odd chance, but Suarez has shown exactly what he still brings to Ernesto Valverde's side in the club's last two games.

The 32-year-old scored both goals in Barca's 2-1 comeback in the Champions League against Inter Milan, before opening the scoring in last night's crucial 4-0 win over Sevilla in La Liga.

Three crucial goals and two of them were absolute beauties from the Uruguayan.

Suarez broke Inter's stern resistance at Camp Nou with a stunning 'cyclone volley' and his strike against Sevilla was a perfect bicycle kick.

You can view both goals below.

SUAREZ'S TWO WONDER-STRIKES

Two perfect examples of pure natural talent and Suarez's latest exploits with the ball in mid-air prompted Spanish football journalist Sid Lowe to dig a little deeper.

He wanted to know how many volleys Suarez has produced during his time in Catalonia and Twitter user @ViasportVeland provided the answer.

The 32-year-old has scored an astonishing 21 volleys for Barcelona, with partner-in-crime Lionel Messi assisting the most of them with two.

Six have come courtesy of deflections from opposing defenders.

Suarez has scored 183 goals during his time with Barca, meaning he scores a volley every 8.7 goals he scores.

Suarez scored a stunner vs Sevilla

That's a pretty outrageous stat when you factor in that executing a volley is arguably the hardest skill to perform in football.

Below you will find a YouTube video showing pretty much the rest of Suarez's volleyed goals with Barcelona.

So sit back, relax and watch a master at work.

SUAREZ VOLLEY COMPILATION

Luis Alberto Suarez Diaz, the king of volleys!

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