Barca's problems not solved by PSG heroics - Suarez
Barcelona striker Luis Suarez believes their stunning 6-1 thrashing of Paris Saint-Germain may have covered up the cracks in the Catalans' season after they collapsed to a 2-1 defeat at Deportivo la Coruna on Sunday.
Suarez scored Barca's equaliser early in the second half, but the visitors' poor defending from corners was punished by Joselu and Alex Bergantinos to hand struggling Deportivo their first win over Barca since 2008.
"Just because you win one game doesn't solve the problems of a season, nor does losing one mean all is lost," Suarez told BeIN Sports Spain.
Barca boss Luis Enrique accepted it had been "difficult" for his side to lift themselves from the tiredness and euphoria of pulling off the biggest comeback in Champions League history from a 4-0 first-leg deficit.
However, despite missing the injured Neymar, Suarez claimed Barca had enough recovery time to put in a better performance than they showed at Riazor.
"There was enough time to recover and we were aware that the league game was coming," added the Uruguayan.
Barca now lead Real Madrid at the top of La Liga by just a point having played two games more.
Madrid can move top later on Sunday with victory at home to Real Betis.
And Enrique claimed it will take a "very strong" end to the season in Barca's remaining 11 league games to deliver a third consecutive title.
"Now we have to think that we still have matches against our rivals for the title to come," said Enrique.
"We are going to have to have a very strong end to the season to be able to opt for trophies."