Suarez was left frustrated by Barca's failure to see out the win.
Luis Suarez admitted his utmost disappointment after Barcelona were held to a 2-2 draw with Celta Vigo on Saturday.
The Blaugrana led twice through Luis Suarez but were eventually pegged back on both occasions by Celta as captain Iago Aspas' late leveller gave rivals Real Madrid a boost in the LaLiga title race.
Uruguay international Suarez, however, said the result “leaves a bitter taste, one of sadness and frustration“
Quique Setien's side moved back to the top of the table following Saturday’s disappointing draw but, Real Madrid have a chance to leapfrog the Catalan club if they don’t concede a defeat at Espanyol on Sunday.
"It was a vital match to fight for the title," Suarez admitted in his post-match interview for LaLiga TV.
"We had a good first half, creating chances, but in the second half it was different, Celta wanting to be more aggressive.
"It [the result] leaves a bitter taste, one of sadness and frustration because we have lost two points."
The ex-Liverpool forward added: "For my part, I am happy to help with both goals, but you are angry because things have to be corrected.
"This was a complicated away game, as will be the trip to Villarreal. Then, in between, we host Atletico."