Video - Was this the greatest piece of control of all-time?
Barcelona superstar Neymar produced an audacious moment of skill in his side's Champions League 6-1 win against Roma.
Neymar's moment of magic set-up a goal for Lionel Messi, but it was the control he displayed as he trapped the ball that drew gasps of delight from the Nou Camp faithful.
Neymar can control Greece's economy. pic.twitter.com/NF806pNOUK— ❂ Yübbîę Umoh ❂ (@Yubbie007) November 24, 2015
Gerard Pique and Adriano also scored, with Neymar missing a penalty amid an otherwise sublime performance.
Edin Dzeko missed a sitter of a first-half header for Roma, then a late penalty, only to nod home with the game's final act.
Arsenal were given a big helping hand by Bayern Munich, with the German champions thumping Olympiacos 4-0 to set up a final game decider between the Gunners and their Greek rivals for a place in the last-16.
Chelsea's hopes of topping their group were boosted by Dynamo Kiev's 2-0 win against FC Porto, with Chelsea now needing to win their final game to wrap up top spot in their pool.
Dynamo Kiev did Chelsea a big favour with a 2-0 win at Porto, Andriy Yarmolenko's penalty putting the visitors in control at the break, before Derlis Gonzalez sealed victory just past the hour.
Zenit St Petersburg saw off Valencia 2-0 for their fifth straight European win to secure top spot in Group H. Andre Villas-Boas' men eased home thanks to goals from Oleg Shatov and Artem Dzyuba.
Gent grabbed a last-16 lifeline with a 2-1 victory at Lyon that dumps the French side out of European competition.