The much talked about Champions League fixture between Barcelona and Bayern Munich ended with a-10-goal thriller.
Miller was indeed the man of the match and also opened the scoring chat for the night.
The first goal for Barcelona was an equalizer making it 1-1 but it was an owned goal from David Alana. Their second goal of the match came from Saurez.
The following 22 minutes took the game away from Barca, with Ivan Perisic smashing in a deflected second for Bayern before Serge Gnabry finished off a delightful ball over the top from Leon Goretzka, and Muller poked in his second at the near post.
A neat turn and finish from Suarez after the break gave the Spanish side hope, but this was snuffed out by arguably the pick of the goals – a Joshua Kimmich side-foot finish following some stunning skill and speed and excellent delivery from Alphonso Davies.
Robert Lewandowski headed his 14th Champions League goal in just eight games before salt was poured into Barca’s deep wounds as Philippe Coutinho – on loan from the Spanish side – netted a seventh and eighth via close-range finishes after coming off the bench.
Bayern are by far the most decorated side left in the competition, having won the European Cup/Champions League on five occasions, most recently in 2013, and look comfortably the strongest left in this season’s tournament.