Barcelona counted on its biggest stars to get a gigantic comeback victory over Atlético Madrid on Saturday. Neymar Jr. and Lionel Messi were the goalscorers, and Luis Suárez also played an important part in what turned out to be a fantastic win at Vicente Calderón.
Neymar was one of the stars on Saturday, and his biggest highlight came when he scored a spectacular free-kick to tie the game right after Atleti's goal.
But in his interview after the match, the Brazilian superstar did not wish to comment on his own performance, instead choosing to credit his Argentine teammate for changing the game. Here's a few highlights of his postgame talk:
"When the best plays, everyone ends up playing better. Messi gives something extra to Barça, we know he makes the difference.
Source: Diario Sport
It's so great to see Neymar and Messi killing people together again. They're so great alongside one another, and it's really awesome to see that they respect and appreciate each other. Oh, and there's Suárez too. This 'MSN' thing looks good.