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    simply mindblowing stuff


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    Hold your breath


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    95 minutes


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    Thats crazy


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    6:1

    Barca

    Its over


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    Deserved. Wow. Paris bottled it a big big time. No words for this.


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    Never ever in Champions League history a team turned a 4 goal deficit and advanced. History has been rewritten today. What a game and what a ‘ never give up ‘ attitude. Again huge congrats. Don‘t feel too sorry for Paris. They were simply too passive the whole game. Of course conceeding the goal deep in stoppage time is heartbreaking but after Neymar‘ penalty ‘90 I have seen it coming. What a night! Bye bye

    Dortmund 4
    Benfica 0


    Barca 6
    Paris SG 1

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    Europa League 1/16 - 1st Leg

    Schalke 04 v M‘Gladbach
    10 March - 04:05am HKT
    Venue: Veltins-Arena, Gelsenkirchen
    Referee: Björn Kuipers, Netherlands
    Live TV HK: FoxSports Play ( 03:55am )

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    As disappointing as I am with Man City's results . . . . I'm grateful that I'm not a PSG supporter tonight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by huja:
    As disappointing as I am with Man City's results . . . . I'm grateful that I'm not a PSG supporter tonight.
    Totally insane. Just checked the replay on my tablet and switched to the 82nd minute. First there was the one on one situation with di Maria and Barca goalie ter Stegen as the German saved ‘84. Then the unbelievable free kick by Neymar out of nowhere and the 4:1 ‘88 followed by a blatant dive ( imho ) Suarez and Neymar composedly converted the penalty 5:1 ‘90 ..... Then again Naymar and ter Stegen in the spotlight. The goalie as an attacker & sweeper at the same time, earned a free kick and Neymars second attempt was sailing beautifully into the six yard box and Sergio Roberto scored ‘95... Bit like Solskjær in 1999. Wow

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