Barca hit PSG for six in historic late fight back.
Sergi Roberto scored in the fifth minute of stoppage time as Barcelona capped a sensational champions league comeback to thrash Paris Saint-Germain 6-1 and reach the quarter-finals on Wednesday.
Despite Luis Suarez's early opener, a Layvin Kurzawa own goal and Lionel Messi's penalty, Barca, who lost the first leg 4-0, looked down and out when Edison Cavani volleyed home what seemed to be the vital away goal for PSG
However, Neymar restored barca's belief as he firstly fired home a sensational free-kick two minutes from time and then converted from the penalty spot.
Barcelona's forward Neymar shoots a penalty kick to score a goal during the UEFA champions league round of 16 second leg football match against Paris Saint-Germain FC at the Camp Nou Stadium in Barcelona on March 8, 2017.
And Roberto capped the biggest comeback in champions league history when he stretched to turn home neymar's dinked cross to the delight of a near 100,000 at a rocking Camp Nou, making the score 6-5 on aggregate.
Barca also enter the record books by reaching the quarter-finals for a 10th straight season.