How Barcelona's winner against PSG sounded in a bunch of different languages
Still not tired of watching Sergi Roberto's stoppage time goal that completed Barcelona's incredible Champions League comeback against PSG?
Good news: Now you can watch it in a bunch of different languages.
In case you missed it, Barcelona trailed 4–0 entering the second leg of its Champions League tie against PSG, meaning that if PSG scored at Camp Nou, Barcelona would need to win by five goals because of UEFA's away goals rule. As stoppage time approached on Wednesday, Barcelona only led 3-1 and appeared certain to exit the competition following Edinson Cavani's crucial away goal, but Luis Enrique's side improbably reeled off three quick scores to win 6-5 on aggregate.
PSG fans, you might want to look away.
The comeback was the largest in Champions League knockout stage history.