Neymar has bit back at Barcelona fans by suggesting their whistling made it harder to overcome Bayer Leverkusen on Tuesday.
Kyriakos Papadopoulos put the German visitors ahead at Camp Nou, leading to crowd unrest, but late goals from Sergi Roberto and Luis Suarez saw them rally to a 2-1 win.
With the injured Lionel Messi watching on, Barca struggled and Neymar was below his best, but the Brazil international was happy his side came away with a victory – especially with their supporters having not been on their side all game.
“Yes, it is difficult when the fans are not with us,” he told AS. “I’m very happy for the victory, but we suffered a lot to win the match.
“The important thing was to win, and we did everything to make goals and we won.
“I did my job. We have to know how to play without Messi, and win so he is back with us in good shape.”
Barcelona are top of Group E after two matchdays, having drawn 1-1 at Roma in their opener.
Last season’s European champions’ following two fixtures will be against Belarus’ BATE, who surprisingly defeated the Giallorossi on Tuesday.