Barcelona pulled an astounding come-from-behind win in the second leg of Champions League clash against Paris Saint-Germain. Scoring six goals, with the winner coming as late as the 95th minute, the match was nothing short of a epic drama. An own goal, an away goal, lots of yellow cards, Messi’s penalty kick and the most record-breaking comeback in Champions League history.

Since a picture is supposed to be worth a thousand words, here are a few thousand words on one of the most dominant display of football in recent times.

The scoreboard tells the story of the match: 6-1 in the second leg after being 0-4 down in the first, winning with the narrowest margin of 6-5. Reuters
The first goal came in the third minute: Luis Suarez scored right at the start of play to set the tone for the match. Reuters
The second Barca goal came courtesy PSG: Layvin Kurzawa scored an own goal to give Barcelona a 2-0 lead.
Can't keep him away: Messi put his hand up too and scored Barcelona's third. AFP
Cavani gives hope: Edinson Cavani brought PSG back in the game notching a crucial away goal in the 61st minute. AFP
Brace yourself: Neymar scored two goals in a span of three minutes to bring Barcelona level with PSG and set up the grand finale. Twitter/FC Barcelona
The late, late winner: The winner could not come in more dramatic fashion as Neymar set up subsitiute Sergio Roberto and he did not miss as the celebrations erupted across Nou Camp. Reuters
Let the celebrations begin: Barcelona players and staff react after the remarkable victory at Camp Nou.
PSG stunned: The PSG players were left disappointed, despite a remarkable match, to miss out so narrowly.
Camp Nou, the fortress: The fans went wild with delight after Barcelona's historic win. Twitter/FC Barcelona
Barcelona boys celebrate backstage: Notice the fingers? Twitter/ Luis Suarez
Messi, the Messiah. Enough said. Twitter/FC Barcelona