All of Lionel Messi, Luis Suarez and Neymar's 2015 Barcelona goals in one video

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As far as years go, 2015 could not have gone better for Barcelona. A historic treble in the 2014-15 season was added to by success in the UEFA Super Cup and the Club World Cup. 

They finished the calendar year top of La Liga and well on track to complete another treble come the end of the campaign. 

A lot of their unrivalled success is down to the scintillating form of their attacking trio. Lionel Messi, Neymar and Luis Suarez have built up a stunning understanding that has made them the most feared frontline in the world.


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And it's easy to see why; MSN (as they are often referred to) combined for an incredible 137 goals in 2015, a huge chunk of Barcelona's Spanish record of 185 strikes in a calendar year.

And our new favourite YouTuber Henrik Lehmann has taken the time to compile of the goals into a seven-minute video. 

It is well worth the watch and if you are willing to give up seven minutes of your day. Although we'd all agree, it would be much better without the annoying music.

Argentine superstar Messi looks set to claim his fifth Ballon d'Or crown on January 11, but Neymar's inclusion in the final three shows the Brazilian is closing in on the levels of his teammate. 

With the trio setting such a high standard every time they step onto the hallowed turf, it's hard to look past the Catalan giants as potential winners on all fronts this year.

2015 was a stunning year for the Blaugrana, but there is no reason why 2016 can't be even better.

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