Barcelona’s historic Champions League comeback against PSG at the Camp Nou last week, is one for football folklore.
The impossible was made possible by Barcelona in an epic clash that saw football fans go crazy when Sergi Roberto scored to make it 6-1.
In this video, FC Barcelona YouTube channel show some of the best footage captured of fans enjoying one of the greatest comebacks in sports history.
Do you think Barcelona can go on to win the Champions League?
Barcelona’s La Masia Academy produce some outstanding displays on a weekly basis.
This week some magnificent solo goals as well as team goals were scored.
Among the top five best goal-scorers were Solo Traore, Arnau Farnos, Jeremy Guillemenot, Jan Molina and Ainhoa Marin.
Watch and enjoy their goals in this video by FC Barcelona.
What goal was your favourite?
After Barcelona’s surprise 2-1 defeat to Deportivo La Coruna on Sunday, question marks have been raised concerning selection by Luis Enrique.
Samuel Umtiti’s absence was duly felt by the visiting side and Barca paid the price by failing to put more pressure on Real Madrid at the top of La Liga.
And, according to the WhoScored.com graphic below, Umtiti’s presence has been a surety of success for Barcelona and a guarantee of a league win for the team.
Barcelona have won all 15 games in which the 23-year-old has been named in the starting line-up.
In truth, the solidity Umtiti has had to offer is unrivalled in the Catalan squad.
And maybe now, we might see more of him, now that Barcelona has realised his worth, the hard way.
GRAPHIC: Barcelona with and without Samuel Umtiti starting in La Liga this season pic.twitter.com/mu01mpNSwR— WhoScored.com (@WhoScored) March 13, 2017