Luis Suarez skill leaves Ezequiel Garay needing treatment

By Ben Nagle for MailOnline

Published: 08:55 EDT, 20 March 2017 | Updated: 12:04 EDT, 20 March 2017

Barcelona superstar Luis Suarez reached a new level of skill at the weekend when he managed to INJURE an opponent with one fell swoop. 

It is unclear whether Valencia's Ezequiel Garay was genuinely hurt or just embarrassed after being left for dead by Suarez, as he did manage to get up and play the remainder of the match.

With the score level at 0-0, the Uruguayan turned on the style as he approached the byline, turning back inside his opponent before finding a cross.

As Luis Suarez approached the byline under pressure from Ezequiel Garay, he turned back As Luis Suarez approached the byline under pressure from Ezequiel Garay, he turned back

As Luis Suarez approached the byline under pressure from Ezequiel Garay, he turned back

Garay kept running as Suarez slipped the ball through his legs to make the defender look silly Garay kept running as Suarez slipped the ball through his legs to make the defender look silly

Garay kept running as Suarez slipped the ball through his legs to make the defender look silly

The Valencia man fell to the floor and needed treatment for an injury as Suarez ran away The Valencia man fell to the floor and needed treatment for an injury as Suarez ran away

The Valencia man fell to the floor and needed treatment for an injury as Suarez ran away

Garay could only watch on from the Nou Camp turf as Suarez found Lionel Messi with a cross Garay could only watch on from the Nou Camp turf as Suarez found Lionel Messi with a cross

Garay could only watch on from the Nou Camp turf as Suarez found Lionel Messi with a cross

Garay was done all ends up by Suarez, slipping to the ground on the touchline before calling for medical attention when the ball had been cleared.

Suarez seemed almost nonchalant as he slipped the ball through the Valencia man's legs, but Barcelona were unable to find the net when it reached Lionel Messi in the middle.

Nevertheless, Barcelona did go on to win a scrappy game at the Nou Camp, slipping four past Valencia goalkeeper Diego Alves.

Eliaquim Mangala scored the opener for Valencia, before he was sent off after Suarez pulled one back.

Messi then put Barcelona ahead on the stroke of half-time, before on-loan striker Munir scored against his parent club to level things up again.

Messi and Andre Gomes then went on to secure the victory in the second half, but Garay may still be thinking about his embarrassing moment early on.

Barcelona missed that chance, but Suarez went on to score in a 4-2 win against Valencia Barcelona missed that chance, but Suarez went on to score in a 4-2 win against Valencia

Barcelona missed that chance, but Suarez went on to score in a 4-2 win against Valencia

Garay holds his right leg in agony after Suarez made him look silly early on in the match Garay holds his right leg in agony after Suarez made him look silly early on in the match

Garay holds his right leg in agony after Suarez made him look silly early on in the match

Garay had an evening to forget at the Nou Camp as his 10-man side fell to a 4-2 defeat Garay had an evening to forget at the Nou Camp as his 10-man side fell to a 4-2 defeat

Garay had an evening to forget at the Nou Camp as his 10-man side fell to a 4-2 defeat

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