Barcelona boss Luis Enrique has hailed the efforts of his star attacking trio Lionel Messi, Luis Suarez and Neymar, and claims none of them are satisfied with their performance until they have all found the back of the net.
The three superstars started a game together for the first time in La Liga since Messi was sidelined in September, and the reunion was a success as Neymar scored twice and Suarez and Messi also notched for the Catalan outfit.
Their manager Enrique feels that the South American players, soon becoming known as 'MSN', have a great connection and are perfectionists on the pitch in the goalscoring sense.
"Once the game is decided, everyone looks to score. It's natural," Luis Enrique said.
"When the game starts it's different. They have a great understanding and when they don't all score they're not happy."
Messi, Suarez, Neymar game by numbers vs. Real Sociedad: 13 take-ons 10 shots 7 chances created 4 goals 1 assist pic.twitter.com/K4OARvRcZm— Squawka Football (@Squawka) November 28, 2015
'MSN' have a combined total of 43 goals this season in all competitions and it isn't even Christmas yet, so you would imagine that their final season's tally will be quite a staggering figure. Most teams in La Liga would fear facing one of these strikers, let alone three of them in the same attack force.
Barcelona still top the table and, following their crushing 4-0 blow dealt to their rivals Madrid last weekend, they have a 9 point cushion over them, although Los Blancos still have a game to play.