Nights like that don’t come along very often.
Barcelona were as long as 10/1 to overturn their 4-0 aggregate against Paris Saint-Germain at the Camp Nou and despite racing into a 3-0 lead after an hour, their dream looked over after Edinson Cavani’s goal.
Big moments, though, require big players. With less than two minutes of normal time left, Neymar grabbed his first of the night with a stunning free-kick and he scored from the penalty spot just two minutes later to take the tie to 5-5 on aggregate.
The Brazilian took the game by the scruff of the neck and then set-up Sergio Roberto to score in the dying moments to send Barcelona through.
It is surely the greatest comeback in European history and Rio Ferdinand, Michael Owen and Steven Gerrard couldn’t contain themselves in the BT Sport studio.