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>> An historic night at the Camp Nou in the Champions League. No team had ever overturned a four goal deficit in a knock-out tie. But Sergio Roberto's stoppage time goal completed a six five aggregate win for Barcelona. Hundreds of fans taking to the streets to celebrate victory over Paris Saint Germain.
Ecstatic Barcelona head coach Luis Enrique called their remarkable win a victory of faith.>> It was the script of a horror movie, not suspense, horror. A spectacular beginning, and an atmosphere I've seen very few times at the Nou Camp.>> After Barcelona took an early three goal lead, Edinson Cavani looked to have wrecked their comeback dreams.
By volleying in an away goal to make it three one. But two late strikes from Namar set up a thrilling finale before Roberto sealed the Spanish side's unlikely triumph, 6-1 on the night. Barcelona joined rivals Real Madrid, Borussia Dortmund, and Bayern Munich, who have already qualified for the quarter finals.
The draw for the next round to take place on March 17th.