Fighting back from an early own goal and letting Lionel Messi have his way from the penalty spot, Kevin-Prince Boateng gave Milan their second equalizer of the first half against Barcelona with this next-level effort that dropped Victor Valdes on his rear end.
Unhinging his body to reign in the ball at the top of the box, Boateng then went into to turbo mode whiling pulling off a bit of fancy dribbling before slamming the ball into the near side of the net. You can blame Valdes if you like, but it probably would've melted his hand if he touched that ball.
Barcelona would get their inevitable winner in the second half. And instead of equalizing yet again, Zlatan Ibrahimovic decided to just kick Seydou Keita in the head instead.