Barca made history with record fightback in Camp Nou

Barca made history with record fightback in Camp Nou

PSG seemed to freeze in the headlights as wave after wave of attacks on their goal was barely repelled, until Neymar chipped an inviting ball into the box for Sergi Roberto to stab home the winning goal, sending the Nou Camp into raptures and causing grown men to weep tears of joy.

Suarez had the home side in front within three minutes of play. Now they are in the Champions League quarter-finals for the 10th year in a row. Unai Emery has an experience playing against Barcelona from his days at Sevilla, Valencia and Almeria and he certainly doesn't think that this is over - We are playing against a great team and I have great respect for FC Barcelona.

Neymar stepped up this time, and sent Trapp the wrong way with a cool spot-kick in the 91st minute to give Barcelona four minutes to find the victor. "If there is one team that is capable of scoring four goals then it is us".

"I'm not saying I am convinced we will achieve it but I am convinced that in a certain moment of the match we will be very close".

"I think we've hit top form before a really hard game but we're going to have a chance to go through".

Since that fateful night in Paris, the Spanish football club have regained leadership of the Spanish Primera Liga as well as their confidence, ahead of the last-16 second leg clash today.

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"I told Sergi to get in the area, that he would score a goal".

No one wants to turn the tie around more than us, but we need to be calm. It is not yet known who they'll face.

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That second goal gave a massive boost to the hosts who started the second half akin to the way they had first, pressing and harrying PSG in their own half.

Steven Gerrard, speaking to BT Sport, was suitably impressed.

"We know we are the best team in the world".

Three goals in the final eight minutes saw the five-time European champions climb out of a seemingly unescapable hole to reach the quarter-finals.

Barcelona defender Gerard Pique, husband of Colombian pop star Shakira, predicted exuberant celebrations among the team's fans.

And he joked: "Hospitals are going to have to hire more nurses during the next nine months because there's going to be a lot of love tonight".

'It is a great game that you can use in talks with your players, ' West Ham's manager said.