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Summary

  1. Neymar scores from Messi pass
  2. Suarez scores after wonderful mazy run
  3. Suarez nutmegs Luiz then smashes third
  4. Mathieu deflects Van der Wiel's shot into net
  5. Return leg in Barcelona next Tuesday

Live Reporting

By Tom Rostance

All times stated are UK

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  1. Post update

    We're all off to practice our nutmegs after Luis Suarez's sensational stuff tonight. See you soon!

  2. Post update

    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)

  3. 'We have lots of ambition'

    Porto 3-1 Bayern Munich

    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."

  4. Post update

    Paris St-Germain 1-3 Barcelona

    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."

  5. Post update

    Paris St-Germain 1-3 Barcelona

    David Luiz

    Sometimes, a photographer really delivers the goods...

  6. 'We played intelligently'

    Paris St-Germain 1-3 Barcelona

    Luis Suarez

    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."

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    Paris St-Germain 1-3 Barcelona

    Liverpool defender Jose Enrique tweeted: Incredible Barcelona today. Oh my god Luis Suarez today.

  8. Post update

    Paris St-Germain 1-3 Barcelona

    No surprise here but PSG's late goal has now been credited as an own goal to Jeremy Mathieu.

  9. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Paris St-Germain 1-3 Barcelona

    Super Suarez?

    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.

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    Paris St-Germain 1-3 Barcelona

    Suspended Barcelona full-back Dani Alves has posted on Instagram: "Come on team, played very well."

  11. Football League update

    Championship and League Two

    Full-time at Craven Cottage where it has finished Fulham 1-1 Rotherham.

  12. Football League update

    Championship and League Two

    Denny Johnstone celebrates

    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.

  13. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Paris St-Germain 1-3 Barcelona

    Former Liverpool captain Jamie Carragher: "I know Luis Suarez & have played with him. One day hopefully I'll be able to tell my Grandkids."

  14. 'Our style can be dangerous'

    Porto 3-1 Bayern Munich

    Lahm

    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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    Paris St-Germain 1-3 Barcelona

    Former Wales striker Robert Earnshaw tweeted: Suarez is the only man who can nutmeg a mermaid

  16. Have your say

    Simply Suarez

    BBC Radio 5 live

    Luis Suarez showed us again - as if we needed reminding - that he is a sensational talent.

    If you want to rave about the man, now's your chance. Call the 5 live social on 0500 909 693.

  17. 'Anything can happen'

    Paris St-Germain 1-3 Barcelona

    Luis Suarez

    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."

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    Paris St-Germain 1-3 Barcelona

    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.

  19. Post update

    Paris St-Germain 1-3 Barcelona

    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.

  20. Football League update

    Championship and League Two

    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.

  21. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Yohan Cabaye looks dejected

    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.

  22. FULL-TIME

    Paris St-Germain 1-3 Barcelona

    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.

  23. FULL-TIME

    Porto 3-1 Bayern Munich

    Pep Guardiola reacts

    Game over in Porto - an intriguing first-leg score.

    You can follow the reaction from that game in a separate page - click here to follow action from Porto.

  24. Football League update

    Championship and League Two

    Almen Abdi celebrates

    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.

  25. GREAT SAVE!

    Paris St-Germain 1-3 Barcelona

    Lionel Messi, over the wall - good save!

  26. CLOSE!

    Paris St-Germain 1-3 Barcelona

    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...

  27. Post update

    Paris St-Germain 1-3 Barcelona

    Barca playing keep-ball for the final few minutes. Luis Suarez on a hat-trick...

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    Paris St-Germain 1-3 Barcelona

    Tottenham striker Roberto Soldado tweeted: "Suárez amazing!"

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  29. Post update

    Paris St-Germain 1-3 Barcelona

    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...

  30. GOAL

    Paris St-Germain 1-3 Barcelona - Jeremy Mathieu OG

    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.

  31. Post update

    Gary Lineker

    BBC Sport

    "All bow to Luis Suarez. Utterly stupendous!"

  32. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Paris St-Germain 0-3 Barcelona

    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!

  33. GOAL

    Paris St-Germain 0-3 Barcelona - Luis Suarez

    Luis Suarez scores his second goal

    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.

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    Paris St-Germain 0-2 Barcelona

    Telegraph football correspondent Henry Winter tweeted: "Suarez at his very best: running in, all control, determination & pace, taking him past David Luiz, Marquinhos & Maxwell, cool finish. 0-2"

  35. Post update

    Paris St-Germain 0-2 Barcelona

    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.

  36. Football League update

    Championship and League Two

    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.

  37. Post update

    Paris St-Germain 0-2 Barcelona

    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...

  38. Post update

    Paris St-Germain 0-2 Barcelona

    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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    Paris St-Germain 0-2 Barcelona

    Phil McNulty

    BBC Sport chief football writer

    "Not saying those who rate Cavani are wrong - simply that I have never seen it. Now Luis Suarez on the other hand..."

  40. GREAT SAVE!

    Paris St-Germain 0-2 Barcelona

    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.

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    Paris St-Germain 0-2 Barcelona

    PSG missing Zlatan?

    James Bornstein: If big Ibrahimovic was leading the line instead of Cavanu I think we would be in a different situation now.

    Chris Rod: Cavani is and always will be a poacher, Ibrahimovic is a monster! For all those saying PSG didn't need him.

    Aran: Criticism at Cavani being terrible in big games but why doesn't Zlatan? How often does he turn up in big games?

  42. GOAL

    Paris St-Germain 0-2 Barcelona - Luis Suarez

    Luis Suarez celebrates

    Look away now Liverpool fans. Your ex-love is doing it on the biggest stage. And it's beautiful.

    Genius. This is absolutely brilliant from Luis Suarez, who nutmegs David Luiz out on the right wing, checking back inside with such a sharp touch to drive into the box, two more PSG defenders converge, he jags through the smallest of gaps and squeezes off an early strike which Salvatore Sirigu can't keep out. Tie over?

  43. SUBSTITUTION

    Paris St-Germain 0-1 Barcelona

    PSGg nned answers fast and they turn to another Brazilian, the lightning-quick Lucas on for Adrien Rabiot. Get your wheels turning Lucas old boy or this tie could be out of sight.

    Since he came on, by the way, Xavi has made as many passes as Luis Suarez has all game. He could form the basis of the ultimate 5-a-side team with Paul Scholes. You'd never get the ball.

  44. GOAL

    Porto 3-1 Bayern Munich - Jackson Martinez (65 mins)

    Huge goal for Porto, who continue to throw a huge Iberian cat amongst the Bavarian pigeons. Jackson Martinez with a great touch to go round the keeper and score.

    You can follow minute-by-minute updates on that game in a separate page - click here to follow action from Porto.

  45. Iniesta injury

    Paris St-Germain 0-1 Barcelona

    Iniesta

    AS tweeted: Iniesta just has a knock, says Barça's medical team.

  46. Post update

    Paris St-Germain 0-1 Barcelona

    PSG spent £55m on Edinson Cavani which cannot be viewed as good business on tonight's showing. He needs to repay some of that fee in the last half an hour or PSG could be heading out at the last-eight phase once more.

  47. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Paris St-Germain 0-1 Barcelona

    Eurofoot: Those who are saying how PSG should play are missing a key point - Barca are not letting them play through talent and their hard work.

    Shohidur Rahman: Once again Cavani has been absolutely horrific in a big game.

    ANIRBAN JYOTI MONDAL: Zlatan is irreplaceable for PSG. PSG really missing him.

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  48. Post update

    Paris St-Germain 0-1 Barcelona

    Edinson Cavani thinks he's offside when he's over the top - play to the whistle! How infuriating, and the fans get on his case too. Quite right. A frustrating display from the number nine on a night when his side needed him to raise his game.

  49. YELLOW CARD

    Paris St-Germain 0-1 Barcelona

    Lionel Messi is booked

    Lionel Messi lunges in late and he's booked by Mark Clattenburg. One for Clatts to tick off the ref's wishlist. Scrappy game now, a few tasty tackles coming in but Barca have all the hallmarks of a side which are happy to take a 1-0 lead into the second leg. Bank the away goal and good night.

  50. SUBSTITUTION

    Paris St-Germain 0-1 Barcelona - Iniesta off

    Andres Iniesta receives treatment

    Andres Iniesta's injury was not as innocuous as it looked, he has to go off on a stretcher and Xavi comes on to replace him. His 147th appearance in the Champions League - equal with Iker Casillas.

    Xavi comes off the bench
  51. Post update

    Paris St-Germain 0-1 Barcelona

    Another 20-yard effort for PSG, they are trying their arm from range more often in this second half. Adrien Rabiot drags a shot toward goal but it's tame. Andres Iniesta needs some treatment as George Weah looks on.

    Legend.

  52. Football League update

    Championship and League Two

    In the Championship the second half has just got under way at the City Ground where goals from Odion Ighalo and Matthew Connolly have given Watford a 2-0 lead against Nottingham Forest. Watford are level on points with second placed Norwich, but kept out of the automatic promotion places on goal difference, a few more tonight and that could all change. Elsewhere it's half-time at Craven Cottage where it's Fulham 0-1 Rotherham.

    It's also half-time in League Two where Carlisle are winning 1-0 away to league leaders Burton.

  53. Post update

    Paris St-Germain 0-1 Barcelona

    Javier Pastore prepares to shoot

    That's better! Javier Pastore hits a long-ranger. dipping strike from 25 yards which is pushed away not particularly convincingly by Marc-Andre ter Stegen in the Barca goal. The crowd are re-ignited.

  54. Post update

    Paris St-Germain 0-1 Barcelona

    Edinson Cavani's second touch has regularly been a tackle tonight and he again loses the ball down in the corner. He must be a great player, must be. But I've never seen him convince.

  55. Post update

    Paris St-Germain 0-1 Barcelona

    And we are back up and running in Paris.

  56. KICK-OFF

    Porto 2-1 Bayern Munich

    Back in play at the Estadio Dragao. Marvellous.

    You can follow minute-by-minute updates on that game in a separate page - click here to follow action from Porto.

  57. Post update

    Paris St-Germain 0-1 Barcelona

    James McArthur says 4-0, let's see. The sides are back out, PSG need to find a way back into the game.

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    Paris St-Germain 0-1 Barcelona

    Crystal Palace's James McArthur tweeted: "Barca gonna win 3 or 4-0 here. Psg without big players"

  59. The heat is on

    Paris St-Germain 0-1 Barcelona

    Neymar

    With Neymar's for Barcelona. He has been involved plenty. The best player on the pitch in that first half.

  60. The heat is (not) on

    Paris St-Germain 0-1 Barcelona

    Cavani

    Compare this heat map which shows Edinson Cavani's lack of involvement up front for PSG...

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    Paris St-Germain 0-1 Barcelona

    Thoughts on that half?

    Eamon Cassidy: No Ibrahimovic, no Verratti and no Thiago Silva, PSG are missing their spine.

    Kyle Swann: I wonder why PSG are just clearing the ball and making no attack. They should try and pass it round Barcelona and score.

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  62. HALF-TIME

    Paris St-Germain 0-1 Barcelona

    Laurent Blanc

    PSG glad to only be one down after a first-half schooling from Barcelona. The Catalans could end this tie tonight in the second half.

  63. HALF-TIME

    Porto 2-1 Bayern Munich

    As well poised as it gets in Porto.

    Remember, you can follow minute-by-minute updates on that game in a separate page - click here to follow action from Porto.

  64. Post update

    Paris St-Germain 0-1 Barcelona

    Edinson Cavani tries an over head kick

    Edinson Cavani hooks a spectacular overhead kick wide, but he's a yard offside. He shouldn't be to be honest.

  65. Football League update

    Championship and League Two

    Matthew Connolly celebrates

    Watford have now gone 2-0 up against Nottingham Forest in the Championship. Matthew Connolly scored the Hornets' second. As it stands Watford are level on points with Norwich who are second, but have an inferior goal difference to the Canaries who have scored one goal more.

  66. Post update

    Paris St-Germain 0-1 Barcelona

    PSG have a ragged minute and they are lucky not to go two down. First, they over-commit at a corner and a better pass from Neymar would have sent Lionel Messi in on goal from the halfway line.

    Then, David Luiz has one of his 'Playstation' moments, charging out of position to the left and being tackled by Luis Suarez. Suarez is short of support so tries to chip Salvatore Sirigu from 25 yards, but Sirigu covers his ground to save.

    He lands on his shoulder and needs treatment though. More injury problems for the hosts? He'll see it through to half-time at least.

  67. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Paris St-Germain 0-1 Barcelona

    Cam Bam: A player like Carrick would make this PSG team one Of the best with his ability to pass forward and his passing range.

    Live: Against a team like Barcelona, you can't just go all attack without solid defending when the ball is lost esp. with Thiaggo Silva out.

    Belete Eshetea: From Bad to Worse-PSG a goal down and without their captain. Mission improbable?

  68. Post update

    Paris St-Germain 0-1 Barcelona

    The Paris crowd finally get behind their team as we tick over the 40-minute barrier. Blaise Matuidi tries to take the fight to Barca but the Spanish side are serene in defence, Javier Mascherano dictating the back-four's movements.

  69. Post update

    Paris St-Germain 0-1 Barcelona

    Iniesta

    Love this from AS: "Iniesta's touch is the footballing equivalent of Leonard Cohen's secret chord."

    Hallelujah indeed. Iniesta back to his feet after that Yohan Cabaye reducer. You don't really care for music, do you Yohan?

  70. YELLOW CARD

    Paris St-Germain 0-1 Barcelona

    Yohan Cabaye with a meaty challenge in midfield, lunging in on Andres Iniesta and leaving one on him. That was naughty. Mark Clattenburg quick to whip out the card.

  71. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Paris St-Germain 0-1 Barcelona

    Stavros Makrozachopo: I really don't understand PSG's approach. Since they are behind why not have a go at Barca, instead of waiting back and defend?

    Ahmed Safwan Shah: Wonder if Zlatan still thinks PSG are too good to be playing in France.

    DeathApeDisco: Cavani's price tag and wages baffle me. Time and again he fluffs big moments in the Champions League.

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  72. Post update

    Paris St-Germain 0-1 Barcelona

    Lovely play from Maxwell as he whips in a cross on the run to the near post, Edinson Cavani gets across Javier Mascherano but he can't generate any power on his left-footed volley. Fine play from the PSG left-back who has had some career hasn't he?

  73. YELLOW CARD

    Paris St-Germain 0-1 Barcelona

    Gerard Pique is booked

    Gerard Pique goes into the book for the sort of tackle you want your defender to make, a cynical stop on halfway.

    Not one member of the Barca squad is a booking away from a suspension. Squeaky clean.

  74. Football League update

    Championship and League Two

    Big goal towards the bottom of the Championship as Rotherham take the lead against Fulham at Craven Cottage. Matt Derbyshire's fourth-minute goal has moved the visitors above the Cottagers as it stands. Elsewhere it's Nottingham Forest 0-1 Watford and in League Two it's Burton 0-1 Carlisle.

  75. Post update

    Paris St-Germain 0-1 Barcelona

    My doubts over the clinical nature of Edinson Cavani continue. Ezequiel Lavezzi picks it up on the left, turns inside and releases Cavani into an ocean of space. A good first touch and he's in on goal, but it's a horror, bobbling off his shins and allowing Javier Maschreano to make a heroic sliding intervention.

    For all the money Cavani has cost, he should be doing better. Great chance for PSG. Zlatan would have buried that.

  76. GOAL

    Porto 2-1 Bayern Munich - Thiago (28 mins)

    Thiago scores
    Image caption: Thiago's goal v FC Porto was his first for FC Bayern in 415 days. He last scored against Hannover in February 2014

    Bayern Munich are back in the game with a key away goal as former Barca man Thiago steers in.

    You can follow minute-by-minute updates on that game in a separate page - click here to follow action from Porto.

  77. Post update

    Paris St-Germain 0-1 Barcelona

    Neymar has brought his dancing shoes tonight. He cuts in from that station on the left and beats two men easily before dragging a low shot at the body of Salvatore Sirigu. It's almost silent at the Parc des Princes.

  78. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Paris St-Germain 0-1 Barcelona

    Madan Roka: Yes, I can definitely see Neymar winning the Ballon d'Or in the near future. but still probably after Messi retires.

    Jeremiah Kariuki: The goal by Neymar may be the opening of the flood gate!

    Chris Rod: Horrible defending by PSG.

    Stavros Makrozachopo: I really don't understand PSG's approach. Since they are behind why not have a go at Barca, instead of waiting back and defend?

  79. Post update

    Paris St-Germain 0-1 Barcelona

    Barca have now scored 11 away goals in the Champions League this season (more than any other side), but only three players have scored them (Lionel Messi, Luis Suarez and Neymar.)

    That's what they're paid for.

  80. SUBSTITUTION

    Paris St-Germain 0-1 Barcelona

    A huge cheer as David Luiz does come on to take his place at the back. This is a double gamble though.

    1. David Luiz needs to be able to defend here. And

    2. He's only 10 days into a recovery from a hamstring injury which was supposed to take a month.

    A half-fit David Luiz against this Barca attack?

  81. Post update

    Paris St-Germain 0-1 Barcelona

    To make matters worse for PSG captain Thiago Silva limped off in the aftermath of that goal. David Luiz isn't on yet so PSG have 10 men.

  82. GOAL

    Paris St-Germain 0-1 Barcelona - Neymar

    Neymar celebrates
    Image caption: Neymar has scored in his three Champions League games against PSG (three goals)

    Bad defending is catching across Europe. This is a goal right off the textbook as Barca win the ball back and the transition is frightening. It's three on three, Lionel Messi running at the centre-backs and picking out Neymar to his left, the Brazilian taking one touch and gliding the ball into the corner.

    Thierry Henry-esque.

  83. Post update

    Paris St-Germain 0-0 Barcelona

    Laurent Blanc has already chewed his thumbnail down to the quick as he sends David Luiz out to warm up...

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    Ohigho Musa: PSG lack that fighting and aggressive spirit that can take the game to Barcelona's half. I see Barca taking this game.

    Belete Eshetea: Hey City, this is how you play against Barcelona.

    Neil Roddis: Jordi Alba blatantly dived in penalty area, why no yellow card?

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  85. Post update

    Paris St-Germain 0-0 Barcelona

    That was baffling defending from PSG. As inexcusable as the full-back who allows Arjen Robben to cut inside from the right wing on to his left foot.

    PSG looking scruffy at the back as now Neymar reads the bouncing ball and gets a shot away, but he skies it.

  86. HITS THE WOODWORK

    Paris St-Germain 0-0 Barcelona

    Andres Iniesta conducting the early play for Barca with 13 passes in 13 minutes. And now Lionel Messi hits the post!

    You've got to close him down! Who doesn't close Lionel Messi down 25 yards out? Madness. Marquinhos inexplicably allows Messi to take a touch and set himself and the Barca number 10 curls a shot against the post.

  87. Football League update

    Championship and League Two

    In the Championship Watford have taken an early lead against Nottingham Forest at the City Ground. Nigerian striker Odion Ighalo scoring a fourth minute header.

    In League Two Danny Grainger has scored a free-kick after two minutes to put Carlisle in front against the league leaders Burton Albion.

  88. GOAL

    Porto 2-0 Bayern Munich - Ricardo Quaresma (10 mins)

    Ricardo Quaresma celebrates

    Well now, this is a right turn-up for the books. Bayern Munich have momentarily forgotten how to defend as Dante messes up this time, Ricardo Quaresma cashing in with his second of the night.

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  89. CLOSE!

    Paris St-Germain 0-0 Barcelona

    Eric Cantona recently said that Javier Pastore was the best player in the world but he's had a mare here! PSG's first attack of the night sees Maxwell pick him out but he has a complete air-kick, the ball hitting the ankle of his standing leg. He was only eight yards out.

    Think Andy Cole on his England debut. (I think).

  90. Post update

    Paris St-Germain 0-0 Barcelona

    If anyone knows how to get the ball off Barcelona, the biggest jobs in Europe are yours. Nobody has mastered the art of stopping the Barca carousel in full swing and it's the men in garish yellow seeing all of the ball so far.

  91. PENALTY APPEAL

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    Jordi Alba speaks with Thiago Silva

    Barca half-heartedly appeal for a spot-kick but that is a poor dive from Jordi Alba, he went down in instalments under Thiago Silva's 'challenge'. Stay on your feet!

  92. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    We want to know your dream Premier League players

    Romario scored 1,000 goals in his 22-year career, but the Brazilian striker never set foot in the Premier League. Who else, past or present, do you wish had come to England?

    John McEnerney: Paolo Maldini & Xavi Hernandez both class acts who would've been majestic in the Premiership as they were in La Liga and Serie A!

    Zred: Romario would've shattered all the scoring records in English football.

    Girish Santhosh: Would have loved Iniesta in the Premier league. Would have proved talent is foremost and pace is secondary.

    David Vincent Hunt: Javier Zanetti would have been an absolute joy to watch in the English game. He just had so much class.

  93. GOAL

    Porto 1-0 Bayern Munich - Ricardo Quaresma (Pen 3 mins)

    Ricardo Quaresma scores a penalty

    What a start for Porto! Former Chelsea forward Ricardo Quaresma strokes home a very early penalty to kick-start that tie into life.

    You can follow minute-by-minute updates on that game in a separate page - click here to follow action from Porto.

  94. Post update

    Paris St-Germain 0-0 Barcelona

    Strong start from Barca as you'd expect, Ivan Rakitic on the ball a lot in the opening stages. Not short of a tackler in the PSG side though.

  95. KICK-OFF

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    Champions League

    We are up and running in Paris too. Barca in a lime green/fluorescent yellow number.

  96. Post update

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    Anthem time! Lionel Messi is back of the line for Barca as the sides go through the pre-match hand slaps. Barca will get at least one away goal tonight won't they?

  97. Text us on 81111

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    Tell us which player, past or present, would you have like to have seen handle a cold night at the Britannia stadium?

    Chris in Caerphilly: I know a lot of attention will go on attacking players, but Paolo Maldini was sheer class. In the AC Milan side at 16 and stayed there...Ferguson tried but never got his man and that was the Premier League's loss.

    Matt, Northamptonshire: Whilst he was at AC Milan in his pomp (2005-2007) has to be Kaka, Rio Ferdinand says he is the only player he's ever seen quicker with the ball than without!

    Will, London: Christian Vieri - absolute beast in the air, strong, lethal finisher and criminally underrated.

    Paolo Maldini
    Image caption: Paolo Maldini won five European Cups at AC Milan

    So we want the AC Milan side of 2005-7 in the Premier League? Kaka ruined Manchester United that time...

  98. Post update

    Paris St-Germain v Barcelona (19:45 BST)

    Clatts, flying the English flag once more into the latter stages. Go on son.

  99. LINE-UPS

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    Luis Suarez warms up

    PSG: Sirigu, van der Wiel, Thiago Silva, Marquinhos, Maxwell, Rabiot, Cabaye, Matuidi, Lavezzi, Cavani, Pastore. Subs: Douchez, Camara, Lucas Moura, Bahebeck, Digne, Luiz, Kimpembe.

    Barcelona: ter Stegen, Montoya, Pique, Mascherano, Jordi Alba, Rakitic, Busquets, Iniesta, Messi, Suarez, Neymar. Subs: Bravo, Xavi, Pedro, Rafinha, Bartra, Adriano, Mathieu.

    Referee: Mark Clattenburg (Tyne & Wear)

  100. Post update

    Paris St-Germain v Barcelona (19:45 BST)

    French Ligue 1

    Bad news for PSG before they even kick-off - they've been replaced at the top of Ligue 1 as Lyon have beat Bastia in a bizarrely-timed kick-off.

  101. Post update

    Gabriel Batistuta! Great shout. He would have been made for the English game.

  102. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

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    Who would be your dream player, past or present, to see in the Premier League?

    Sam doing: Always thought Gabriel Batistuta would have been incredible in the EPL with his style of play. Best finisher of the 90's!

    Matt Wilkinson: Wild card for player to play in Premier League Hugo Sanchez would have scored for fun! Great poacher. Liverpool need him now!!

    Patrick Johnson: Would have loved to seen Andrea Pirlo in the Premier League. Makes the game look so easy.

    Darren Smith: Puskas, English football would have progressed in a totally different direction (for the better)

  103. What next for Klopp?

    German Bundesliga

    Jurgen Klopp

    Today's breaking news in Europe was the announcement that Borussia Dortmund supremo Jurgen Klopp will leave the Bundesliga club at the end of the season.

    Where will he go next? We asked around and the conclusion was that nobody really knows...

  104. Post update

    Porto v Bayern Munich (19:45 BST)

    This Bayern Munich performance has been brought to you by the letter....

    Sesame Street

    Like a footballing Sesame Street, Pep Guardiola delivers an entertaining tactical lesson every game according to the club's chief executive Karl-Heinz Rummenigge.

    "Pep doesn't just have a plan A, B or C, he has the whole alphabet from top to bottom," he purred during the week.

    Porto, unbeaten in the competition this season, will be trying to prevent the German champions from reaching a fourth successive Champions League semi-final.

    You can follow minute-by-minute updates on that game in a separate page - click here to follow action from Porto.

  105. Post update

    Paris St-Germain v Barcelona (19:45 BST)

    Barcelona's last eight away goals in the Champions League have been scored by Luis Suarez (3) or Lionel Messi (5).

  106. Tonight in Scotland...

    Celtic v Kilmarnock & Livingston v Rangers

    If the Champions League or Championship aren't your thing why not try your luck with the football taking place in Scotland tonight? It is an Old Firm-fest. Celtic are hoping to move closer to another title as they host Kilmarnock, while Rangers travel to Livingston hoping to move into second place in the league below. It's in text commentary form and it is live.

  107. Post update

    Paris St-Germain v Barcelona (19:45 BST)

    Lionel Messi

    Lionel Messi is out to warm up at the Parc des Princes - a goal tonight will see him go once more back out in front at the list of leading Champions League goalscorers. He's currently level with Cristiano Ronaldo on 75.

  108. 300 up for Pique

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    Barcelona's Pique

    Gerard Pique is making his 300th appearance for Barcelona tonight since signing from Manchester United in 2008. The 28-year-old has gone on to win four league titles and two Champions Leagues at the Nou Camp.

    Did Sir Alex Ferguson let him go because he had Jonny Evans coming through? Or have I dreamt that?

  109. Post update

    Zinedine Zidane - another man who was 'close' to joining Blackburn if you believe the gossip.

    Zidane wins this debate doesn't he? For 10 years or so he was an absolute genius. If he came to England he'd probably have been asked to play on the left wing though...

  110. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

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    We are asking you which players, past or present, who have never played in England would you have like to see in the Premier League? A certain Frenchman is a popular pick...

    Matt Wilkinson: Zinedine Zidane would have been tailor made for English football. Class act.

    Joe Salter: Zidane without shadow of a doubt world class touch that would rival Ronaldo.

    Joe Scott: Would have loved to see Ronaldinho in the Premier League! He is absolutely awesome.

    Zidane
    Image caption: French World Cup winner Zidane won the Champions League in 2002 with Real Madrid
  111. Post update

    Paris St-Germain v Barcelona (19:45 BST)

    Half an hour until kick-off in Paris, where the weather looks set fair. Last night we were short of goals but high on drama, what will this evening serve up?

  112. Post update

    That's the spirit Steven, Ronaldinho could still happen. If Blackburn get back up it's nailed on this time around. He was close to finding a house in Clitheroe last time.

  113. Text us on 81111

    We asked which player you would have liked to have seen in the Premier League - lots of love for Ronny.

    Qasim, Leicester: Has to be Ronaldhino - made the game look easy with his dancing feet. Also that goofy smile would light up the Premier League and make you forgot about your teams woes.

    Steven in Derry: An obvious one which technically could still happen but I would have loved to have seen Ronaldinho in England. Never has a player left me in awe of the audacity of his skill like him. Wet, Wednesday night in Stoke would have been all the better.

    Mickey G. London: Pippo Inzaghi - Goal poacher supreme. Never got the hang of the offside rule, though.

    Get in touch at #bbcfootball, pop on to the BBC Sport Facebook page or BBC Sport's Google+ area.

    You can also text us on 81111 in the UK only - don't forget to say who you are and where you are texting from.

  114. Messi's miserable year?

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    "It was a year I have tried to forget quickly."

    When you're (one of) the world's best player(s) - possibly ever - you have to live up to very, very high standards.

    Lionel Messi
    Image caption: Lionel Messi has been directly involved in more goals (8 goals, 3 assists) than any other player in this season's Champions League

    So 2014 is a year Lionel Messi has chosen to write off. And he's certainly been in better form this season.

    He was only named the best player of the World Cup and scored 41 times for Barca last year. Rubbish...

  115. Post update

    Paris St-Germain v Barcelona (19:45 BST)

    Interesting that Luis Enrique has replaced Jeremy Mathieu at centre-half tonight and gone for the greater mobility of Javier Mascherano at the back. Edinson Cavani will no doubt keep him honest - but does the Uruguayan flatter to deceive at the top level?

    Doesn't score enough for me.

  116. Team News

    Paris St-Germain v Barcelona (19:45 BST)

    Barcelona make their customary keeper change for the Champions League, with Marc-Andre ter Stegen replacing Claudio Bravo. Dani Alves serves a one-match suspension and so Martin Montoya starts at right-back, while Javier Mascherano is selected at centre-back ahead of Jeremy Mathieu.

    PSG's already-mentioned suspension woes dictate changes for this game. In total they make five from the team that won the French League Cup on Saturday, which also saw them rest key players. Edinson Cavani is shouldering a greater burden in attack in the absence of Zlatan Ibrahimovic, with former Newcastle man Yohan Cabaye coming in to midfield. Gregory van der Wiel returns at right-back, while Salvatore Sirigu takes the place of Nicolas Douchez in goal.

    Barcelona starting XI: Ter Stegen, Montoya, Pique, Rakitic, Busquets, Iniesta, Suarez, Messi, Neymar, Mascherano, Alba.

    Paris St-Germain starting XI: Sirigu, Van der Wiel, Thiago Silva, Marquinhos, Maxwell, Rabiot, Cabaye, Matuidi, Lavezzi, Cavani, Pastore.

    A Barcelona fan with a Messi shirt on outside the ground
    Image caption: Barcelona are yet to win a European game away in France since October 2001 which was a 3-2 win against Lyon
  117. Football League tonight

    In the Championship, fourth-placed Watford could move on level points with Norwich in the second automatic promotion place if they beat Nottingham Forest at the City Ground.

    At the bottom of the table, Fulham in 20th, face Rotherham, 21st, at Craven Cottage. The Cottagers are six points above the relegation zone while their visitors are four points from the drop. A win for either side will go a long way to guaranteeing Championship football next season.

    League Two leaders Burton Albion can move within one match of promotion if they beat Carlisle at the Pirelli Stadium. Wins for Bury and Southend on Tuesday mean the earliest Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink's side can be promoted is Saturday - assuming they beat Carlisle.

  118. Previous meetings

    Paris St-Germain v Barcelona (19:45 BST)

    These two sides know plenty about each other, having met in this year's group stage.

    David Beckham

    PSG won their home game 3-2, with Blaise Matuidi netting the winner, while Barca's holy trinity of Lionel Messi, Luis Suarez and Neymar all scored in a 3-1 win at the Nou Camp before Christmas.

    The sides also met in the quarter-finals two years ago, Barca going through on away goals after a 2-2 draw at the Parc des Princes and a 1-1 draw at the Nou Camp.

  119. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

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    Zlatan Ibrahimovic is suspended tonight but he's still the talk of the town. That's what a rockstar does.

    He's 33 now and is unlikely to ever play in the Premier League - unless Big Sam gets the Bolton retirement home business back up and running next season - which is undoubtedly a shame for fans of the English game.

    But which other players - past or present - who have never played in England would you love to see in the Premier League?

    I want names and more importantly, reasons.

    Get in touch at #bbcfootball, pop on to the BBC Sport Facebook page or BBC Sport's Google+ area.

    You can also text us on 81111 in the UK only - don't forget to say who you are and where you are texting from.

    Ronaldo
    Image caption: For my money Ronaldo would have torn the Premier League apart in his heyday. Who would you like to see in the Premier League?

    My own personal choice? Ronaldo. He was a phenomenon in the late 1990s. Absolutely brilliant...

  120. Post update

    Paris St-Germain v Barcelona (19:45 BST)

    Coaches Laurent Blanc and Luis Enrique should be able to share a few friendly words across the technical area this week - the two were briefly Barca team-mates back in the 1996-97 season.

    PSG boss Blanc may have ended his career as a dawdling centre-half at Manchester United but was peerless at his best, a brilliant reader of the game and a high-class distributor too.

    Luis Enrique

    Barca coach Enrique was - as fans of a certain management game of the era will recall - a very versatile player but mainly used in midfield. What a player, what a kit!

  121. Barca ne bénéficient pas de France...

    Paris St-Germain v Barcelona (19:45 BST)

    So PSG are formidable at home, and Barcelona are rather impotent in France.

    For a side who have laid waste to most of Europe in recent times their record across the Pyrenees is surprisingly tame.

    Xavi

    Barca have not won in their last four visits, although three of those were drawn.

    They last won on French soil at Lyon in the 2001-02 group stage, Xavi playing in a 3-2 victory. He's still going strong. Can he be part of another big win tonight? He's on the bench.

  122. Fortress Parc des Princes

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    How can PSG beat Barcelona tonight?

    Well, for starters, their home record is nothing short of outstanding.

    Laurent Blanc's side are unbeaten in 33 European home games - winning 22 - with their last defeat a 4-2 loss to Hapoel Tel-Aviv in the old Uefa Cup way back in November 2006.

    David Hellebuyck
    Image caption: Full marks to anyone who knows anything about David Hellebuyck

    And that was a very different - pre Qatar money - side. Made up of the likes of David Hellebuyck and Pierre-Alain Frau. Well exactly...

  123. Stage set in Paris

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    Henry Winter Twitter picture

    Daily Telegraph football correspondent Henry Winter has posted this picture on Twitter, adding: "Glorious evening at Parc des Princes. Another playground for Messi?

  124. No Zlatan, no party?

    Paris St-Germain v Barcelona (19:45 BST)

    When you are playing Barcelona for a place in the last four of the Champions League you could really do with your talisman.

    Zlatan

    Paris St-Germain need Zlatan Ibrahimovic - but tonight he is suspended.

    They need the sort of guy who says that France don't even deserve to have a team like PSG.

    The sort of guy who gets annoyed by being named the second-best Swedish sportsman of all time and says "I would have been No 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 - with due respect to the others."

    Zlatan

    The sort of guy who stole his manager's bike as a child to save a 5km walk to training.

    But more importantly, the sort of guy who has scored 43 Champions League goals and won titles in the Netherlands, Italy, Spain and France.

    PSG have no Zlatan tonight, but do PSG have a chance? You bet...