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Luis Suarez scored two spectacular goals for Barcelona against PSG on Wednesday, both of which came after embarrassing Brazilian national team defender David Luiz. 

By Alexander Abnos
April 15, 2015

It's been a rough Wednesday for David Luiz. 

Initially left out of Paris Saint-Germain's starting lineup for its Champions League quarterfinal first leg match against Barcelona, the Brazilian was forced to come on in the 21st minute after his countryman Thiago Silva was forced off with an injury. 

Luiz might have wished he had stayed on the bench. Barcelona Forward Luis Suarez scored two spectacular goals in the game, each of which was preceded by a nutmeg of Luiz. 

Suarez's first was a superb individual goal, as the Uruguayan followed up his move past Luiz with more moves past two additional PSG defenders, before slotting the ball past goalkeeper Salvatore Sirigu to make the score 2-0. 

Second verse, same as the first. Suarez followed up his opener with yet another goal after another Luiz nutmeg, this time followed by a precise finish just inside Sirigu's left post. 

That's just mean, Luis.

Barcelona would concede one goal via a Jeremy Mathieu deflection, but still carries a massive 3-1 advantage heading into the second leg at home. 

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