Suárez, a torment for Betis

Luis Suárez arrived this summer at Atlético as the player called to be the offensive reference of Simeone's. However, the Uruguayan left Barcelona being the third highest scorer in the history of the entity, with 195 goals in 283 games. Until now has managed to score three goals in four games with the rojiblancos and his next goal is Betis, against whom he will face off at 9:00 p.m. at the Wanda Metropolitano. It is a rival against whom he is usually very inspired in front of goal. Proof of this are the 10 goals he has scored for them in the seven games he has played with them wearing the Barcelona shirt. Further, he has also given three assists.

The first time that Suárez faced Betis was on matchday 17 of the 2015-16 academic year and, on that occasion, he vaccinated them with two goals in the victory of the culés 4-0. In the duel back also achieved a target in the Catalan victory by 0-2. The following season he crossed the path of the Verdiblancos again with a wave of goals, by scoring them four in the two clashes. In the first of them, achieved a hat-trick in the 6-2 of Barcelona, while in the second scored the goal that allowed his team to score a point (1-1) in the visit to Benito Villamarín.

In the season 2017-18, the Catalans opened the league competition at the Camp Nou against Betis, but Suárez missed the match due to injury. In the duel of the second round he did participate and, again, saw the goal, scoring two targets and giving two passes on goal in the culés' 0-5 victory. He later course The Barcelona fans received the Verdiblancos in their field on matchday 12 and there were two outstanding events: It was the only game in which Suárez failed to score a goal and, curiously, there was Betis's only victory (3-4) in all his clashes with the Uruguayan on the field of play. In the second round match, he made up for it by scoring one goal and giving another in Barcelona's 1-4 triumph.

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In his last year as culé, he 2019-20, he missed both games due to injury, which prevented him from increasing his scoring account against the Verdiblancos. Therefore, Suárez's final balance against Betis is seven goals in 10 games, which results in a average of almost one and a half goals per game (1.4), which will be great news for his new club, Atlético, who will want to take advantage of the Uruguayan good streak against Pellegrini's (has scored him in six of his seven games) in order to add the three points and continue to remain among the best teams in the competition (it is the only one that has not lost and is the top scorer and the least scored in the competition).