Barcelona have opened up a 3-1 lead in their Champions League quarter-final tie with victory against Paris Saint-Germain at Parc des Princes on Wednesday.
The hosts could have opened the scoring inside the first 10 minutes when Maxwell and Blaide Matuidi linked up, with the latter providing a cross for Javier Pastore, but the Argentine could not stretch to turn it in.
Barcelona soon started to cause problems down the other end as Luis Suarez played the ball to Lionel Messi on the edge of the box, leaving the striker to curl it towards the goal, only to see his finish kept out by the post.
The Spanish side were ahead inside the opening 20 minutes though as Messi pounced on a loose ball before finding Neymar, leaving the Brazilian to fire home from close range.
PSG’s hopes were dealt a further blow a few minutes later when captain Thiago Silva was forced off injured, leaving David Luiz, who is also carrying an injury, to take his place.
Luis Enrique’s side did make it three moments later though as Suarez won the ball again, sprinting past the struggling Luiz before firing into the top corner, scoring his second in just over 10 minutes.
PSG did get a goal back before the end of the match as Gregor van der Wiel got forward to try a strike from the edge of the box, which took a deflection off Jeremy Mathieu to leave Ter Stegen stranded.
Elsewhere, Porto have stunned Bayern Munich to claim a 3-1 win in the first leg of their Champions League quarter-final.
The home side had a chance to open the scoring just three minutes into the tie when Manuel Neuer brought down Jackson Martinez in the penalty area after rushing off his line, leaving Porto with a spot kick.
Ricardo Quaresma stepped up to take the penalty, sending the keeper the wrong way to coolly slot into the bottom corner.
The winger picked up a second inside the opening 10 minutes after Dante failed to close him down, leaving Quaresma to burst into the box unmarked before rifling past Neuer for a second time.
The German champions were back in the came before the interval though as Jerome Boateng charged down the right before crossing for Thiago Alcantara to tap in at the far post.