The greatest comeback ever - made possible by a blatant dive

Barcelona's Neymar shoots a penalty kick to score a goal during their UEFA Champions League round of 16 2nd leg match against Paris Saint-Germain at the Camp Nou stadium in Barcelona

The greatest comeback ever - made possible by a blatant dive

In addition, Barcelona, being down 4-0 from the first leg, were 10-1 to advance on Wednesday. "After tomorrow we will look to the league game".

In recent years they were nearly guaranteed a Ligue 1 title to soothe the disappointment of regular early Champions League exits but this time they trail an impressive Monaco side by three points.

But even for a man whose life would make George Clooney green with envy, Wednesday night at the Camp Nou was beyond the realms of reality even by the unbelievable standards of being a Barcelona footballer.

Paris Saint-Germain forward Julian Draxler has faith his team can again contain the threat of Lionel Messi, Luis Suarez and Neymar in their Champions League last-16 decider. What's interesting is that the players have gone from seeing him with suspicion at the beginning of his stay there, to accepting his decisions - a lot of them anyway, but still questioning, for instance, why Andre Gomes is playing more and Ivan Rakitic less.

"I have supported [Blanc] for three years but now we must think about what we will do next season to build a stronger team in Europe", Al-Khelaifi was quoted as saying at the time.

"I have mine as chairman and CEO, the leaders of the sporting sector have theirs, the coach and the players have theirs too".

Roberto's last-gasp heroics clinched the 6-1 win the Spanish giants requited to overturn the mammoth four-goal deficit from the first leg in France.

After the second half revenge, Neymar took to Instagram to share the image with some changes to it. "I'm convinced we'll be close to qualifying", he said.

Fans continued to worship Messi long after the final whistle, with many sticking around to mob his vehicle as he left the stadium. Following the first leg of Barca's Champions League tie against PSG, Adrien Rabiot posted this photo on the 'Gram. Going into the game, Barcelona needed to outscore PSG by five goals to move on to the quarterfinals.

It was rumbling for PSG as they succumbed to Barcelona's sleek passing by conceding a penalty early in the second half.

PSG midfielder Marco Verratti said the player's were "ashamed" following their European exit at the hands of Barcelona, while manager Unai Emery said referee decisions weren't the reason they lost 6-1.

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

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