Barcelona and Uruguayan Striker, Luis Suarez on Saturday made history after his goal against Eibar in Ipurua saw him become the fourth highest goal scorer in the history of the club with 184 goals after equaling club legend, Josep Samitier.
Recall that Suarez scored Barcelona third goal of the game after a beautiful assist from teammate, Lionel Messi who made sure that the record was set against Eibar.
Suarez who joined Barcelona from Liverpool in 2014 in what was then regarded as one of the most transfer fees in the history of football with a whooping amount of €82.3 million and which has seen the striker netting an impressive 184 goals from 256 games.
The striker scored 136 goals in the Spanish league, 22 goals in the Champions League, 19 in the Copa del Rey, five in the FIFA World Club Cup and one each in the Spanish and European Super Cups.
The 2015/2016 season saw Suarez clinch the Pichichi title (an award for the highest goal scorer in Spanish League) and also the Golden Boot, for the highest goal scorer in Europe with 40 goals that season after beating Messi and Ronaldo with number of goals scored.
The next challenge for Suarez now is to become the third highest goal scorer in the club’s history which is held by Ladislau Kubala with 194 goals, which means that Suarez is only 10 goals away from equaling the record.
Argentine superstar, Lionel Messi holds the record for the highest number of goals for Barcelona with 605 and Cesar in second place with 232 goals.