The Uruguayan forward stole the show on Saturday as Barca won their fifth consecutive match to clinch the Spanish title.
Granada were the victims as Suarez scored a hat-trick without response to ensure Barcelona end the season one point clear of their fierce rivals Real Madrid.
On a personal note, the triple rounded off a magnificent campaign for Suarez, who won the Spanish top scorer award—the Pichichi—after scoring a monstrous 40 league goals during the campaign.
The tally is five more than Real hitman Cristiano Ronaldo, which will surely make the victory all the sweeter for the ex-Liverpool frontman.
Speaking to reporters after the match—as per Sport—Suarez has refused to take the credit for his haul, and instead revealed just how easy it is to find the net when you’re backed by talents such as Lionel Messi, Neymar and Andres Iniesta.
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“Thanks to everyone because without them I couldn’t have done it,” the forward began. “Without them I wouldn’t be in this situation.
“I only have to nudge the ball (because his teammates set him up so efficiently),” he added. “They looked for me and I’m grateful for it, thanks to everyone once again.”