Luis Suarez left Uruguay, Nacional team, to play for a Brazilian team named Gremio and the former Barcelona striker scored a sensational three goals in the first half of his debut.
Luis Suarez scored eight goals in 14 appearances for the Uruguay team before looking for challenges somewhere else.
Luis Suarez helped the Nacional team win the Uruguayan title last season.
On the other hand, Gremio enjoyed a successful campaign last season as they got promoted to the Brazilian Serie A.
The introduction of Luis Suarez to the Brazil team led them to winning the Recopa Gaucha Super Cup. Suarez scored his first goal in the fourth minute. Sao Luiz made the equalizer quickly.
Suarez scored two more goals to secure a 4-1 victory after Bitello gave Gremio the lead again with a spectacular finish and rasping shot.
Suarez was substituted in the 58th minute, and he received a standing ovation from the fans for his performance.
In contrast, the Gremio fans’ standing ovation was contrary to Suarez’s last match for Uruguay in the World Cup.
It was difficult to console Suarez after they were eliminated from the World Cup group stage in Qatar.
Suarez failed to score in the World Cup for Uruguay, but the exit was the most painful of his career as a football player. He put his disappointment behind him and put on an intelligent performance.
Suarez made himself an immediate hero for his new team and could not stop grinning as he celebrated in front of the passionate Gremio fans.
There is plenty left in Suarez’s tank, and the Gremio fans should expect their club to compete for silverware this season with the presence of the former Atletico Madrid striker.
This is the first time Suarez will score three goals after scoring four against Norwich in the Premier League as a Liverpool player. The player admitted this is his best-ever debut since he scored two goals in his Atletico Madrid debut.
The Gremio manager was not surprised by Suarez’s performance on his debut. Luis Suarez showed why he is a top striker and is capable of scoring goals. The fans believe in him.
The player has also made a group of friends. Suarez doesn’t want highlights and wants to be like everybody else in the team.
What Happens Next For Suarez and Gremio
Gremio begins their league season away at Caxias do Sul on Saturday, the experienced Uruguayan will probably lead the line once again after his spectacular debut performance.
The striker is set to make history in the Brazil league and win titles before the end of the season. Gremio sees him as they player that will make them compete at the top.