Luis Suarez says "goals will come" after stellar Lyon showing goes unr

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Luis Suarez says "goals will come" after stellar Lyon showing goes unr

Suarez then rounded Lyon goalkeeper Anthony Lopes to lay on a flawless pass for the unmarked Philippe Coutinho to nudge into an open net and double Barca's lead, although Lyon hauled themselves back into contention with a second-half strike from Lucas Tousart.

Like it or not, comparisons will always be made between two of the greatest footballers of all-time, Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi.

Barca joined Juve in the last eight after Messi's two goals and two assists inspired a 5-1 rout of Lyon at Camp Nou on Wednesday. "We spent minutes of suffering, [but] with 3-1 everything calmed down".

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On the penalty, which Suarez won following a foul by Jason Denayer, the Uruguayan admitted: "I stepped on him without meaning to and I think after that he destabilised me". "We've all done well to get through". Messi, is now eighteen goals behind his biggest rival, but he does have the advantage when it comes to this season's tournament.

The shadow rivalry could easily turn into a head-to-head, but more likely the Italian and Spanish giants will first have to overcome the four English teams that now make up half of the draw.

He continued to torment the visitors, gifting defender Pique a sliding tap-in with a handsome pass and then setting up substitute Dembele.

"We don't want to choose one [side] because they're all really tough", Messi said.

The draw for the quarter-finals will take place at the House of European Football in Nyon, Switzerland, on Friday. "He has instinctive talent".

"It was a Champions League match and in this type of game it is normal that we have moments of tension and pressure because they tend to be very fair results". He's a genius and can do things that nobody else can.