Suárez entered the Atlético de Madrid vs Granada match just in the 70th minute, replacing Diego Costa. At this point, Atlético de Madrid were already heading towards a comfortable victory. The former Barcelona superstar took just two minutes to make his impact on the pitch as he set Marcos Llorente up for the fourth goal of the night.
Then it seemed that Suárez had won a penalty for Simeone. However, the decision was reversed by the video assistant referee (VAR). However, it did not take long to reach the minutes, finishing at home. He then went on to double his score for the night in injury time after a splendid one-two with Vitolo.
Records galore on debut
With his double in the Atlético de Madrid-Granada clash, Suárez accumulates sensational records in his name. Now he has become the first Atlético de Madrid player to score and assist in his debut in the 21st century. In addition, he is also the first player to score two goals in his Atlético debut since the turn of the century.
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Suárez has arrived with great enthusiasm to help us compete as we do. Hopefully, we can maintain our balance and prepare for our next game with humility. Players like him have the gift of scoring goals without effort, his movements open up so many possibilities in the attack, in addition to scoring two goals he also prepared Llorente, he has many characteristics that will help us improve.Diego Simeone, Atletico Madrid FC Coach
He had a brilliant six-season stint with Barcelona that saw him emerge as the third top scorer in the club’s history. Ronald Koeman’s appointment at the Camp Nou forced him to lower the curtain on his time at the Catalan giants. After a failed move to defending Serie A champion Juventus, he finally agreed to a two-season contract with team Wanda Metropolitano.