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From Emlyn Begley
BBC Sport
Luis Suarez scored a fine twice since Barcelona came from behind to defeat Inter Milan in the Champions League.
Using Marc-Andre ter Stegen keeping his header out lautaro Martinez gave Antonio Conte’s Inter a deserved lead and went close to another.
Suarez levelled with a excellent volley in Arturo Vidal’s crosscountry.
Lionel Messi, on his return from an injury, discovered Suarez – whose very first touch took him – plus the winner was blasted in by him.
Those were Suarez’s first two Champions League team goals in three decades.
Barcelona, who are unbeaten in 33 Champions League home games, are level on four things by Borussia Dortmund, whom they drew 0-0 with in their opening game, at the peak of the table.
Earlier on Wednesday, Dortmund won 2-0 because of two outstanding solo goals in Slavia Prague the very first two Champions League goals of this Real Madrid loanee’s career, by Achraf Hakimi.
Barcelona are only fourth in La Liga, having lost two of their opening seven league matches. It would have been the first time ever that neither Barca nor Real had won following two Champions League games if Inter had conquered them.
And on the cards that looked for the very first half. Alexis Sanchez setup Martinez to the opener before slipping a shot residence since the striker hauled off Clement Lenglet. Barcelona’s keeper just denyed him a second – then Antonio Candreva needed a target rightfully.
However, Barca were much better at the second half and also Suarez volley put them – his first goal in his past 16 group games.
And he had his second with a nice two-touch goal before finding the Uruguayan after Messi had run 40 metres.
This was the first time Messi had handled over 45 minutes this season following two accidents and he was lively, although far from his best – forcing Samir Handanovic rents.
Are bottom of their group on one point.
The boys have a walk on the wild side

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