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Luis Suarez's Celebrations vs. Real Madrid Captured With 8k Cameras And it Looks Like A Video Game

Jack Kenmare

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Luis Suarez's Celebrations vs. Real Madrid Captured With 8k Cameras And it Looks Like A Video Game

La Liga have taken their football coverage to new levels by using cutting-edge '8k' cameras, with Luis Suarez's celebrations in Sunday's Madrid Derby being captured in spectacular detail.

The rejuvenated Atletico Madrid striker, who has scored 17 goals from 28 shots on target this season under Diego Simeone, continued his incredible run of form with an early goal against Los Blancos.

After a typically well-timed run in the final third, Suarez put his side 1-0 up with a wonderful outside-of-the-boot finish.

Moments later, after his teammates surrounded the Uruguayan forward, those incredible '8k' cameras picked up his trademark celebration - a nod to his wife Sofia and daughters.

Seriously though, how good does this look?!

La Liga have followed in the footsteps of the NFL by increasing their coverage quality.

In last month's clash between Barcelona and Athletic Bilbao, '8k' cameras were used at the Camp Nou for the first time and fans were understandably blown away.

These cameras have also been used in a number of Real Madrid fixtures during the 2020/21 campaign - as you can see from this coverage of Vinícius Júnior after the full-time whistle.

It certainly brings viewers closer to the action than ever before, with many feeling as though they are watching from the stadium or playing a video game.

Bring this to the Premier League right away.

Topics: Football, Atletico Madrid, Luis Suarez, Real Madrid, La Liga

Jack Kenmare
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