The second Champions League Round of 16 clash between PSG and Barcelona was highly expected by every soccer fan after the impressive win from the Parisians at the Camp Nou. Mauricio Pochettino's side shocked the Catalans with a 4-1 victory in the first leg, which put them in a very comfortable position ahead of the defining match at Paris.

Such a loss was obviously a huge blow for Ronald Koeman and the blaugranas, who were left on the verge of the elimination. Turning around a three goal difference never looks as an easy task, specially against a strong opponent. For Barcelona, making the comeback seemed like a miracle. For PSG, spoiling the advantage would have been a disgrace.

However, two well-known teams such as Paris Saint-Germain and Barca always are topic of discussion, and even more if they play against each other. As it can be expected from any game of the Cules and in any important Champions League duel, millions of fans were attentive to everything that happened and reacted to the game with funny memes.

The best memes to PSG kicking Barcelona out of the Champions League

The highly anticipated duel between Paris and Barcelona turned into multiple memes even before the kickoff. Once the match started, several people quickly reacted on social media, sharing funny memes to everything that was happening.

Kylian Mbappé's first goal of the game brought back the memes that suggest he is the best soccer player at the moment, while Lionel Messi also became a frequent topic in people's posts. The comparisons between them or with Cristiano Ronaldo increased even more after the Argentine missed a penalty at the end of the first half.

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PSG stood firm against Barcelona's relentless intention to accomplish the comeback. After Mbappé scored the opening goal of the match, a brilliant effort by Messi tied the game, but then the French team showed a strong resistance and got into the next round after preserving the important advantage from the first leg.