“[…] • Let’s talk about the ‘Remontada’ against PSG. Your play, recovering the ball in the opposition’s half and provoking a foul will be remembered forever.
It cannot be explained. It was something so unique.. At the end of the day, you play and dedicate yourself to football to be able to live things like that. It was very special. In that moment I didn’t think that things were going to go our way. Sometimes, trying is the most important.
• But what were you doing there?
I don’t know (laughs)…Being up there does not fit my position.
• Did you ask to go up or did the coach tell you to?
The boss gestured at me like he was trying to tell me ‘go on now’ and Unzue was saying ‘no, no, no, no, stay, stay’ and I tried to not look at him.Later on Luis (Suárez) asked me ‘what are you doing here?’. I told myself ‘come on, there is only one minute left’, ‘you have to take advantage of these moments, they rarely happen’. […]
After conceding the goal, Ter Stegen started shouting: ‘We never die! We’re Barcelona!’ Shouting: 'All of you! Go into the attacking areas! Don’t worry about me!’ He kept shouting: 'We will win! We will win!’ At one point I told Busi that Marc wasn’t okay.
i hope neil is having a good soft birthday with his family and sharing lots of kisses with andrew and cuddles with the cats i hope hes so happy and taking care of himself and being taken care of i hope hes smiling into his hand bc hes so happy to be neil hes so happy to be alive and hes so glad he chose this life hes allowed to live and love and be loved
Marc-Andre Ter Stegen celebrates their victory goal during the UEFA Champions League round of 16 second leg football match FC Barcelona vs Paris Saint-Germain FC at the Camp Nou stadium in Barcelona on March 8, 2017.