Suarez nets hat trick in debut with Gremio


Luis Suarez began his profession at Gremio in the absolute best means. The previous Barcelona and Liverpool striker scored a hat trick in 38 minutes on Tuesday to steer his new crew to a 4-1 victory over Sao Luiz and the Recopa Gaucha title.

Suarez, 35, joined the Brazilian membership this month after leaving boyhood membership Nacional when his contract expired in December. He signed a two-year contract as a free agent after the World Cup.

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“I think so [biggest debut], the last time I scored in my debut was with Atletico [Madrid],” Suarez informed Sportv.

Suarez left the sport within the 14th minute of the second half to the delight of the followers on the Area Gremio.

“It couldn’t have been better his debut. The fans believe in him, so are we,” Gremio coach Renato stated about Suarez. “He showed what he came for. He quickly made it into the group because he’s a very humble person. He doesn’t want the highlights or perks, he just want to be like everyone else.”

It was the primary time Suarez had scored a primary half hat trick since 2013 when he did it with Liverpool towards Norwich Metropolis and his most targets in a debut. He scored two targets in his first match with Atleti in 2020 after becoming a member of them from Barcelona.

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