​It started with a kiss...


Then Bayern went ahead on the night. But the lead didn't last long.


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Two goals inside the opening 15 minutes, this was shaping up to be a good 'un. But let's be honest, it had nothing on the League One play-offs...



​​Then Neymar scored again; a clinical finish at the far post. This reminded Liverpool's manager of someone...



Who incidentally, was a replacement for this man:



And it was he who set up another for Neymar, putting Barca 2-1 up on the night.



To be perfectly honest, that's not a great tweet. But it links nicely to ​​this one ('cos of planes):



Why is Thomas Cook Sport a Thing? And more to the point, why does it have 21,000 followers? ​​Hopefully there's an @RyanairPolitics too, or an @EasyJetAgonyAunt - where you pay for the excess if your problem is too long.


Anyway, back to the football. Ter Stegen's save had Pep angling for an early night.


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He stayed put, but was starting to get desperate.



It could always be worse, Pep. Remember that.​​


Like if Robert Lewandowski had signed for Blackburn Rovers like he shouldda.​​



But the masked Pole soon made amends with a goal, then earned himself a few more English admirers.


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Thomas Muller put Bayern 3-2 up on the night, but with Barca still out of reach at 5-3 on aggregate, a few old tweets were dug out:


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So it's Barca who progress despite defeat at the Allianz Arena.


If you got this far, I'll be mightily surprised. Thanks if you did - I'm off to watch Football Mavericks on ITV4.