Do not be happy for any downfall of Barcelona because they can easily change that into your sadness, they have punished Deportivo la Coruna yesterday which has cleared a three-match losing run.
Luis Suarez scored four goals for Barca, the Uruguay striker opened the fire in first half, then tucking in Lionel Messi’s pass.
Barca scored six in the second half – Ivan Rakitic fired in, before Suarez slid in for his hat-trick and then tapped in Neymar’s selfless pass.
Messi rolled in, then Marc Bartra’s solo goal and Neymar’s simple finish from close range sealed the rout.
Barca had let a nine-point lead at the top of La Liga slip but victory on Wednesday was never in doubt from the moment Suarez scored his 46th goal of the season from a corner.
Suarez took his tally to 49 before the end of the night and also contributed three assists as Barca were utterly dominant.
“We are human, we aren’t machines and we can all commit errors or have a bad game,” said Suarez.
“This is a demonstration that the group is more united than ever and desperate to win the league. It is still in our hands.”
“It was a spectacular result for us,” said manager Luis Enrique.
“We have a wonderful challenge ahead of us to retain the league title. But there are still four games to go and I’m sure it’s not going to be easy.”
Wins for Atletico Madrid and Real Madrid mean that the title race remains tight. Barca are joined on 79 points by Atletico, with Real a point further back. There are four games remaining, Barca will face these clubs in la Liga; Sporting Gijon, Real Betis, Espanyol and Granada in their final games.