Barcelona are heading home with a big lead, and Paris Saint-Germain look all but out of the Champions League after the Blaugrana's 3-1 triumph at Camp Nou.
PSG actually got off to a great start and could have scored early on. Javier Pastore got his feet mixed up on a great chance in the eighth minute when he should have tested Marc-Andre ter Stegen. But from there, Barca took over, and they never looked back.
Lionel Messi hit the post with a curling 20-yard shot in the 14th minute, and the Blaugrana didn't have to wait much longer for their goal. Messi set up Neymar for their first in the 18th minute, finding him with a perfect pass, and Neymar finished easily from 8 yards.
Thiago Silva was injured on the play, and had to exit. Unfortunately for PSG, they didn't have any suitable substitutes, so David Luiz had to come on for him despite not being fully fit.
An injury to Andres Iniesta in the second half threatened to be a big setback for Barcelona, but they doubled their lead fairly quickly. This time, it was Luis Suarez, who picked up a pass from Martin Montoya on the right wing, then proceeded to bulldoze his way through three defenders before scoring. Suarez went on to add a second just 12 minutes later, easily sprinting by a clearly unfit David Luiz, then floating a shot past Salvatore Sirigu.
PSG pulled a goal back through a Gregory van der Wiel shot that deflected off Jeremy Mathieu, but it's likely to be of little consequence. They need to win by three goals -- or two in a goalfest -- at the Camp Nou. That'll be very hard, even with Zlatan Ibrahimovic back in the lineup.
Paris Saint-Germain: Sirigu, Maxwell, Thiago Silva (David Luiz 21'), Marquinhos, van der Wiel, Matuidi, Cabaye, Rabiot (Lucas 65'), Pastore, Cavani, Lavezzi
Goals: van der Wiel (82')
Barcelona: ter Stegen, Alba, Mascherano, Pique, Montoya (Adriano 80'), Busquets, Rakitic (Mathieu 74'), Iniesta (Xavi 53'), Neymar, Messi, Suarez
Goals: Neymar (18'), Suarez (67', 79')