Barcelona’s historic thrashing of Paris Saint Germain can only be described as a game of epic proportions. It was one of the greatest ever comebacks in the history of the sport.
The Catalan giants began the match with a 4-0 first leg deficit and defied all laws of arithmetics to stage an upset that will be remembered for generations to come.
When Sergi Roberto scored the final goal of the game in the 95th minute, Camp Nou erupted into a thunderous roar, and one of the 96,290 spectators living the moment was Leeds co-owner Andrea Radrizzani.
The Italian is founder and chairperson of Aser group, which acquired 50% ownership of Leeds United in January this year after buying half of the club’s stake from co-owner Massimo Cellino.
Leeds currently sit fourth on the Championship table and will certainly be hoping to make a comeback to the Premier League after a long wait of 13 years.