The Greatest Matches: The first great European comeback
After the 3-0 in Belgium, the return leg looked like a mountain to climb. The next tie began in Barcelona with a deep malaise amongst the Blaugrana fans, who complained of felt the team had fell victim to a trap in Belgium. Apparently, the third goal conceded there, by Van der Elst, was preceded by a handball for which the referee didn't award a foul. Perhaps that is why, and because of the score, the Camp Nou enjoyed the second leg as a final and won the prize of a magical night.