FC Barcelona celebrated their victory over Paris Saint-Germain after defeating them 3-2 in the first leg of the UEFA Champions League quarter-final. The game, played at Parc des Princes in Paris, France, featured remarkable performances from both teams, with Marc-Andre ter Stegen making a standout save for Barcelona. The deadlock was broken ten minutes before halftime when a cross from Yamal found Raphniha, who scored with a first-time finish into the top corner.

PSG quickly restored parity with Dembele’s goal, but Barcelona regained the lead in the 51st minute with a well-worked passing move ending in Vitinha’s goal. Barcelona’s lead didn’t last long as PSG quickly leveled the score. However, Barcelona’s substitute Pedri provided an assist to Raphinha, who scored with a first-time volley to once again equalize the game.

Barcelona secured the victory with under 15 minutes to play when Andreas Christensen capitalized on poor marking and scored the winning goal from a corner.

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