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    Champions League: What I'll do against Liverpool – Barcelona's Suarez

    Barcelona striker, Luis Suarez, has uncovered what he will do amid the Champions League semi-last conflict against his previous club, Liverpool.

    The Uruguayan said in spite of the fact that he was thankful to Liverpool for their assistance in building up his profession, he will have no dithering in celebrating on the off chance that he scores against them for Barcelona.

    Suarez will face Liverpool at the Camp Nou on Wednesday in the primary leg of the semi-last.

    He left Liverpool to move to Barcelona in the late spring of 2014 for £65m and has since proceeded to shape a deadly association with Lionel Messi.

    This will be the first occasion when that Suarez has faced his previous club in a focused match since leaving Anfield five years prior.

    The Uruguayan forward disclosed to Daily Mail that he will put any contemplations of kinship to the other side once kick-off comes.

    "In the development to the diversion it's pleasant to discuss how hugely thankful I am to Liverpool for all they gave me at the same time, you know me, when I'm on the pitch there will be no kinships, no allies, no idea for all the dazzling minutes," he said.

    "I'll protect the shades of Barcelona with all the pride on the planet."

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