Ever since arriving at Camp Nou, Ousmane Dembele has been one of the most controversial players Barcelona has ever signed, either because of his constant antics or because he always seems to get hurt.
Sadly for the Blaugrana, the Frenchman had to be escorted off the pitch once again during their UEFA Champions League match vs. Borussia Dortmund, as he suffered yet another injury that'll keep him sidelined indefinitely.
Therefore, Luis Suarez urged the team's doctors to finally come with a solution to his constant injuries, clearly in frustration after seeing the talented winger getting hurt again:
"Dembele and the doctors have to try and find a solution to his injuries. (They have to find out) how he keeps getting injured after he has recovered. We hope he's back with us soon," the Uruguayan striker told Sport.
However, Barcelona were able to thrive even with Dembele out, as Messi, Suarez, and Griezmann showed a glimpse of what they're capable of when they're all at full strength.
All three strikers found the bottom of the nets, with Messi also recording a couple of assists, including a beautiful pass that helped Griezmann score his first European goal with the Blaugrana.
Hence, Suarez looked quite confident and satisfied with the 'MSG', as the trio is finally coming around after some early-season struggles:
"I've always said that spending time together, being with each other day to day, for so many years, playing games together makes the connection with Messi easy. You start (running) knowing that he's going to put the ball in front of you. We always look for the best option.
It's normal that we find each other because we're the two main forwards. As has happened with other team-mates, knowing (Griezmann) was struggling to score, when we were up we looked for him. Antoine did spectacularly, he had chances and he scored. It's important for his confidence," Suarez concluded.