There weren't enough superlatives to describe Lionel Messi's fantastic display against Bayern Munich, but Twitter gave it a good go...
Lionel Messi was truly sensational, as he found the keys to finally unlock the Bayern Munich defence.
A great clinical finish in the 77th minute, followed by a sublime, magical goal from the Argentine maestro in the 80th, chipping arguably the best goalkeeper in the world, marked his wonderful display.
Just to top things off, his impact on the game and the result, was crowned by an assist, as Neymar scored the third for Barcelona in stoppage time.
Messi's display left countless observers hailing the exceptional talent, he so majestically displayed at the Camp Nou.
A genuine recital from the 28-year-old superstar, which left BBC pundit Gary Lineker, drooling at such a fantastic performance, not least with his final tweet...
Resisting the urge to eulogise Messi is very difficult. He's ridiculously good.— Gary Lineker (@GaryLineker) May 6, 2015
It's such a joy to watch Messi. The greatest!— Gary Lineker (@GaryLineker) May 6, 2015
Anyone still arguing? He's the Messiah. I should know, I've followed a few.— Gary Lineker (@GaryLineker) May 6, 2015
The superlatives didn't end there. Spanish football pundits were also in awe of the performance from Messi, as they tweeted their reactions to his goals and electrifying show...
That was some show from Messi, such a privilege to watch him at all, let alone on nights like tonight.— Samuel Marsden (@samuelmarsden) May 6, 2015
Wow.— Sid Lowe (@sidlowe) May 6, 2015
Heard at the Camp Nou - (a friend to an Argentinean) You must be happy for your compatriot - he's not Argentinean, he is from Mars— Guillem Balague (@GuillemBalague) May 6, 2015
That Pep Guardiola knows his stuff, doesn't he? Told us yesterday that Messi is unstoppable. And so it proved.— Andy West (@andywest01) May 6, 2015
And the final word? Well, none other than Barcelona president, Josep Maria Bartomeu, who reacted with the following tweet...
Another exhibition from Messi. He's a global footballing treasure and he's ours.— Josep Maria Bartomeu (@jmbartomeu) May 6, 2015