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Three weeks before, Barcelona was out of the Champions League — beaten, 4-0, in Paris, humiliated and exposed.
Advertisement Continue reading the main storyNot to Barcelona, not to this Barcelona — the one that retains, even in its apparent dotage, the ability to shake a continent and a sport.
Advertisement Continue reading the main storyThirty minutes before, the message had been reinforced.
“Like a film,” Enrique said, but “a horror film, not a thriller.” Marc-André ter Stegen, the goalkeeper, abandoned his post, trotted up the field.
Three weeks before, Barcelona had not just seen its European campaign ended, but a chapter of its history closed.
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Patriots Welcome Barcelona To ‘Comeback Club’ Following Epic Champions League Win
pic.twitter.com/UNnEj4wMeJ — New England Patriots (@Patriots) March 8, 2017It’s pretty fitting considering Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski is a huge Barcelona fan.
Share this:TweetThe New England Patriots know what it feels like to be FC Barcelona right now.
Fifteen to 20 minutes after the game, it is crazy and unbelievable,” Barcelona midfielder Ivan Rakitic said, via NFL.com.
This is Barcelona, the best team in the world and we want to continue our dream in the Champions League.”Thumbnail photo via Jayne Kamin-Oncea/USA TODAY Sports Images
Lionel Messi’s squad stunned the sports world with a miraculous comeback Wednesday in the second leg of its UEFA Champions League Round of 16 game against Paris Saint-Germain.
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Barcelona fan commentators’ reaction to Sergi Roberto’s late Champions League winner is as epic as result itself
Barcelona fan commentators’ reaction to late winner is as epic as result itselfThe video will start in 8 CancelGet FC Barcelona updates directly to your inbox + Subscribe Thank you for subscribing!
Commentators from Barcelona fan channel Moguts pel Barça were watching the game at the Nou Camp and reporting on it via the radio.
(Photo: Laurence Griffiths)And well, Moguts pel Barça commentators went absolutely mental.
Could not subscribe, try again later Invalid EmailBarcelona achieved the ‘impossible’ in the Champions League on Thursday.
Edinson Cavani netted an away goal, meaning Barcelona had to score three in just 25 minutes.