UCL: Barca 6-1 PSG (agg: 6-5) - Neymar inspires greatest ever comeback!
Barcelona scored THREE GOALS in the final SEVEN MINUTES of the match to cap the greatest comeback in Champions League history with a 6-1 victory over PSG at Camp Nou to win their Round of 16 tie 6-5 on aggregate against the Ligue 1 champions.
Luis Enrique's men trailed the first leg 4-0 but indecisive goalkeeping from Kevin Trapp and an own goal from Layvin Kurzawa reduced the deficit to 4-2 at the break.
Thomas Meunier then gave away a penalty for a comical foul on Neymar five minutes into the second half which Lionel Messi dispatched with ease. But Edinson Cavani smashed in a superb away goal for PSG in the 62nd minute to tip the balance of the tie back in his team's favour (5-3).
PSG then wasted two glorious chances to seal the match, first through Cavani and then Angel Di Maria, which allowed Neymar to curl in a wondrous free-kick on 88 minutes and then net a penalty two minutes later for 5-5 aggregate score (Barca still needed to score because of PSG's away goal).
In the fifth minute of stoppage time Sergi Roberto gambled on a Neymar ball to poke home to Barca's sixth goal to cue mass celebrations at Camp Nou.