Atlético – Granada 6: 1, Suárez contributed two goals to the debacle in his debut for Atlético, Barcelona also shot

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Suárez knocked one home from a counterattack down the right wing, making the score 3 – 0 after 70 minutes. Two minutes later, he scored for Marsi Llorente’s goal, in the 85th minute he jumped to the overstretched center and sent the ball to the far post with a difficult position. At the set time, the Uruguayan gunner shot the stick and the ball managed to reach the goal by itself.

Suárez became the first Atlética player to score twice on his debut. He waited exactly a quarter of an hour for the premiere hit, thus imitating his first start for Liverpool, in which he needed only a minute more to score.

Gunner Luis Suárez (right) celebrates a goal against Granada, congratulates his teammate from Atlética Madrid Saúl Ňiguez.

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The basic line-up of Barcelona also included Captain Lionel Messi, who expressed his wish to leave the club after the end of last season. The main character of the match, however, was 17-year-old striker Ansu Fati, who scored the first two goals and still won a penalty kick. He changed the luck with Messi, the goalkeeper Sergio Asenjo caught the direction of the shot and reached the ball, but could not push it out. The Argentine star became the fourth player in history to score in 17 seasons in the La Liga.

Ansu Fati’s young talent contributed two goals to Barcelona’s victory over Villarreal.

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The Catalans added a fourth goal before the break, Messi’s center knocked the defender Pau Torres into his own net. Barcelona has not lost 25 competitive matches with the Yellow Submarine.

In the first league match of the season, Sevilla lost and equalized only in the 65th minute to the substitute Luuk de Jong. It was his fifth goal in the head since the beginning of last season, no La Liga player has a better balance. Munir El Haddadi took the turn 90 minutes into the game, making the score 0 – 1 after some elegant movement down the middle.

Barcelona’s Lionel Messi is firing in a league match against Villarreal.

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Spanish Football League – Round 3:
Pamplona – Raise 1: 3 (38. Torres – 41. Melero, 77. Roger, 81. Morales)
Eibar – Bilbao 1: 2 (48. Kike – 40. a 87. U. López)
Atlético Madrid – Granada 6: 1 (85. to 90. + 4 Suárez, 9. Costa, 47. Correa, 65. Joao Felix, 72. Llorente – 87. Molina)
Cádiz – FC Sevilla 1: 3 (48. S. Sánchez – 65. De Jong, 90. El Haddadi, 90. + 6 Rakitič),
Valladolid – Vigo 1: 1 (66. Guardiola z pen. – 44. Aspas),
FC Barcelona – Villarreal 4: 0 (15th and 19th Fati, 35th Messi of pen., 45th own Torres).

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