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Lionel Messi gets mobbed as he tries leave Camp Nou after Barcelona's astonishing comeback

FOOTBALL By The Mirror | March 9th 2017

Security personnel try their best to clear the road ahead of the vehicle, but they are more than outnumbered by the groups of excited fans.

While some are willing to take pictures from a distance, others want to get as close to the car as physically possible.

Lionel Messi mobbed as he tries leave Camp Nou after Barcelona's astonishing comeback against PSG

After an insane night which saw the biggest comeback in football history, Lionel Messi probably just wanted to get home and take stock of what the hell just happened.

But when you're a superstar player, commuting isn't easy.

The Catalans star was mobbed by hyper fans as he tried to drive away from the Camp Nou on Wednesday night following Barcelona's stunning comeback against PSG.

Footage captured by the Barcelona star's fiancée Antonella Roccuzzo shows supporters swarming Messi's car chanting his name while attempting to snap photos of him.

Security personnel try their best to clear the road ahead of the vehicle, but they are more than outnumbered by the groups of excited fans.

While some are willing to take pictures from a distance, others want to get as close to the car as physically possible.

Argentina's Lionel Messi is escorted by security personnel as he makes an exit

 

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