It’s just another day at the office for Neymar, Messi and Suarez. Who all contributed towards a huge 6-1 victory as FC Barcelona defeated AS Roma in the Champions League tonight.

By Connor Orchard

The only thing that could stop FC Barcelona from scoring goals right now, is if there was an actual brick wall infront of the goal, even then I think they might have a chance…

The deadly trio of Neymar, Suarez and Messi a.k.a ‘MSN’ were all over the pitch tonight, as they saw their team pick up a huge 6-1 victory over AS Roma, and move on to the next round of the Champions League.

Even Soccer pundit Gary Lineker was flabbergasted by Suarez’s second goal that saw FC Barcelona gain a 3-0 lead.

It’s safe to say that Arsenal fan Piers Morgan was sitting at home shaking his head in despair after seeing 27 successful passes lead to the best goal of the night; that’s right, 27.

It wouldn’t be a 6-0 win without Twitter reacting to the news though would it? Of course not. But they did so in fine form…

Not only did they qualify for the next round of the Champions League, but they also broke a new record with their win. The 6-1 win over AS Roma is the biggest win for a Spanish team against an Italian club in European history. Stat via Infostrada Sports

As well as that, in their last 5 games, Barcelona have scored 18 goals, and have only conceded 1. That statistic alone is absolutely mind-boggling…

If that wasn’t enough, In 2015, Messi has scored 42 goals, Neymar has scored 39, and Suarez also has 39 goals, which totals up to an absolutely staggering 120 goals, which is more than the enitre Real Madrid team, who have only scored 106 goals in 2015.

It’s safe to say we could possibly be looking at the best attacking trio ever in Messi, Suarez and Neymar. They are proving that they are absolute different class.

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As well as writing for EliteSportsNY, I also write for BlueLineStation. I follow and write about the New York Rangers all the way from England, as well as writing about Chelsea FC, the English Premier League and all other things to do with Football. Did I forget to mention my huge love for K-POP?