That defeat was one of the most amazing results in the competition’s history but the Barca striker insists they can still make it through from tomorrow's second leg in the Nou Camp.
“Nothing is impossible in football and if any team is capable of scoring four goals it’s Barca, but we’ll do it our way,” said Suarez.
“We need to remember the game lasts 94-95 minutes and we need to be patient and not get desperate. We can’t go crazy, we want to turn the situation around and go down in history more than anyone else but we need to play with a sense of calm.
Luis Suarez believes Barcelona can overcome the four-goal deficit
Barcelona were beaten 4-0 in the first-leg against Paris Saint-Germain
“If we pull it off it will be the greatest game of my career. It’s one of the most important games I’ll play and we have to convince ourselves we can do it. We’re going to fight until the end.”
Barcelona scraped a 2-1 win over struggling Leganes in their first game after their setback in Paris, but they head into tomorrow's match on a high after hammering Sporting Gijon 6-1 and Celta Vigo 5-0 in their last two games.
“A lot of time has passed since then but the hardest thing was the first few days,” said Suarez, recalling the result that has left Barca on their earliest exit from the Champions League competition in a decade.
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“That defeat hurt us a lot but a few days later we were able to lift ourselves up with a change in attitude and by scoring goals.”
Barca overcame a 2-0 defeat to AC Milan in a last 16 first leg in 2013 to win 4-0 and knocked Gothenburg out of the 1986 European Cup after losing a semi-final first leg 3-0.