Suarez suffers badly sprained ankle - Valverde

Lionel Messi was outstanding in Barcelona's win at Real Betis

Lionel Messi was outstanding in Barcelona's win at Real Betis

FC Barcelona confirmed on Monday that striker Luis Suarez will be out of action for between 10-15 days after spraining his right ankle in Barca's 4-1 win away to Betis on Sunday night.

"No, I can't remember that happening before".

The hat-trick saw Messi score his 27th, 28th and 29th goals for Barca this season to take his haul of combined assists and goals to a stunning 60 in total.

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"I can not remember anything like this before and I'm very grateful for the fans' reaction", said Messi. The Argentine International added another goal before the half time to take a two-goal cushion into the second half. "We'll see what the doctors say but this is the feeling we have".

Victory moved Barcelona 10 points clear of Atleti at the summit with 10 games remaining. He completed his treble late on with an exquisite chip after Suarez and Loren Moron had exchanged goals. He scored three goals and could have scored a fourth. "They always treat us very well, regardless of whether we're rivals", said Messi. Worse things have happened before.

Ernesto Valverde stressed Barcelona have not won anything yet but accepted a 4-1 win at Real Betis was an important step in their La Liga title defence.

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The La Liga giants will already be without powerful forward Ousmane Dembele for both games with United after he suffered a hamstring tear against Lyon in midweek.

Barca, via their official Twitter page, have confirmed that the Uruguay worldwide will undergo tests on Monday to determine the "exact extent of the injury".

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