We're all off to practice our nutmegs after Luis Suarez's sensational stuff tonight. See you soon!
- Neymar scores from Messi pass
- Suarez scores after wonderful mazy run
- Suarez nutmegs Luiz then smashes third
- Mathieu deflects Van der Wiel's shot into net
- Return leg in Barcelona next Tuesday
So Porto and Barcelona have one foot in the last four of the Champions League - the second legs are next Tuesday. Here's a reminder of the second-leg line-ups:
Tuesday 21 April
Barcelona v Paris St-Germain (Agg: 3-1)
Bayern Munich v Porto (Agg 1-3)
Wednesday 22 April
Monaco v Juventus (Agg: 0-1)
Real Madrid v Atletico Madrid (Agg: 0-0)
Porto coach Julen Lopetegui: "Playing against Bayern is always difficult, but we made a great start in the match.
"Jackson Martínez gave good indications yesterday that he was fit and we decided to take the risk. We were great tonight and I want to congratulate this group of players. This team has lots of ambition."
Barcelona manager Luis Enrique: "It's an important win for us. There are lots of ways you can describe our play. We were attentive, had possession and were good in defence. We made a lot of chances and were solid. We need to look to win the return match and avoid surprises."
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Barcelona forward Luis Suarez: "We weren't overly dominant. We played intelligently, and worked hard.
"When you play against an opponent like them you have to play with intensity to get the win. We knew we had to win. There's 90 minutes still to go and nothing is sorted, but we have a good advantage."
No surprise here but PSG's late goal has now been credited as an own goal to Jeremy Mathieu.
David: The Luis Suarez show rolls on, the best striker in world football bar none.
Stephen Collins: Seems crazy to say, but Suarez was a bargain for Barca at £75m. Back on top of La Liga and rocking the CL thanks to his goals.
Femi Come: David Luiz's price tag just went down several millions with two nutmegs from Suarez today.
Full-time at Craven Cottage where it has finished Fulham 1-1 Rotherham.
Late, late equaliser for Burton against Carlisle in League Two. Denny Johnstone scores for the league leaders in the eighth minute of injury time and it ends 1-1.
Former Liverpool captain Jamie Carragher: "I know Luis Suarez & have played with him. One day hopefully I'll be able to tell my Grandkids."
Bayern Munich captain Philipp Lahm: "We always want to build from the back and this style can be dangerous. We can't make any accusations though. Mistakes happen.
"We were looking good when we pulled a goal back, but when Porto made it 3-1, that really hurt us. Nevertheless, there is everything to play for in the second leg."
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Barcelona striker Luis Suarez: "We knew before the game that if you don't start to concentrate we can't win the game. In this situation when you play against a big team you need concentration.
"I prefer the win than talking about my goals. We know it was an important game today and it's a good result but in football you never know what can happen and we have 90 minutes more next week."
John dunthorne: Luis Suarez deserves all the praise he is receiving, not just for tonight, but for all the hard work he has put in this season.
Eyobel gomini: Stop criticizing David Luiz, he didn't train for the past 10 days! Should I remind you that Luiz was the Hero Vs Chelsea?!
Abhishek: Suarez is the striker Barca doesn't really need, but the one they deserve.
A brilliant night for Porto and for Barcelona, both sides looking in control of their quarter-finals after the first legs.
But Bayern in particular will have plenty to say about that. Reaction to come.
Full-time at the City Ground and it finished Nottingham Forest 1-3 Watford. Watford are now level on points with second-placed Norwich but third on goal difference by one goal.
Capital R: David Luiz has had a complete nightmare. A massive shade of the £50m price tag PSG paid.
Rishi Verma: Ibra was the focal point of attack at both Milan and Inter, and now at PSG where everything goes through him. A huge loss.
Naveed Afzal: And that is why Jose Mourinho got rid of David Luiz (even though he knocked them out) 50m calamity all day long.
Tunde Giwa II: Suarez is just too good. The most complete striker in football right now.
Laurent Blanc shakes hands with Luis Enrique, his patched-up side were taught a lesson at times but that late goal may give them a slight, slight chance of reaching the last four. Maybe. Possibly.
At the top of the Championship Watford have scored a third against Nottingham Forest. Almen Abdi got the goal to make it Watford 3-1 Forest. Just minutes left at the City Ground.
While towards the bottom of the league Ross McCormack has equalised for Fulham against Rotherham, it's now 1-1 at Craven Cottage.
In League Two Burton are still trailing Carlisle 1-0.
Lionel Messi, over the wall - good save!
Chance! PSG somehow almost get a second as Adirano makes a fine tackle and the ball runs kindly for Edinso Cavani. I can't criticise him this time, it's a fine strike but Jeremy Mathieu makes an excellent block.
Barca have a free-kick now at the other end. Excellent range for Lionel Messi...
Barca playing keep-ball for the final few minutes. Luis Suarez on a hat-trick...
A lot of you are ruminating on the fact that David Luiz cost £50m from Chelsea. His defending has been poor for both of Luis Suarez's goals tonight but the flip side of that is that Suarez's movement and touch were top class.
Chelsea basically got Diego Costa and Cesc Fabregas for that sale...
A chance! A glimmer of hope for PSG as they get a fortuitous route back into the game. Right-back Gregory van der Wiel follows up a deep cross at the back post and fires it in low and hard, but Marc-Andre ter Stegen could throw his cap on it until it takes a massive deflection off Jeremy Mathieu and flies in.
That makes the second leg marginally more interesting anyway. Keeps Zlatan onside.
"All bow to Luis Suarez. Utterly stupendous!"
Sally Anders: PSG: all the gear and no idea.
Aidan Mifsud : Barcelona are just no fun are they? Just too good, let the poor PSG boys play a little. Bayern on the other hand.....
Stepan Benyovszky: This is ridiculous, Barca are now officially treating this as an exhibition match. The gap in class is telling.
KoloKK: Suarez at £70m was a STEAL!
See you later PSG, thanks for coming. Let yourselves out, mind the noise for the neighbours won't you? Cheers.
Dear oh dear, this is equally brilliant from Luis Suarez and calamitous from David Luiz and co at the back for PSG. They lose the ball, Suarez plays a sharp one-two to bear down on Luiz, he nutmegs him with outrageous ease to go clean through on goal and then supplies a hedonistic finish. He bends a shot right into the top corner, right in the corner, when there was no need. He could have just passed it in. But he made sure it was special.
Barca's tactics for the last 15 minutes are as potentially lethal as they are simple. Pull seven men behind the ball and leave Messi, Neymar and Suarez in the PSG half and let them do what they want.
Goal at the City Ground where Gary Gardner has pulled one back for Nottingham Forest with a free-kick against Watford. Its currently Forest 1-2 Watford with less than 15 minutes remaining.
We have entered the showboat zone it appears as Lionel Messi sets out to replicate, if not better, Luis Suarez's solo goal. He beats three men with an ease not seen since Keanu Reeves at the end of the Matrix. He can see time at a different speed. Walks past the PSG defence but fires his shot over the bar.
Messi is the member of Barca's front three who hasn't scored...
Into the last 20 minutes. As it stands PSG will have to score twice in the second leg to make a game of it. They'll have Zlatan back though.
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"Not saying those who rate Cavani are wrong - simply that I have never seen it. Now Luis Suarez on the other hand..."
Edinson Cavani comes to the party! What a strike, that's why he's worth £55m. Superior technique to lash a strike in on goal from 15 yards but Marc-Andre ter Stegen makes a telling save.