Neymar: PSG comeback my best game yet

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The Brazilian reveled in his display after scoring a late brace and setting up the decisive goal, calling it the best performance of his career

Barcelona star Neymar believes his performance against Paris Saint-Germain was the best of his career.

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The Brazil international starred as Barca completed a miraculous Champions League comeback with a 6-1 win over PSG at Camp Nou on Wednesday.

Neymar scored a late brace and set up Sergi Roberto for the decisive goal, having earlier won a penalty, to help Barca to their stunning 6-5 aggregate victory.

Unsurprisingly, the 25-year-old said he had never produced a better performance following his brace and pair of assists.

"Congratulations to the whole team because we believed until the end," Neymar told beIN Sports.

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"This is the best game I've ever played."

While Barca, who lost the first leg 4-0, went 3-0 up on the night thanks to Luis Suarez, a Layvin Kurzawa own goal and a Lionel Messi penalty, Edinson Cavani appeared to put PSG back in command with an away goal.

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The tie looked over with the hosts needing three goals in the dying stages, only for Neymar to score twice – once from the spot – before his chipped pass set up Roberto.

Neymar added: "If we believe, if we play, it is difficult to stop Barca.

"This can only happen once in a lifetime. Nobody thought we could score six and we did."

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