The players, coaching staff and fans go wild after the final whistle against PSG sealed Barça’s berth in the Champions League quarter-finals.
And you can hardly blame them, Barcelona pulling off the most glamorous heist since Ocean’s Eleven.
There is no doubt that these celebrations will run for some time and the city will be in a state of joyous reverie for a little while yet.
The result is too late for Luis Enrique having already announced he will leave the club at the end of the season but could he now go out with Barcelona as Champions League winners?
FC Barcelona’s La Masia players never fail to impress. This weekend too there were some stunning goals scored, some from headers, some exhibiting fantastic dribbling and a few from thunderous shots.
Among the top five goalscorers though were Arnau Comas, Xavi Simons, Marc Guiu, Mateu Morey and Roger Martinez.
Watch the goals in this compilation by FC Barcelona.
Do you think Xavi Simons is a talent for the future?
Never before has a team overturned a four-goal deficit in the Champions League, but if there’s one team you would back to pull off the impossible comeback, it would be Barcelona.
The Blaugrana has struggled to hit their peak this season, with the 4-0 defeat to Paris Saint-Germain in the first leg of their Round of 16 tie a glaring low point. Since that match, however, the team has begun to find top form.
That recent run of results meant that Barcelona’s players looked relaxed and in a good mood at training on Monday as they prepare for Wednesday’s second leg.
Can Barcelona pull off the ultimate comeback?