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FC Barcelona News: 3 September 2018; Luis Suarez is not a fan of VAR

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Suarez: VAR is a blow to your happiness | Goal

Luis Suarez revealed he is not a fan of VAR, despite seeing his first goal of the season given after checking the technology. He said: “When you have doubts, with the VAR, you’ll lose your adrenaline and desire to celebrate. It’s a blow to your happiness. You can’t make mistakes as everything is so controlled.”

Highlights: FC Barcelona 8-2 Huesca | Barcelona

Watch the highlights of Barcelona’s 8-2 win over Huesca at the Camp Nou on Sunday night. The hosts romped to victory with goals from Lionel Messi, Luis Suarez, Ousmane Dembele, Ivan Rakitic and Jordi Alba.

Valverde on Piqué driving fine: “I don’t think it will affect him” | AS

Ernesto Valverde is not too bothered about Gerard Pique’s recent brush with the law. He said: “I spoke to him and I don’t think this kind of situation affected him. He is going to deal with it in the best possible way.”

‘Inter not easy for Barca, but…’ | Football Italia

Barcelona’s Ariedo Braida has been talking about the club’s Champions League draw ahead of fixtures against Spurs, Inter Milan and PSV Eindhoven. He said: “In football there are always surprises: that’s the beauty of the game. I hope Barca will beat both Inter and Tottenham. Barcelona can’t have any fear. We’re a team who know that matches must be tackled in the right way.”

Inside Barcelona’s shock transfer of Malcom | Bleacher Report

An in-depth look at how Barcelona signed Malcom from Bordeaux, despite the French club having previously announced they had agreed a deal for the winger to join Serie A side Roma.

Luis Suarez: We were asleep a bit at the start against Huesca | Sport

Luis Suarez also spoke about Barcelona’s slow start against Huesca. He said: “Little by little we’re finding our rhythm. We were asleep a little bit at the beginning [when Huesca scored], although that forced us to react.”

Lenglet: I want to play more, but I’m here to learn | Marca

Summer signing Clement Lenglet was a substitute against Huesca and said after the match he wants to play more. He explained: “I think all players want to play as much as they can,” he said after his debut against Huesca. I want to play more, but I’m here to learn. There are some very good players and you have to learn from them.”