FC Barcelona striker Luis Suarez has beaten an impressive record set by Cristiano Ronaldo, despite the Blaugrana's loss to Alaves on the weekend.
The Uruguay striker, who was rested and came off the bench in the surprising home defeat, made his 100th appearance for the Catalan giants during their 2-1 defeat to the newly promoted side.
He was not able to prevent his side from losing, but still bettered Ronaldo's goals and assists return in his first 100 games in Spain.
Suarez has netted 88 goals and assisted a further 50 strikes, according to Transfermarkt, which means he has been involved in 138 goals in his first 100 games for the club.
Ronaldo, meanwhile, netted eight goals more than Suarez in his first 100 games for Real, but also assisted 14 less strikes.
His total tally adds up to 132 contributions in his first 100 games in Spain, six less than Suarez.
Meanwhile, Ronaldo's longstanding rival Lionel Messi, who began his senior career as a 17-year-old in La Liga, scored 42 goals and assisted another 24 strikes in his first 100 Barcelona games.
Suarez also lifted an incredible eight trophies in his first two seasons at the Camp Nou, as many as Ronaldo has lifted in seven years since joining Los Blancos.
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