- The outnumbered trio were trying to get the ball back from their team mates but failed
- MSN were punished for failing to regain possession and were given the bumps
- Barcelona are two points off the pace in La Liga and take on Deportivo La Coruna tomorrow afternoon
The 'MSN' trio were inserted as defenders in a training ground 'rondo' routine and were made to feel the pain of Barcelona's famous passing ability as they failed to get the ball back and ended the drill in a heap.
The clip shared on Barcelona's YouTube starts off with Messi, Suarez and Neymar lining up for the drill as centre halves Gerard Pique and Jeremy Mathieu flick the ball between each other.
Lionel Messi was left on the floor as he attempted to hunt the ball down alongside Luis Suarez and Neymar during the rondo
Messi was all smiles during the training session drill that's designed to improve coolness under pressure and pressing
The Argentine was assisted by Neymar, who, despite his talent, couldn't get the ball back from his team mates either
Luis Suarez (centre) jokes with Gerard Pique (laying down) as the training session drill got more intense
After failing in the drill, the MSN trio were given the bumps as a form of punishment, with Pique (far right) leading the way
The ball continues to zip around the circled players, constantly evading the star men in the middle.
As their chase becomes increasingly fraught, Suarez with Neymar make lunges at the ball but only end up on their backsides.
The trio's inability to make an interception clearly begins to get to the Uruguayan striker as he tries to make his mark on giant defender Pique with a late hit.
At one stage Neymar can be seen being held back by midfielder Andre Gomes as he tries to make a tackle.
With their attempts to get the ball become more desperate Suarez almost nips it back but Samuel Umtiti makes a key sliding pass to nip it away.
With both Messi and Suarez, later joined by Neymar, in a heap on the floor after a pair of unsuccessful sliding challenges they admit defeat cueing wild celebrations from the rest of the squad.
After being hauled back to their feet the trio are then put through a gauntlet of 'bumps' by the remaining Barca players.
'MSN' will need to be back on form as they play host to Deportivo at the Nou Camp on Saturday.
Trailing La Liga leaders Atletico Madrid by two points after losing their last game before the international break at Celta Vigo.
Deportivo are currently in the lower reaches of the table and have not beaten the Catalan giants since 2008.
Stopping MSN will be key to Depor's hopes of getting a result at the Nou Camp but if they choose to use foul means to stop Neymar in particular he has vowed such tactics will not change his game.
Neymar (left) and Messi (right) look much more relaxed during a much calmer section of the training session
The 29-year-old (centre) speaks with Pique (left) Suarez and Neymar (right) ahead of tomorrow's clash against Deportivo
Messi hasn't played for Barcelona since picking up an injury in September, but is due to start at the Nou Camp tomorrow
The Brazilian was lambasted by Barcelona luminary Michael Laudrup over his perceived showboating recently but the player is staying true to his style.
'They can kick me and elbow me, but not every player in the world can dribble, that is getting harder and harder to do,' Neymar told M Deportivo.
'I'm definitely not going to change. Players have to know when they face me that I have my own way of playing and that is dribbling, scoring goals and helping my teammates.
'I'm happy playing that way -- and if they don't like it there's nothing I can do.'