UEFA Champions League: Robert Lewandowski Earns Barcelona 3-3 Draw Against Inter Milan

Barcelona couldn't get the triumph it required at home against Bury Milan, and for the second season in succession the Catalan club probably won't come to the knockout phase of the UEFA Champions Association.

Robert Lewandowski scored in stoppage time to assist Barcelona with rescuing a 3-3 move in an undeniably exhilarating ever changing match against Bury on Wednesday,

Yet the outcome did close to nothing to help Barça's possibilities progressing.

Lewandowski kept the group alive — for the present at any rate — with a last-wheeze header after the guests had taken a 3-2 lead with an objective from Robin Gosens in the 89th.

A misfortune would have implied specific disposal for Barcelona briefly back to back prepare in the gathering stage. Barcelona are third in Gathering C with four places, three behind runner up Bury.

Bayern Munich, which beat Viktoria Plzen 4-2 for their fourth triumph straight, has progressed with 12 places.

Barcelona's Robert Lewandowski, Barcelona's Sergio Busquets and Barcelona's Ousmane Dembele, from left,

leave the field after the Bosses Association Gathering C soccer match among Barcelona and Entomb Milan at the Camp Nou arena in Barcelona, Spain.

Entomb Milan's Robin Gosens, right, celebrates with his partners in the wake of scoring his side's third objective during the Heroes Association Gathering C soccer match among Barcelona and Bury Milan at the Camp Nou arena in Barcelona, Spain.