After such an incredible comeback, it is very hard for a single person to describe what it meant and what it felt like. So it seems like the best thing to do is curate all of the videos, tweets, images and everything in between to really get a feeling of what this all means.
One of my favourite videos from the remuntada has to be famed Catalan journalist Gerard Romero’s commentary on Barça radio show Moguts pel Barça on Cadena SER. The passionate Barça fan went absolutely crazy, screaming “GOL, GOL, GOL” followed by “T’ESTIMO SERGI” (I love you Sergi in Catalan) and finally breaking down in tears. A truly powerful video.
Another incredible video comes from another radio commentator, Alfredo Martínez. Martínez, shouting his absolute loudest, is drowned out by the eruption of noise in the Camp Nou.
Gracias Barça. Por una noche inolvidable. Ya lo hemos visto todo. SERGI ROBERTO Viva la madre que te parió !!! pic.twitter.com/C1aB6EL36g
— Alfredo Martínez (@Alfremartinezz) March 8, 2017
A video you may not have seen is this one from behind the scenes of the TV broadcast of the game, with director Oscar Lago amazingly keeping his cool to pick which images to show to millions of people around the world.
— Mateo Sánchez (@MateoSanchezTV) March 9, 2017
My final pick of the vast amount of videos posted after the game is a crowd view of Sergi Roberto’s goal, shot from behind the goal.
— Carles Rocamora (@CarlesRocamora) March 8, 2017
After such an unbelievable moment, it’s very difficult to know what to tweet as emotions are all over the place. I didn’t really have a clue what to say, as you can see.
But others got it spot on (shout out to the tB social team).
— Thierry Henry (@ThierryHenry) March 8, 2017
I SHIT YOU NOT THIS IS HAPPENING GOAL ROBERTO!!!!!!! N
— totalBarça (@totalBarca) March 8, 2017
Best comeback since Jesus.
— Paddy Power (@paddypower) March 8, 2017
We saw some brilliant videos on Wednesday night, but some of the images really were immensely powerful.
Finally, let’s take a look at a few of the sports front pages across the world.
These are just some of my favourite picks from an incredible night of social media action. I’m sure that I have missed many different things, so keep on sharing all the brilliant content in the comments section or head over to our Twitter account @totalBarca and we’ll be sure to check them all out. This really is a crazy time to be a football fan, but to be a Barça fan…I have no words.