Costa speaks on Suarez partnership, I’ll do the fighting, he can do the biting’, “He is very good, one of us can do
the fighting and the other can do the biting, I don’t understand how Barca could have let him leave”
Costa opened the scoring with a headed goal and then came off the pitch in the second half to make way
for Suarez, who quickly made his mark following his switch from Barcelona by scoring twice and providing
an assist in the final 20 minutes.
Costa speaks on Suarez partnership, Costa said, recalling Suarez’s infamous bite on Italy’s Giorgio Chiellini
in the 2014 World Cup. The Uruguay striker also committed similar offenses for Liverpool and Ajax Amsterdam,
but has long been considered one of football’s best finishers.
Costa said he could barely believe his side’s luck in landing Suarez, who scored 198 goals in six seasons
with Barca but was deemed surplus to requirements by new coach Ronald Koeman.
“We are very lucky to have Luis, I don’t understand how Barca could have let him leave,” Costa said.