The Barça forward scored two and then had a message for Setien
Luis Suarez scored twice against Celta Vigo on Saturday but his goals did not prevent Barcelona dropping points for the second time in three games as they drew 2-2 at Balaidos.
After drawing at Sevilla in their last away game, Barça were held again, and could be two points behind Real Madrid on Sunday night if Zinedine Zidane's side win at Espanyol.
Asked about Barça's struggles on the road this season, Suarez said: "I think that's what the coaches are for, to analyse these situations. We are the ones that have to give out all on the pitch. Away from home, we're dropping points that we don't usually do in other seasons."
On the dropped points, the Uruguayan added: "The sensations are negative after that, we have lost two points in the fight for La Liga. We had it in our own hands and now we have to hope that Real Madrid drop points. The sensation is one of sensation because we have given up two points.
"Both teams have tough games to come. This was a complicated place to come, as Villarreal will be next week, and Atletico Madrid at home in midweek. The sensations are that we've lost two points and we have to correct things to improve."
Suarez's goals were his first since knee surgery in January but that didn't take away the disappointment of the draw.
"I am happy to have tried to help the team but the sensation I am left with is one of anger, frustration," he finished.
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