Barcelona took a commanding 3-0 lead over hosts Paris Saint-Germain in the Champions League quarter-final, first leg thanks to two strikes from attacker Luis Suarez.
The former Liverpool striker produced a trademark solo run before squeezing the ball past the despairing dive of Salvatore Sirigu to put the away team firmly in control of the tie, with Neymar having scored in the first period.
Suarez tied PSG defender David Luiz, formerly of Chelsea, in knots on his way to goal, and the Brazil international may feel he could have done more to prevent the strike, not least because he came up against Suarez on a number of occasions during the pair’s Premier League days.
However, he seemed powerless to stop his rampaging opponent:
To compound his misery, Suarez struck again and nutmegged Luiz in the process before finding the back of the net as the visitors threatened to run riot: