Watch as Luis Suarez demonstrates unbelievable knowledge of his Barcelona career so far

We all know Luis Suarez is a world-class footballer, but did you know he also has what it takes when it comes to trivia? Well he does… as long as the questions are about him.

Barcelona quizzed the former Liverpool forward on his first 101 games for the Catalan club, and it turns out Suarez has been taking notes.

What can Luis Suárez remember about his FC Barcelona career so far?

OK, so we thought he’d probably know a thing or two about his debut, and fair enough, we’d keep count of all our goals if we were that good.

But it gets a bit eerie when the Uruguayan answers correctly on who he’s assisted the most, and how many headers he’s scored.

Trivial Pursuit: Luis Suarez edition anyone?


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