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5 special moments that Barcelona fans would love to relive again?

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Published 31 Aug 2017, 19:31 IST
31 Aug 2017, 19:31 IST

Barcelona Victory Parade
Barcelona have had a lot to smile about in recent years

After the dust settles down, all we have are memories to live with. It is fascinating as to how every moment we create a memory; it is there, but it is still not there. It is a pathless path to a knowable that is perhaps unknown.

Some memories bring dread to our minds. The moment they spring on the screen of the mind, we wish for the ground to open up and consume us. However, there is always light in this fabric weaved of darkness.

For Barcelona fans, things might not be so bright right now. After all, their one-time apple-of-the-eye Neymar left them under controversial circumstances. Regardless, they can always look back for joy.

It was not too long ago when the Blaugranas had the world at their feet -- and here are the 5 moments they would love to relive if they were given the chance...

#5 Pedro goal in the Club World Cup

Barcelona were on track to achieve the once-unassailable glory. The Catalans had won the Copa del Rey, La Liga, Champions League, European Super Cup and the Spanish Super Cup. The only thing missing from a sextuple? The Club World Cup trophy.

As the Catalans took on Estudiantes in the final of the tournament, hopes were high – many were actually certain that the Blaugrana would easily win the game and make history. However, right in the 36th minute, Mauro Boselli scored for the Argentine clubs to bring a twist to the script.

The clock kept ticking and now there were only two minutes of normal time remaining as the ball came flying towards Gerard Pique in the penalty box. The defender was now playing as an emergency striker and headed the ball towards the game behind on his right.

Pedro Rodriguez, who came on a substitute was in acres of space and an eternity of time and did what he does best: scored a brilliant poacher’s goal to give Barcelona the equaliser.


It was a goal that brought the Catalans back into the game, which they subsequently went on to win with a goal from Lionel Messi in extra-time.

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