A fired-up Lionel Messi has led Barcelona to a 3-1 win at home to Napoli on Saturday for a 4-2 aggregate victory which took the club into the Champions League quarter-finals for the 13th consecutive season where they face Bayern Munich.
The first half ended in dramatic fashion, with Messi having a goal ruled out by VAR for handball, before both sides were awarded penalties in added time.
To further complicate matters, Barca coach Quique Setien was without midfielders Sergio Busquets and Arturo Vidal through suspension, although Frenkie De Jong returned after injury.
Indeed, Barca's biggest scare of the evening came when Messi went down from a heavy kick to his calf in winning a penalty against Kalidou Koulibaly, which Suarez stepped in to convert as his captain received treatment.
"He took a strong hit, but he looks okay".
The 33-year-old has scored all types of goals for Barcelona and Argentina, but nine teams have the honour of having faced the six-time Ballon d'Or victor without him scoring against them.
"They are the team with the most possession in Serie A and have a great defence, while they can harm you going forward".
Napoli, whose own league season only finished last weekend, should have had the advantage of rhythm but a disastrous first half left them with too much to do.
"It's true they had us compromised in the opening minutes".
"We were very good and we deserved the victory".
The other teams to have denied Messi are Rubin Kazan, Benfica, Udinese, Al Saad, Xerez, Cádiz, Murcia and Gramenet. We should've scored two goals early, yet we conceded instead.
Barca beat Bayern in the semifinals in 2015, the previous year it won the competition, which avenged a 7-0 thrashing on aggregate at the hands of the Germans in the last four in 2013.