By John Drayton
PUBLISHED: 15:45 EST, 12 March 2013 | UPDATED: 15:56 EST, 12 March 2013
Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood knows plenty about hot tickets. But usually people are buying them for his shows.
On Tuesday it was Wood shelling out, as he treated his wife Sally to an evening of high quality football as Barcelona faced AC Milan in the Nou Camp.
Many claim the Stones are rock's greatest band and Wood found himself watching someone else at the top of his trade too, as Lionel Messi went on a rampage.
Excited: Ronnie Wood enjoying the action with his wife Sally... and with a cigarette (below)
The Barca star painted it black with two stunning first half strikes to rock Milan, who had come to Spain with a two-goal lead.
The first was some real hot stuff - the Argentina international finished exquisitely from outside the box.
Messi then shattered Milan's advantage with his second, sending Barcelona fans out of control.
You got me rocking: Lionel Messi celebrates after turning the tie on its head
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