Suarez celebrates a goal with Messi during the Spanish League match against Levante. AFP / JOSE JORDAN
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Barca are still three points clear at the top of the table, although 11th in terms of goals conceded and, given Real Madrid have changed coach and Atletico Madrid won just one away game all season, they might have hoped for a heftier cushion.In the past, Valverde could have looked within for cover but Barca's youth ranks are not as prolific as they once were. There is also Messi, who tends to make light of deficiencies at the back. He scored three and set up two more against Levante to take the Ballon d'Or's fifth best player to 20 goals in 19 games this season.
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