The scenes in the BT Sport studio were no doubt replicated all over the world as football fans digested Barcelona's stunning turnaround against PSG at the Nou Camp.
The home side struck three times in eight minutes to snatch a thrilling 6-5 aggregate last 16 victory after winning 6-1 on the night.
Steven Gerrard - who spearheaded Liverpool's similarly amazing comeback in the 2005 Champions League final - was in the BT Sport studio watching the final moments unfold, and erupted along with his punditry colleagues when Sergi Roberto struck the winner.
Michael Owen, Rio Ferdinand and Gary Lineker all went wild along with Gerrard, as Owen forget his prior allegiance to Real Madrid as he ran around the studio celebrating Barcelona's achievement.
The motivation behind Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s reluctance to sign an extension to his Manchester United contract may have been revealed, after reports in America claimed he has been offered the chance to replace Robbie Keane as LA Galaxy’s lead striker.
Barcelona produced the most remarkable Champions League comeback to beat Paris St Germain 6-1 at the Nou Camp, with a goal from Sergi Roberto five minutes into stoppage time securing a place in the quarter-finals.