Luis Suarez says he doesn't feel alone in the Barcelona attack after being starved of service in the 1-1 draw against Chelsea.
The Uruguayan had just one chance, firing wide in the second half after creating the opening all by himself.
"I don’t feel alone in attack," he told reporters. "When there are games like today, teams defend with a lot of players.
"You have to be intelligent and look for the best solution. Seeing that he couldn’t create chances, Leo [Messi] couldn’t be my side because the best solution was to drop back to look for more space."
Messi scored the only goal of the game, equalising after Willian had given Chelsea the lead in the second half.
With the away goal in the bag, Suarez was happy with how things ended: "It’s not a bad result. Knowing that they have to score at (Camp Nou) will be beneficial for us because we will have more space.
"What we have to do is be strong at home. It’s important that we score, too, and those are our strong points."