Episode 800: Barcelona Pull Off Biggest Comeback Of All Time
Was it the greatest comeback of all time? That probably depends on whether or not you support Liverpool. It was, indisputably, the biggest comeback of all time in the Champions League and European Cup. Nobody’s ever come from four goals down to get through a knockout tie.
When people say: “It’s only a game” – just show them this.. pic.twitter.com/Z1kPH54AiU
— Football Stuff (@FootbalIStuff) March 9, 2017
We talk about the night when the football cliche “that night in Barcelona” changed its meaning, with two of the journalists who were lucky enough to be there – Rory Smith and Sid Lowe.
From last night. Camp Nou shook, and the rest of Europe shook with it, as Barcelona did the impossible squared https://t.co/5M4V8QuhIz
— Rory Smith (@RorySmith) March 9, 2017
Barcelona shatter PSG as Sergi Roberto caps absurd 6-1 comeback win https://t.co/EpI5a9lHt4
— Sid Lowe (@sidlowe) March 8, 2017
For everyone except PSG and Madrid fans, it was a night for wild celebration:
— Jake Humphrey (@mrjakehumphrey) March 8, 2017
— Reshmin Chowdhury (@ReshminTV) March 8, 2017
Even Leo Messi went a little nuts:
My god ? pic.twitter.com/OLSLLtFX93
— MascheranoStats (@MascheranoStats) March 8, 2017
Don’t forget we have more great shows coming this week, including the second instalment of YES WE KEN (though Ken is worried a show title with a pun may damage his rep).
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