Barcelona are closing in on a place in the Champions League quarter-finals after Uruguayan striker Luis Suarez scored a sublime goal to give his side a 2-1 lead against Premier League outfit Arsenal.
The Catalans took the lead thanks to a goal from Neymar in the first half, but Mohamed Elneny equalised in style with a rocket from outside the box.
But Suarez, formerly of Liverpool, has well and truly scored the goal of the night with an acrobatic strike.
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The enigmatic star met Dani Alves' cross with perfection, striking a sublime volley past Gunners shot-stopper David Ospina, who, unsurprisingly, failed to move.
Incredibly, the forward's strike against the Gunners means he's now found the back of the net on 43 occasions in just 42 games this season.
Anyway, you can see the glorious goal for yourself here:
Ultimately, over the course of the two legs, Barca's brilliant trio have been the difference. In the first leg, of course, Argentine superstar Lionel Messi scored both goals, while Neymar and Suarez have got in on the act tonight.
There's no doubt about it, the trio could secure Champions League silverware for the club once again this season.
No team has ever retained the big-eared trophy in its current format, but Luis Enrique's side have every chance of doing just that. The Catalans are on course for five trophies this season and there could be no stopping them,.
The rest of Europe will most definitely be hoping to avoid Barca in Friday's draw for the quarter-finals.
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