Barcelona secured a 4-1 win in the first leg of their Champions League quarter-final after a disastrous performance by Roma at Camp Nou.
Two own-goals, from Daniele De Rossi and Manolas, and a close finish from Gerard Pique, give Catalans a pleasing 3-0 advantage at the Camp Nou before Edin Dzeko produced a late away goal for Roma.
But, just as the Italians looked to have grabbed a lifeline, Luis Suarez scored a fourth goal for the home side in the 87th minute and restored the three-goal cushion.
Roma started strongly in Spain, but De Rossi’s own goal put Barca ahead as the Roma captain managed hits the ball into his own net from 15 yards.
Kostas Manolas then added Roma’s second own goal of the evening, he blocked Samuel Umtiti by flicking the ball onto the post, but the rebound touched his knee gone into the net.
Roma’s goalkeeper Alisson made a decent save from Luis Suarez, but Gerard Pique tap into an empty net after 59 minutes.
Edin Dzeko scored a priceless away goal for Roma with 10 minutes from time to keep the tie alive. But Suarez hits the 4th one in 87th minute, secured the victory and perhaps their place into the semi-final.