40′: Layvin Kurzawa own-goal, Barcelona 2-0 PSG (2-4)
50′: Lionel Messi penalty, Barcelona 3-0 PSG (3-4)
62′: Edinson Cavani goal, Barcelona 3-1 PSG (3-5)
88′: Neymar free-kick, Barcelona 4-1 PSG (4-5)
90’+1: Neymar penalty, Barcelona 5-1 PSG (5-5)
90’+5: Sergi Roberto goal, Barcelona 6-1 PSG (6-5)
Greatest European comebacks of all time – the stats
Does anything compare to Barca’s achievement on Wednesday night?
Their exploits at the Nou Camp surpassed the previous best second-leg comeback in Champions League history, which was achieved by Deportivo against reigning champions AC Milan in 2004.
Trailing 4-1 from the first leg of their quarter-final tie, Deportivo raced into a 3-0 lead in the return leg and, with 14 minutes remaining, clinched a 5-4 aggregate win as and when Fran volleyed in the Spanish side’s fourth goal of the night.
A four-goal first-leg deficit has been overturned in other Uefa competitions, by three other clubs:
Borussia Monchengladbach v Real Madrid (1985-86 Uefa Cup)
Real welcomed Borussia Monchengladbach for the second leg of a third-round Uefa Cup tie after the German side had won 5-1 at home, and the Spanish club secured a thrilling 4-0 victory to advance to the last eight.
Leixoes v La Chaux-de-Fonds (1961-61 Cup Winners’ Cup)
Leixoes were crushed 6-2 at La Chaux-de-Fonds, but the Swiss side buckled 5-0 at the Estádio do Mar in the return leg.
Partizan v QPR (1984-85 Uefa Cup)
QPR won the first leg 6-2 – which was played at Highbury as they couldn’t use the plastic pitch at Loftus Road – but lost 4-0 in Belgrade and went out on away goals.