Having the luxury of "MSN" in his corner, FC Barcelona boss Luis Enrique has singled out one player he thinks is the best striker in world football.
The Spanish manager heaped praise on Uruguay international Luis Suarez after he scored in the Catalan club's 3-0 win over Sevilla on Wednesday.
Suarez netted a fantastic bicycle kick in the 25th minute of the match to open the scoring, and after the match, Enrique explained why he thinks the 30-year-old is the best No. 9 in the game.
"I think Luis Suarez, not just with the physical side of his game but his capacity to shoot with one touch in the box, knowing where the goal is, is great," Enrique said, as quoted by FourFourTwo.
"It is clear his potential is big due to his physique, but it is not just about his physical skills.
"His quality, his quick shots and his movement are amazing and make him the best No. 9 in the world."
After the match, Suarez revealed he remained hopeful his team could retain their La Liga crown this year.
"The team are still confident about our chances," the Uruguayan said.
"In the games that remain, the mentality has to be a winning one in order to get our fate back in our own hands."
Suarez has made 42 appearances in all competitions for the Blaugrana this season, scoring 31 goals and assisting 17 further strikes.
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