Spanish giants Barcelona have qualified for the quarter-final stage of the 2017 UEFA Champions League after beating Paris Saint Germain 6-1 in the return leg match on Wednesday, March 8, 2017.
The French giants had won the first leg 4-0, but the Catalan giants completed the most remarkable comebacks at the Camp Nou on Wednesday night, March 8, to defy all odds winning 6 - 1 to down their opponents 6 - 5 on aggregates.
The visitors would however have themselves to blame as the defensive pattern they played was disastrous for them in the encounter.
Barcelona started the match aggressively, and former Liverpool striker Luis Suarez netted the first goal in the third minute.
Layvin Kurzawa scored an own goal in the 40th minute before Lionel Messi made it 3-0 for the hosts in the 50th.
There was serious tension in the 62nd minute when Edinson Cavani scored for PSG, but two late goals from Neymar and Sergio Roberto condemned the French side to the most unbelievable defeat.