Barcelona completed the most unlikely, but incredible comeback in Champions League history last night after they smashed PSG 6-1 to overcome a 4-0 deficit in the last 16.
The La Liga leaders looked dead and buried once Edinson Cavani hammered in an away goal for the French heavyweights at the Nou Camp, but they found three goals in the final nine minutes - including the last kick of the game - to turn things around.
The Parisians will be wondering how they chucked it all away, but there was a few key moments in the game that really swung things Barcelona's way.
Still, is there an excuse to squander a 4-0 lead and an away goal?
Probably not, but then again, Barcelona might be the only team in the world that is capable of pulling off the tremendous feat they did last night.
However, there was three points of contention that could have seen one of the greatest nights in Champions League history become a mere footnote.
Barcelona's first penalty
The fact that Luis Enrique's men were awarded two penalties on the night is curious enough, but the way in which the first one was awarded is suspicious, to say the least.
Brazilian superstar Neymar appeared beyond PSG right-back Thomas Meunier before the defender stumbled, causing Neymar to trip over his head.
As you would expect, Neymar made the most of it, but it was a far from a stone-wall penalty.
Javier Mascherano should have walked
Just when Angel di Maria was through on goal and about to slot home from around 12 yards, his Argentine compatriot Javier Mascherano emerged to bring him down, seemingly from behind.
If the ref makes the correct call, it's a penalty to PSG and Mascherano walks as a result of being the last man.
Not only did the ref not give it, but the former Liverpool man admitted after the game that he had fouled di Maria. Staggering.
Luis Suarez's dive
Luis Suarez? Diving? Come on now!
We know, but there is a first for everything. The former Liverpool hitman flung himself to the ground in an extremely animated way to win Barca a penalty in the dying minutes and hand them their fifth goal of six.
Did the referee fold under the pressure at the Nou Camp? It's hard to say he didn't. Especially when you consider he had already been booked for diving earlier on in the night.
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