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Barca 6-1 PSG: The most INCREDIBLE stats from last night’s ‘Miracle of Camp Nou’

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Nobody saw it coming.

Not when PSG trounced them 4-0 in Paris a couple of weeks ago. Not when Luis Enrique announced his intentions to quit at the end of the season. Not when Luis Suarez broke the deadlock on the 3rd minute mark. And definitely not when Edinson Cavani notched the coveted away goal and made it 3-1 on the 62nd minute. But somehow, the Catalans pulled every ounce of magic under their sleeves and scored three goals in the last five minutes to complete what’s being referred to as the ‘Greatest Comeback in Champions League history’.

You could almost sense the disbelief within Camp Nou, instantly after the match. Luis Enrique was waxing lyrical about the beauty of football. PSG fans were utterly shocked – a section of them possibly pinning the blame on the referee. Unai Emery was unually composed in the post-match press conference. The spectacle was almost cinematic, to be frank. And it evidently sent the entire world into frenzy mode.

But if you thought the result was unbelievable, we’ve taken the libery of attaching several impeccable statistics (courtesy of Opta, ) from last nights game. From PSG’s capitulation to Barcelona’s sheer dominance to Suarez’s beast-like performance, we’ve got you all covered!

1) HOW DO YOU TURN A FOUR-GOAL DEFICIT?

2) PASS, MOVE, RINSE, REPEAT

3) RIDICULOUS SUAREZ

4) HOW TO DROP THE BALL EFFECTIVELY 101

5) MOST UNDERRATED SIGNING OF THE SEASON?

6) AND THERE’S STILL PRESSURE ON HIS SHOULDERS?

7) STILL THINK HE’S PAST HIS BEST?

8) EASILY THE BEST PLAYER ON THE PITCH LAST NIGHT

9) KEVIN WAS REALLY ‘TRAPPED’ WASN’T HE?

10) WHEN SOMEONE SAYS ‘NOTHING WILL CHANGE IN THE LAST FIVE MINUTES’

 

 

 

 

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Keeshaanan Sundaresan

The author Keeshaanan Sundaresan

Keesh is the Chief Editor of Stadium.MY, and has been active in the world of sports writing since 2011. Over the years Keesh's editorial portfolio includes writing for Yahoo! Sports, Sportskeeda.com, LiveSoccerTV.com, Ipoh Echo as well as AsianFootballFeast.com