Luis Suarez produced a sensational pass during Barcelona’s win over Leganes

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Luis Suarez was once again in majestic form for Barcelona this afternoon as the Catalan giants hammered Leganes 5-1 at the Estadio Municipal de Butarque.

The Uruguayan scored one goal and set up two more during the opening 45 minutes as Barça breezed to a 3-0 half-time lead.

Lionel Messi and Rafinha then made it 5-0 by the 64th minute, before Gabriel Appelt Pires restored some pride of the hosts with a fabulous late free-kick.

While Messi will have taken away another Man of the Match award thanks to his brace, and deservedly so, Suarez wasn’t far behind his teammate.

This was a performance of the highest quality from the former Liverpool player, who produced a quite stunning outside-of-the-boot pass for Barcelona’s fourth goal of the afternoon. (Scroll down to watch the video).

Video: Suarez's outstanding pass

Suarez was stood out on the left touchline, near the halfway line, when he spotted Neymar running into space.

The South American shifted his body, hit the ball with the outside of his right foot, and the ball rolled perfectly into Neymar’s path inside the Leganes penalty area.

It was a magnificent pass - it even drew a gasp from the co-commentator - and it led to a penalty after Neymar was brought down.

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