Barcelona utility man Adriano Correia has hailed the attacking trio of Lionel Messi, Neymar da Silva and Luis Suárez, saying they form the best front-three lineup in the world.

“I think we have the best attack in the world,” he told Telefoot.

“Messi, Suárez and Neymar have learned to play with each other very quickly. There is an amazing understanding between them on the field of play,” he added. "We are all very relieved to have the three of them on our team and not be playing against them!”

“MSN”, as the trio is usually called, has chalked up 93 goals among themselves this season, four more than Real Madrid’s attack of Cristiano Ronaldo, Gareth Bale and Karim Benzema.

They are on route to break the scoring rate of the 2011/12 Barcelona attacking trident which featured Messi, Alexis Sánchez and Cesc Fàbregas and scored 101 goals.

The 2011/12 season was the same season when Messi found the net in an astonishing 73 occasions. This time around, the goals have been more evenly distributed. Messi leads the pack with 45 goals, followed by Neymar who has 28 and finally, Suárez who has notched up 18 strikes.

In all, MSN’s goals make up more than 65 percent of Barcelona’s total strikes this season.

Meanwhile, Adriano also congratulated Messi on his 400th Barcelona goal and claimed that the Argentine is adamant to do well this term.

“I think this year he is determined to win everything,” the Brazilian added.

“We are trying our best to win as much as possible to help him win back the Ballon d'Or from Ronaldo,” he said.

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