Uruguay's Luis Suarez (R) reacts after clashing with Italy's Giorgio Chiellini during their 2014 World Cup Group D soccer match at the Dunas arena in Natal in this June 24, 2014. REUTERS/Tony Gentile
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Chiellini might be right to be more worried about Suarez's skill as a player. Since returning from his ban, the Uruguayan has scored 24 times for Barcelona, and he is only one part of Barcelona's fearsome attack, which along with Lionel Messi and Neymar has scored 120 times this season.Nearly half of those goals have been scored by Messi, who has 58, including an outstanding goal in Barcelona's Copa del Rey victory over Athletic Bilbao. Chiellini also said it was difficult for him to say who is better between Messi, Maradona and Pele.
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