Barcelona just became the first team in Champions League history to overcome a 4-goal first leg deficit, beating Paris St.-Germain today by the final of 6-1 in dramatic fashion.

To put the intense game in simplest terms:

Barcelona got out to a much needed 3-0 lead but after PSG's Edinson Cavani put one in the back of the net, Barca was in need of another three goals to advance to the quarterfinals.

And with two minutes (+stoppage time) remaining, they still needed those three goals.

In the 88th minute, Neymar scored on a free kick. Three minutes later in stoppage time, he buried a penalty kick.

Then, in the 95th minute, Sergi Roberto scored the clinching third goal which sent the team to the Champions League quarterfinals. 

And you thought coming back from a 3-1 series lead was impressive?