Luis Suarez in tears during Copa del Rey final

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Barcelona have secured a domestic double after overcoming rivals Sevilla by two goals to nil in the Copa del Rey final.

Incredibly, Ever Banega and Daniel Carrico were sent off for Sevilla, while Javier Mascherano was dismissed for the Catalans. 

In a tense game, goals from Jordi Alba and Neymar eventually secured the prestigious honour in extra-time for the club. 


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But there was another notable moment during the clash: enigmatic striker Luis Suarez, who has been in sensational form throughout the course of the campaign, had to be removed from the field of play after picking up a hamstring injury. 

Indeed, the ex-Liverpool striker just couldn't go on and had to bring his astonishing season to a premature end. 

Suarez in tears

But what happened after he was taken off has now taken over social media. It was noted on Twitter that Suarez was in tears after taking his seat on the bench. 

You can see the video here: 

It's safe to say that Suarez will now be in a much greater mood as he watched his teammates just about get over the line against Sevilla. 

It was a testing night for Barca, but they weren't to be denied yet another trophy. 

Can Suarez challenge Lionel Messi to next year's Ballon d'Or award? Have your say below! 

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