Messi's From Another Planet' – Vidal Backs Barcelona Icon In UCL Clash

 "Lewandowski is extraordinary, very dangerous, a tireless scorer," the Chilean told reporters ahead of the showdown on Friday. 

"I was with him three years; I know how he prepares. 

It will be very difficult to stop him, but comparing him with Leo [Messi] is impossible, because Leo is from another planet, although Lewandowski is the best striker alongside Luis Suarez."

Another player who has caught the eye since the Champions League's resumption is Neymar, who produced a typically exuberant – albeit somewhat wasteful – display as Paris Saint-Germain claimed a dramatic 2-1 win over Atalanta to reach the last four on Wednesday.
The Brazilian is reportedly a long-term target of Barca, the club he left to join PSG in 2017 for a world-record fee, and Vidal acknowledged that Neymar would strengthen the Blaugrana.
"It is understood that Barca wants to recover him [Neymar], not only because of yesterday's game," Vidal said. "He was already at Barca and had an exceptional performance, he showed his level. He is very talented and would help the team a lot, but I don't know more.
"We only think about Bayern and going through tomorrow. It is difficult to speak at the moment about other players."

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