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Trending: Barcelona's unforgettable Champions League comeback vs. PSG

Relive the top moments from Wednesday's UCL matches, including Barcelona's improbable comeback against PSG.
Barcelona pulled off the greatest comeback in Champions League history to defeat PSG, while Dortmund cruised past Benfica.

Here are the latest stories for Thursday.

BARCELONA: Neymar says his stunning performance in Barcelona's belief-defying 6-1 win against Paris Saint-Germain was the best he has ever produced.

- Barcelona coach Luis Enrique claimed his side's improbable comeback was "a victory for our faith and belief."

- Match-winner Sergi Roberto admitted he wasn't sure if his decisive injury-time goal would count at the Camp Nou.

- Neymar is confident that Lionel Messi will extend his Barcelona contract in the coming months, following the club's historic win.

PSG: PSG manager Unai Emery admitted his team "lost everything" after referee decisions went against them as they let slip a 4-0 first-leg lead over Barca.

- Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Marco Verratti says Barcelona players thought their hopes of qualifying had gone when Edinson Cavani scored an away goal during Wednesday's Champions League comeback.

ARSENAL: Arsenal chairman Sir Chips Keswick has issued an official statement saying a decision on Arsene Wenger's future "will be made by us mutually and communicated at the right time in the right way."

- Wenger says he will consider how he is viewed by supporters when weighing up his future at the club but says it is "not the most important factor."

- Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says he was "surprised" by reports that Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain wants to leave the club, and hopes the midfielder will still be at the Emirates Stadium next season.

BAYERN MUNICH: Bayern Munich midfielder Xabi Alonso will retire in the summer, the German champions have confirmed.

BORUSSIA DORTMUND: Head coach Thomas Tuchel was full of praise for striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang who scored a hat trick to help Borussia Dortmund beat Benfica 4-0 in the second leg of their Champions League round tie.

Christian Pulisic became Dortmund's youngest goal scorer in the Champions League with a strike against Benfica.

MAN CITY: Pep Guardiola fears that dropping points in a 0-0 draw at home to Stoke City has cost Manchester City a shot at the Premier League title.

MAN UNITEDThe LA Galaxy have extended a contract offer to Manchester United striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic that would make the 35-year-old Swede the highest paid player in MLS history, a source confirmed to ESPN FC.

- UEFA has said that Manchester United's Europa League game at Russian club FC Rostov will go ahead despite concerns over the state of the pitch.

FIFA: FIFA president Gianni Infantino has indicated Donald Trump's controversial travel ban could prevent the United States from hosting the World Cup.

- Infantino says Barcelona's remarkable comeback victory over Paris Saint-Germain showed football's law makers should be careful with adjusting the rules.

PREMIER LEAGUE: The High Court in the United Kingdom has approved the Premier League's application to block pirated streams of matches via Kodi set-top boxes.

CHINESE SUPER LEAGUECarlos Tevez will not be distracted by growing rumours he will quit the Chinese Super League (CSL) and return to Argentina, his Shanghai Shenhua coach Gus Poyet has said, as the former Manchester United striker struggles to settle at his new club.

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