Kylian Mbappe and Neymar both caught the eye in Paris St-Germain’s 3-2 win at Bayern Munich.
Mbappe scored twice, including the winner, with Neymar getting two assists.
They have combined for 10 Champions League goals since their first season together in 2017-18, at least three more than any other duo.
Mbappe said: “I love this type of game. They haven’t always gone my way and maybe they won’t in the future, but I’m not here to hide. I love this kind of game and being decisive.
“I love to play against the best players in world and Manuel Neuer is one of the best keepers in history. I felt no pressure.”
He has scored eight Champions League goals this season, the joint-most in a single season by a Frenchman.
Neymar has assisted 26 goals in the Champions League, the most of any player since his European debut in 2013-14.
Former Bayern Munich midfielder Owen Hargeaves said on BT Sport: “PSG spent a fortune on Neymar and Mbappe and the reason is a game like this – they stole the show.”
The pair are both out of contract at the end of next season.
“Everyone’s gong to be queuing up [for Mbappe] because on that form he’s unplayable,” said Hargreaves.
“For Poch and PSG that performance is huge for them because hopefully they can find a way to tie them both down.
“Neymar at 29 is probably not as essential as Mbappe, but Mbappe at 22 with a year left – that doesn’t happen. He’s got all the cards, he just has to decide what he wants to do.”
Fellow BT pundit Steve McManaman said: “I think one of them maybe have to leave and I think if you’re PSG you look at keeping Mbappe, the Frenchman, and then you can build your team around him.”