Barcelona's Marc-André ter Stegen Pulls Off World-Class Save In The Champions League

Marc-André ter Stegen pulled off a world-class save against Lyon in the Champions League.

The German stopper was called into action in the opening stages after Martin Terrier unleashed a rasping long-range strike.

Image: BT Sport
Image: BT Sport

But he was denied an incredible goal after the Barcelona man brilliantly tipped the ball onto the crossbar with one-hand.

Stunning, stunning save from one of the best in the business. He's up there with one of the best keepers in world football.

Needless to say, his heroics in goal sent social media into overdrive.

He kept another clean sheet as Lyon and Barcelona played out a goalless draw in the Champions League round of 16 first-leg.

Meanwhile, the La Liga leaders resume their league campaign on Saturday as they face Sevilla.

Nasir Jabbar

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