Luis Suarez scores acrobatic volley against Real Sociedad

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Luis Suarez scored one of the goals of the season so far for Barcelona against Real Sociedad at the Camp Nou this afternoon.

The 28-year-old converted a stunning acrobatic volley from a Dani Alves cross to put the home side 2-0 up following a goal by Neymar earlier in the first half.

Scroll down this page to watch Suarez’s superb goal - and check out the goals scored by Neymar and Lionel Messi, too.


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Today’s goal means Suarez has now found the back of the net a remarkable 11 times in his last seven matches for Barcelona and bagged a total of 18 in 20 appearances this season.

Last term the Uruguay international netted 31 goals from 37 matches, but he looks set to blow that tally out the water this term.

Video: Luis Suarez's goal

Neymar's first goal

Neymar's second goal

Lionel Messi's goal

Suarez is in magnificent form

The £75 million Barcelona paid Liverpool for Suarez, who couldn’t play for two months after signing for the Catalan giants due to a lengthy ban imposed by FIFA for biting Giorgio Chiellini, in the summer of 2014 now looks an absolute bargain.

He is part of an attacking trio that is on course to go down in history as one of the best triumvirates of all time.

Messi has not outshone either Suarez or Neymar this season - all three players have been outstanding.

In fact, Suarez and Neymar have both been more productive than the world’s best player, who missed two months through injury, so far this season.

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