Barcelona is set for a UEFA fine after their sensational 6-1 win over PSG in the Champions League round of 16 on Wednesday.
The European football governing body is set to fine the Spanish club after their fans kept running on the field to commend the win over Paris Saint-Germain.
Pulling an unthinkable UCL historical comeback when they crushed the French champions 6-1 on the night to make it 6-5 on aggregate, compelling their fans to go into a wild celebration at the sound of the last whistle.
A last-heave two goals from Neymar and a Sergi Roberto late smasher guaranteed Barcelona crushing PSG’s fantasies on Wednesday night at the Camp Nou.
No European team had toppled a 4-0 first-leg misfortune since the Champions League has been replaced the European Cup knockout arrangement in 1992.
What’s more, UEFA says it has opened a disciplinary case for ‘field invasion at supporters’ at Nou Camp on Wednesday.
UEFA’s disciplinary board will judge the case on Thursday, March 23.