Luis Suárez arrived to Atlético de Madrid after a polemic exit from FC Barcelona. The attacker was one of the ones who scored the biggest number of goals in the history of the Catalan side, but was axed by ex-president Josep María Bartomeu and by head coach Ronald Koeman.
Since then, he tried to look for a new club to play at and, after he was very near to do at Juventus, he joined Atlético de Madrid. Diego Simeone gave him trust once again and Suárez return to his very best level. His conditions and quality have been recovered, as he is once again the top player he was one day.
Atlético de Madrid is now first on LaLiga, after earning 35 points after 14 matches played. The Colchoneros will have to play against Chelsea the Champions League Round of 16 on February and are one of the clearest contenders to end the season as one of the best teams in Europe.
Suárez has much to do with that and his numbers show his great level. The Uruguayan took revenge from Koeman and is currently the second top-striker of LaLiga, after eight goals scored on 10 matches played. There is just one player who scored more (Iago Aspas with nine) and other two players with the same number of goals than him (Karim Benzema and Gerard Moreno).