That's it from us. Two very different games tonight. Barcelona v Celta Vigo had some truly wonderful football; Fiorentina v Inter Milan had compelling drama. Thanks for being with us. We'll see you soon.
Olateru Olu: I don't have words to qualify Messi Neymar Suarez , they are too good to be in a team together.
Jamie Bell: Impossibly, Barcelona are now even better than they were under Guardiola.
Joe young: As a Liverpool fan, watching Suarez here is heartbreaking.
adam wallace: Some people give flowers for valentines Messi gives assists.
Of course, you're all talking about Barcelona tonight. And who can blame you?
It will be fascinating to know what Inter manager Roberto Mancini made of the decision to send off full-back Alex Telles with eight minutes left. Telles looked a little unlucky to pick up a second yellow card after he was judged to have brought down Federico Bernardeschi.
Fiorentina boss Paulo Sousa, though, deserves great credit for substitutions that changed the game. Cristian Tello just wasn't producing on the wing: Mauro Zarate's introduction was the catalyst for the comeback. What a pity that Zarate's indiscipline meant he failed to see out the game.
Fiorentina hang on through more than five minutes of stoppage time, and their reward is to climb up to third - which, in Serie A, is the final Champions League qualification spot.
Seriously, this is a bonkers finish. Mauro Zarate, having just played a part in the winner, grabs Jeison Murillo by the neck in an off-the-ball incident, spotted by one of the assistants, and is dismissed. We finish with 10-a-side.
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Ah, you can keep your Barcelona dream football. This is where the drama is. Khomua Babacar, on the pitch for three minutes, has surely won the match.
It's another substitute, Mauro Zarate, who claims an assist, with a shot that Samir Handanovic should hold but doesn't, and Babacar bundles in the loose ball from about three feet. Paulo Sousa raises his arms aloft.
Fiorentina boss Paulo Sousa responds with a double change of his own in a bid to force a late win. Tino Costa is on for Matias Vecino, and Khouma Babacar replaces Josip Ilicic.
Inter boss Roberto Mancini, in order to shore things up following that red card, has brought off forward Rodrigo Palacio and sent on defender Danilo D'Ambrosio.
Inter are down to 10 men for the final eight minutes. Full-back Alex Telles, booked early on, is shown a second yellow after he is judged to have brought down Federico Bernardeschi. It looks a soft decision. Danny Simpson probably knows how Telles feels.
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Apparently that would have been Lionel Messi's 300th La Liga goal if he had buried THAT penalty. But instead showed his selflessness by teeing up Luis Suarez for the hat-trick. What a man.
A very different type of game in Serie A, meanwhile. Inter defender Jeison Murillo needs cotton wool stuffing up his nose to stem the blood after being clattered accidentally by Nikola Kalinic's elbow. Then La Viola striker Kalinic is booked for lifting his boot into keeper Samir Handanovic while chasing a through ball. From the sublime...
Ayo Obit: This Barcelona team are on a different level to anything else at the moment!
alan windworth: This is the greatest Football team I have ever seen.
Thomas Broadley: There are no words to describe what just happened in that second half from Barca.
All over! Barcelona restore their three-point lead at the top of La Liga with a performance more stylish than London Fashion Week.
No wonder their players are grinning like Cheshire Cats at the final whistle.
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No Neymar, no party. The Brazil star finally joins his mates Messi and Suarez on the scoresheet, clipping into the net from the left side of the box after his run was picked out by Suarez.
We're seeing more tricks at the Nou Camp then you'd see at the circus which has just pitched up in town. Celta would rather be inside a lion's cage. They're getting mauled and just want to go home.
It's a very decent game at the Stadio Artemio Franchi, but I'm afraid we can't compete with the Harlem Globetrotters stuff going on at the Nou Camp. Fiorentina are back on top after their equaliser, and they have a penalty appeal rejected as Alex Telles handles after the ball is driven at him. Then Josip Ilicic, with a free-kick in a central position 25 yards out, skies it. No doubt Lionel Messi would have found the top corner. With a backheel.
Dave Wood: Henry & Pires take note. That's how you take a penalty!
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Barca are taking the mick...Celta have imploded. Hat-trick hero Luis Suarez turns provider, picking out the run of substitute Ivan Rakitic through the middle. The Croatia midfielder dinks in the fifth. Easy peasy.