"Barcelona here at the Nou Camp is a hard prospect but the memory will live with the players, it's not long ago".
Suarez's recent struggles in the Champions League are in contrast with his consistent scoring in the Spanish league and Copa del Rey, providing the team with an ideal second option up front and forming a devastating duo with Lionel Messi.
"There is pride and confidence, but if we do not win we are stuffed".
"I think he did well", said Solskjaer, whose United suffered a third successive home Champions League knockout defeat for the first time in their history.
'We will be true to our style but we are also aware of what they have in attack and the game can't become you attack us, we attack you. He also handed defender Paolo Gozzi, 17, his Serie A debut. He added: 'We all draw from old experiences.
"We played with a lot of youngsters".
Much of the belief that United can overturn the first-leg deficit has centred on the Premier League club's impressive last-16 fightback against Paris Saint-Germain, as well as their famous triumph over Bayern Munich in the 1999 final when now-manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer scored a stoppage-time victor at Camp Nou.More news: Samsung reveals the Galaxy A80 with a sliding, rotating 48MP camera
Allegri rotated his squad with an eye towards Tuesday's Champions League quarter-final, return leg fixture against Ajax in Turin, after a 1-1 draw in Amsterdam.
Overall, they were better than Huesca but never really got out of second gear.
A shot from Joao Cancelo looked to be on target but Kean was alert and clever enough to divert the ball away from the dive of goalkeeper Emiliano Viviano.
However, SPAL were rewarded for an impressive start to the second half when Bonifazi rose to head in his team's equaliser from a corner.
"The plan has not come out, but we have reached the 80th minute alive".
Spal moved into 13th, seven points clear of the relegation zone.
The price was two points dropped and Atletico capitalised, beating Celta Vigo 2-0 thanks to a thundering Antoine Griezmann free-kick and a cool finish from Alvaro Morata.