Estatic Barcelona players and coaching after the final whistle. (photo courtesy: twitter.com/@ChampionsLeague)

Barcelona overturned a four goal deficit against an impeccable Paris Saint Germain side.

Stunning Barcelona won 6-1 against Paris Saint Germain to accomplish a seemingly impossible task of progressing to the quarter-finals of UEFA Champions League. Trailing 4-0 from the first leg in Paris, Barcelona scored 3 goals in the last eight minutes of the match at Camp Nou to defeat PSG on aggregate.

Suarez opened the scoring for the home side in the third minute of the game. PSG defender Kurzawa’s,own goal just before the half-time to make it 2-0 for Barcelona. The score remained unchanged at halftime break with Barcelona needing atleast two goals to force the game into extra time.

Messi was instrumental for Barcelona throughout the match. He scored the team’s third goal just after half-time. (photo courtesy: twitter.com/@ChampionsLeague)

Minutes into the second-half, Barcelona won a penalty for a foul inside the PSG box. Messi scored from the resulting penalty to draw his side close to the mark, 3-0 (and 3-4 on aggregate).In the 62nd minute, Edinson Cavani scored from close range to get a precious away goal for PSG with scoreline reading 3-1 (5-3 on aggregate). The scoreline meant that Barcelona had to score at least 3 goals without conceding any to progress to the next round. Two minutes later, Cavani’s attempt on a counterattack was saved by Ter Stegen as Barcelona stayed in the hunt. Moments later, a frustrated Luis Suarez was booked for diving inside the PSG box.

Neymar scored from a free-kick and a penalty in the dying minutes of regulation time

Youngster Roberto scoring the winning goal. (photo courtesy: twitter.com/@ChampionsLeague)

Barcelona went out all guns blazing in the last ten minutes of regulation time. With two minutes remaining of 90, Neymar scored from a free kick to cut their deficit to a single goal. In the last minute of regulation time, Barcelona won a penalty for a foul on Suarez and Neymar scored the resulting penalty to bring parity to the score on aggregate at 5-5. Barcelona still needed a goal to advance as PSG held the advantage on away goals count.

A very tense five minutes of extra time led to one of the greatest comebacks of footballing history. Sergio Roberto scored in the 90+5th minute, lobbing the ball across the goalkeeper, to send the entire stadium to jubilation. His goal took the scoreline to 6-5 on aggregate as Barcelona completed a remarkable comeback victory in the Champions League knock-out stages.