Barça trailed 2-0 at the break but fought back to win their second Champions League in Eindhoven
Barcelona came from two goals down to win their second Champions League as they beat Wolfsburg 3-2 in Saturday's final in Eindhoven.
Patri Guijarro starred with two goals in two minutes at the start of the second half as Barça fought back from 2-0 down in front of 33,147 fans at the Philips Stadion.
That set the stage for former Wolfsburg winger Fridolina Rolfo to score the winner in the 70th minute as the Blaugrana moved on from last year's final defeat to Lyon.
Wolfsburg had led 2-0 at the break through goals from Ewa Pajor and Alexandra Popp as they chased a third Champions League trophy and their first since 2014.
Barça coach Jonatan Giraldez said that lead was "unfair" based on the chances created and that proved so in the second half as the Catalan side turned up the pressure.
Caroline Graham Hansen set up Patri to get Barça back into the game inhe 48th minute, the early goal changing the tide of the game dramatically.
Within two minutes, Barça were then level, Patri again the scorer, heading in Aitana Bonmati's cross to leave the German side shellshocked.
Pajor had chances on the break for Wolfsburg but Barça were now in control and Rolfo scored from six yards after Mariona Caldentey had missed to hand Barça the trophy.