Luis Suarez created a surprising half-volley to acquire La Liga champions Barcelona a life-changing 4-4 draw and break the hearts of transfer undermined Villarreal.
Lionel Messi, Ivan Rakitic and Gerard Pique all began from the seat as the holders hoped to deal with a wild eyed apparatus list. Head mentor Ernesto Valverde’s determined bet seemed to have satisfied when Brazilian winger Malcom teed up kinsman Philippe Coutinho for a tap-in and afterward the previous made a beeline for make it 2-0 by 16 minutes.
The Yellow Submarine, in any case, continued jumping on the counter-assault against a disheveled back line. Nigeria winger Samuel Chukwueze’s made bounce back and Cameroon striker Karl Toko Ekambi’s brassy cross-shot made it 2-2 by 50 minutes, while savagely dispatched one-on-ones from midfielder Vicente Iborra and substitution Carlos Bacca made it 4-2 with 10 minutes left.
A red card for defender back Alvaro Gonzalez then gave Barca hope. Substitute Messi diminished the dissimilarity with an ideal free-dismiss that slammed in from the post amid the 90th minute, with Uruguay hit man Suarez’s authoritative last dash of an enchanting challenge giving an offer of the crown jewels.