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Barcelona head to the Parc des Princes in the Champions League tonight in the hopes of producing a comeback for the ages against Paris Saint-Germain, but it wouldn't be the first time they've defeated the French champions in similar circumstances.
PSG were victims of one of the best comebacks in European Cup history back in 2017 as they suffered a 6-1 defeat to Barca at the Nou Camp.
Having taken a 4-0 lead into the second leg, PSG crumbled to a Neymar-led Barca side.
The Brazil superstar famously left for the French giants, and he wasn't the only Barcelona star to jump ship shortly after.
Daily Star Sport has taken a look at where the rest of Barcelona's team are now.
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Goalkeeper Marc-Andre Ten Stegen is still at the club despite being linked with a move away on numerous occasions.
The German has remained at the club, and is still under contract until 2025, having committed his future to the Cules last summer.
Gerard Pique is still at the club, but is one of just two of their defenders who have remained.
The Spanish centre-back had reportedly offered to leave last summer after their catastrophic defeat against Bayern Munich, but eventually stayed put.
Despite being linked with a move away, Samuel Umtiti is still at Barcelona.
The Frenchman has been linked with Manchester United in the past, but has remained in and around the Barca side.
Javier Mascherano departed in 2018 to sign for Hebei China Fortune, but retired last summer after a brief stint in Argentina with Estudiantes.
Rafinha, who played as an attacking wing-back in that game, could line up against Barcelona tonight, having signed for PSG last summer.
The 28-year-old signed after having three loan spells away from Barca.
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Sergio Busquets is still at Barcelona and seems destined to end his career at the Nou Camp.
But he's the only midfielder to start for Barca in that game who is still at the club.
Neymar famously inspired the comeback at the Nou Camp, scoring twice in the last five minutes and setting up Sergio Roberto's historic winner.
Just six months later, however, he'd left Barcelona for PSG after the oil-rich French giants triggered his release clause.
Rakitic left last summer for Sevilla, after being deemed as one of the players Barca were ready to offload to raise funds.
Club legend Andres Iniesta left for Japanese side Vissel Kobe in the summer of 2018.
He played for three years in the J1 League, but retired last summer after playing a career total 802 club games.
Luis Suarez, who scored in the third minute of the 6-1 demolition job, was forced out of the club last summer for a nominal fee of just £4.5million.
He's currently on fire in La Liga, having found the net 17 times in 22 games for Diego Simeone's side.
Lionel Messi is still at Barcelona for now, but is expected to depart in the summer, as a reunion with Neymar at PSG could be on the cards.
Despite trying his best to walk out of the club last summer, he was unable to do so and will now see out the remainder of his contract – at least.
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Area Turan was one of three substitutes to come on in the match, replacing Iniesta with an hour gone.
He's now playing in his native Turkey with Galatasaray.
Roberto, who scored the dramatic winning goal in the 95th minute, is one of the few players still at the club.
The Spaniard has only made eight league appearances this season, however, and isn't one of Ronald Koeman's favoured players.
Andre Gomes came on for the final five minutes of the game, replacing Rakitic late in the comeback.
The Portuguese central midfielder is now playing for Everton.
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