It was an interesting eight minutes, but Neymar has surely sealed a return to the Champions League final for Barcelona, scoring a sensational goal set up by that formidable duo Messi and Suarez.
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Pep Guardiola’s Bayern looked to have made the game at least slightly interesting – despite the Spanish side’s 3-0 advantage – by scoring an opener through Mehdi Benatia after just seven minutes.
However, the MSN frontline combined once again with Messi slotting in a delightful through ball to Suarez to completely demolish the Bayern defence.
The Uruguayan showed a poise that was perhaps missing from his game last week, when he missed a number of chances, by controlling the pass and not allowing himself to be put off by an on-rushing Manuel Neuer, before slotting the ball to an unmarked Neymar open in the Bayern box.
The Brazilian slammed it home and surely sealed a Barcelona return to the European Cup final with a 4-1 aggregate score meaning the German side would need a quite staggering four goals to win the tie.
See the equaliser below: