According to records, in the history of the UEFA champions league games since 1955, 213 first leg games that has ended in 4 goals never has the losing team gone ahead and won the game.
The tie between Barcelona FC a professional football team in Spain and Paris Saint Germain a French professional team known as PSG last night the 8th of March 2017 was a game not to be missed.
The Spanish football team had suffered a 4 nil away defeat to PSG previously and it seemed incredibly impossible to see them going any further in the competition.
However thanks to a brilliant performance on the night, against all odds they were able to overturn the deficit and even went ahead to win the match.
Louis Suarez opening goal 3 minutes into the game followed by
an own goal by PSG Ligue 1 left back player Layvin Kurzawa. Lionel Messi of Barcelona FC scored from the penalty spot 5 minutes into the second half to boost the hosting team’s host.
Edinson Cavani scoring in the 62nd minute of the game meant PSG was still in the game on aggregate.
The host team was not yet done as Neymar Da Silva Santos of Barcelona FC scored successive goals 2 minutes apart one of which was a converted penalty from the spot in the 88th and 90th minutes of the game before Sergio Busquets puts the game to rest in favour of Barcelona FC.
Full time score: Barcelona 6 – Paris Saint Germain 1
Barcelona FC won on the night 6 – 5 on aggregate.