Barça for from -5 to +3 in a gripping final Champions League game of 2022 that eventually ends all square
Barça got off to the wrong kind of start at the home of PSG in the last Champions League game of 2021. Langaro and Gonzalo Pérez de Vargas were the impetus the team needed to not only get back into the game, and salvage a draw, but also to come frustratingly close to coming away with a win.
The French side led by as many as five in the first half, but the Catalans got it back to 17-15 in time for the break, and after 41 minutes were in the lead for the first time and managed to +3 before the home team managed a comeback of their own in fron of their vociferous fans.
There was a gripping finale in store with it was 27 each with a minute to go, but both sides scored in the final minute and the game ended all square.
Paris Saint-Germain: Gerard (-), Solé (8), Remili (6), Karabatic (1), Steins (1), Ntanzi (-), Keita (1), Genty (-), Kristopans (1), Grebille (3), Kounkoud (2), Toft Hansen (1), Syprzak (1), Hansen (2) & Prandi (1) Barça: Pérez de Vargas (-), Aleix Gomez (5), Dika Mem (4), Cindric (3), Fábregas (2), N'Guessan (2), Ariño (-), Maciel (1), Janc (1), Ali Zein (1), Langaro (7), Ben Ali (2) & Petrus (-)