MVP in both the semi-final and final of the Club World Cup, and the top scorer in the competition with five goals, Luis Suárez could not have wished for a better end to 2015, a year in which he has played a key role in the conquest of a stunning five major titles for FC Barcelona. These last twelve months have seen the Uruguayan score more goals than in any other year of his illustrious career in European football.
Since he joined Ajax in 2009, and not even in the year that he won the Golden Shoe in a Liverpool shirt as the top goalscorer in Europe, has Suárez amassed stats like those of 2015, in which he has scored a mammoth 46 goals.
|EUROPEAN SUPER CUP||1|
|SPANISH SUPER CUP||0|
|CLUB WORLD CUP||5|
|Ch League (Liverpool)||2||Europa League||2||FA Cup||3|
|FA Cup||0||FA Cup||2||Europa League||1|
|Liga||1||League Cup||0||Europa League qual.||1|
|Ch League (Barça)||2||League Cup||0|
|League Cup||0||Dutch Cup||3||Dutch Cup||6|
|Champions League||1||Europa League qual.||4|
|Dutch Super Cup||0||Europa League||3|
All the goals of 2015
46 goals, only two of which were penalties, and 22 assists are stunning stats from Luis Suárez. These have included the winner at the Camp Nou to beat Real Madrid 2-1 and a brace in the 4-0 win at the Bernabéu. He got his first hat-trick for Barça in the 8-0 rout of Cordoba and scored the fourth FCB goal in the 5-4 defeat of Sevilla to win the European Super Cup in Tbilisi. Not forgetting the two he scored against PSG in the Champions League quarter-final, and most of all his goals in Berlin that clinched the Champions League against Juventus and the two in the Club World Cup Final last Sunday.