Barcelona were 4-0 down to PSG from the first leg but produced one of the most memorable fightbacks in recent memory to win 6-1 last night.
Sergi Roberto’s winner sealed a 6-5 aggregate victory for the Spanish giants and sent the Nou Camp into a frenzy.
And Barca boss Enrique could not hide his excitement, storming onto the pitch and sliding on the ground in celebration.
Luis Enrique celebrates Barcelona's stunning comeback against Paris Saint-Germain
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I left some ligaments on the pitch but it was worth it!
Barcelona boss Luis Enrique
But Enrique, who will leave the club at the end of the season, revealed he had hurt himself in the chaos.
“I left some ligaments on the pitch but it was worth it!” he said.
“I was brought to my knees. It is a difficult night to explain with words. It was a horror movie, not a drama, with a Camp Nou that I have seen very few times as a player or coach.
"What defines this victory is the faith that the players and fans had.
Luis Enrique injured himself during Barcelona's celebrations at the Nou Camp
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Barcelona players celebrate Sergio Roberto's winner against PSG
"I would like to thank everyone who kept their faith after we lost 4-0. This is dedicated to them because this isn’t the Harlem Globetrotters, this is football.
"I don't think anyone stopped believing. After seeing them sit back despite the goal, the team were incredible.
"We risked everything and it paid off. You get finales like this very occasionally in football and this time it was our turn.
"A feat like this does everyone good and Im delighted to enjoy a moment like this. The key was our efficiency. The sixth goal was scored with the hope of the fan who was on the other side of the world."