Luis Suarez fires double against Oman as Barcelona striker gears up for La Liga debut | By Anthony Hay | October 13, 2014

Oman shot stopper Al Habsi was unable to get his hand onto Suarez's chipped effort.

Oman shot stopper Al Habsi was unable to get his hand onto Suarez’s chipped effort.

Luis Suarez lobs Wigan Athletic goalkeeper Ali Al Habsi to score Uruguay's second goal of the match

Luis Suarez lobs Wigan Athletic goalkeeper Ali Al Habsi to score Uruguay’s second goal of the match

•Uruguay ace Luis Suarez netted twice in the second half

•The former Liverpool forward played 78 minutes of Uruguay’s 3-0 win

•Suarez could make his Barcelona debut against Real Madrid on October 25

•The 27-year-old made a £75million move to the Nou Camp in July

•He is currently serving a four-month ban for biting Giorgio Chiellini

Uruguay striker Luis Suarez scored two goals during a friendly match against Oman on Monday.

The Barcelona ace, who could make his La Liga debut against Real Madrid on October 25, netted a brace in the second half to help his side claim a win.

His first came in the 57th minute when he was allowed the space and time to score past Oman goalkeeper Ali Al Habsi from inside the penalty area.

 

LUIS SUAREZ’S POTENTIAL FIRST FIVE GAMES FOR BARCELONA 

Real Madrid v Barcelona – October 25

Barcelona v Celta Vigo – November 1

Ajax v Barcelona – November 5

Almeria v Barcelona – November 8

Barcelona v Sevilla – November 22

LUIS SUAREZ’S POTENTIAL FIRST FIVE GAMES FOR BARCELONA 

Real Madrid v Barcelona – October 25

Barcelona v Celta Vigo – November 1

Ajax v Barcelona – November 5

Almeria v Barcelona – November 8

Barcelona v Sevilla – November 22

The Wigan Athletic goalkeeper was forced into picking the ball out of his net just 10 minutes later when Suarez chipped Al Habsi.

Suarez’s deft lob over the onrushing custodian was clear evidence as to why Barcelona decided to fork out £75million on the former Liverpool ace.

Jonathan Rodriguez added a late third in the closing stages of the friendly encounter.

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