Three, to be precise.
The young superstar scored on a penalty three minutes later then Sergi Roberto netted the victor five minutes into injury time to complete the improbable comeback.
Barcelona made history on Wednesday night by becoming the first team to win a Champions League tie from 4-0 down after the first leg. "For what it meant, for what we experienced and because I am in great form", the Brazilian told BeIN Sports.
Neymar swung a cross in over the massed ranks of players at the edge of the PSG box, substitute Sergi Roberto snuck in and stretched his foot out to volley the ball past a hapless Trapp with the outside of his boot for the victor.
Barcelona's heart will go on to the quarter finals of Europe's premier club competition.
After this epic "remontada", Barca's players will feel they can walk on water now.
"Faith is the word that best defines this tonight", he continued. "We did it in Paris together with a very good one of them".
When Barcelona loses the ball, the team reverts to four men in the back, with one of the midfielders dropping into the back line.
"Hopefully we can produce a miracle", said midfielder Ivan Rakitic. "The first half was more about our mistakes". It was Luis Suarez who gave Barca the ideal start.
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Neymar took over Messi's duties and cooly slotted past trapp.
Suarez then earned a penalty in the final minute, which Neymar netted.
He struck first with a curling free kick from the left flank that slipped inside Trapp's near post.
They had the ideal start when Suarez's effort just went over the line after just three minutes.
"When we analyse it, it is true that we have missed a major opportunity", said the Spaniard, who had guided Sevilla to Europa League glory in three consecutive seasons before heading to Paris. "But this team, if there is something it has proven, it's that it is made for nights like this".
"We've seen comebacks but never anything like this".
"We're the only ones in this country that have achieved it, but not every year you can". "Luis Enrique has been experimenting - and, in the last two games against Sporting Gijon and Celta Vigo, excelling - with a new formation".
"I would like to dedicate this to all Barcelona fans, but especially those that kept supporting us after the 4-0 [in Paris]. That's very, very hard to accept", said PSG president Nasser Al-Khelaifi.