Paris Saint-Germain showcasing their potential as a threatening team in Champions League as they defeated Spanish giant, Barcelona on Tuesday.
Playing without their star striker, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, PSG doesn't seem to have much problem in attacking as they opened the scoring very early trough David Luiz after only 10 minutes.
That lead only lasted for a minute though as Barca got back on level terms from Lionel Messi's fine finish from inside the penalty area.
PSG continue to take advantage over Barcelona's vulnerable defense as the home side regained their lead on 26 minute, this time from Marco Verratti's header.
After the break, both teams continue to put on an attacking display and it was PSG that managed to snatch a third goal from Blaise Matuidi's effort.
Barca didn't give up easily though as they pulled one more goal back, this time from Neymar's strike.
No more goals were scored afterwards as PSG holding on to their slender lead and earned an important three points.