Barcelona scores six, pulls off biggest comeback in Champions League historyBy Kelly Sanders Mar 10, 2017
But that is what Barcelona did: Sergi Roberto's 95th minute finish from a lovely Neymar pass sent the football world into a frenzy.
It was the most extraordinary game I've ever had the privilege of watching and there can be no doubt that Barcelona's character - tremendous fighting spirit, pride in the team's colours and stoic refusal to be beaten - fully deserved the outcome.
He scored, not only making the deficit two, but giving PSG an away goal.
The sensational win recalled Manchester United's injury-time double to win the 1999 title against Bayern Munich in the same stadium, and Liverpool's victory in the 2005 final after being 3-0 down to AC Milan at half-time.
It was just the start Barca needed and they nearly doubled their lead on the night after 15 minutes when Neymar sent a long range shot inches wide of the post.
"Cavani's goal was a very big blow and there were a few hard minutes for us, but the miracle happened".
And that was still the case in the 88th minute.
Neymar was ecstatic to have played his part in Barcelona's record-breaking Champions League comeback against PSG, where he scored two and set up Sergi Roberto for the victor. This was wonderful, magical, unbelievable - the greatest comeback in the history of the Champions League and perhaps in the history of football itself.
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Barcelona defender Gerard Pique, husband of Colombian pop star Shakira, predicted exuberant celebrations among the team's fans. Thiago Silva has slammed Luiz Suarez following Barcelona's historic victory over Paris Saint-Germain in the Champions League .
If they were left in shock, it is understandable. However, karma struck back at the Argentine later when he squandered an one-on-one and then Barca scored three goals in the last seven minutes to clinch an improbable quarter-final berth. Sven Bender, Mario Gotze, Nuri Sahin and Sebastian Rode are also out but such is the depth in their squad that they have scored 12 goals in their last three games.
He hit his third goal of the night - sealing his first hat-trick in Europe's top competition - on 85 minutes when Erik Durm's run and cross from the right handed him a simple tap-in.
It is a club with an proud history, but with that comes both a belief in the improbable and a pressure to maintain their success.
The Barcelona boss was written off and called every name under the sun after the Catalans' capitulation in the first leg at the Parc des Princes.
It has been said that their comeback was the best of all time.
Coincidentally, Enrique's fresh comments came just hours after Barca completed the biggest comeback in Champions League history on Wednesday night.
Their opponents were the previous year's champions, AC Milan.
Losing 4-0 on aggregate to Paris Saint-Germain entering today's second leg, Barcelona needed a miracle to reach the quarter-finals. But with 94 minutes and 29 seconds on the clock, it twitched one last time.
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