Champions League football as it happened

Live text commentary as Barcelona and Bayern Munich join Real Madrid and Dortmund in the last four of the Champions League.

10 April 2013 Last updated at 22:34

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  1. 2233: 

    That's a wrap from us for another night then. Bright and early start tomorrow as Chelsea go for Europa League glory in Russia. We'll be live from 1600 BST - join us there. Nice one.

  2. 2228: 

    Andy, Warwick: "All these people calling for away goals to be scrapped... You weren't complaining last night watching Dortmund be forced into a comeback!"

    Des, Chessington: "Who needs the UCL, we have wonderful English football, all its passion, glory, tempo, crunching tackles & Stoke! Ahh the EPL (.... best league in the world.) Hey ....who's that laughing ...?"

    Olly, Norwich: "Best player in the world - Messi, second best player in the world - Messi with a torn hamstring."

  3. 2225: 
    PLAYER REACTION- Juventus 0-2 Bayern (Agg: 0-4)
    Gigi Buffon

    Juventus goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon: "The big difference between them and us is experience. I was even more impressed tonight than in Munich. In the first leg we did not give our all, but tonight we did and still there was nothing we could do. I think Bayern can win the Champions League."

  4. 2217: 

    Don't forget that the draw for the Champions League semi-finals will take place at 1100 BST on Friday morning. We will of course cover it live in Sportsday.

  5. 2212: 

    Laweezy: "I think it's time for Uefa to change the away goal rule. How can a team that did not lose both leg go out?"

    Paul Haughton: "Dortmund and Real from City's group both in semis- puts the press hysteria on City's poor show in some context."

  6. 2208: 

    Barcelona midfielder Cesc Fabregas: "Semi-finals achieved! We suffered but we got it!"

  7. 2207:  
    Dietmar Hamann, Former Liverpool, Man City & Newcastle midfielder

    "Munich very impressive again. Fair to say the best 4 teams battle it out for the CL title. Would love to see Barca play Bayern in the semis."

  8. 2206: 
    PLAYER REACTION- Barcelona 1-1 PSG (Agg: 3-3)
    Gerard Pique & David Beckham

    Barcelona defender Gerard Pique: "I think Barca has shown a lot of quality in the six years and I think we deserve it again to be in the semi-finals. (Paris St-Germain) are very strong with good quality but I think we deserved it. In the first leg we deserved a little more and tonight we're very happy to have qualified. It doesn't matter if (Lionel Messi's) a little bit injured he can change everything. We are very proud and lucky to have him in our side. He's our reference as a striker - he can score, he can pass he can do anything and everything."

  9. 2205: 

    Opta Sports: "2 - Barcelona have only fired two shots on target against PSG, their worst record at home in a #UCL game in the last 10 seasons. Tension."

  10. 2204: 
    PLAYER REACTON- Barcelona 1-1 PSG (Agg: 3-3)

    Barcelona goalscorer Pedro: "[Lionel] Messi is a very important player and he put in a great effort [after coming on]. He was the catalyst; we changed after he came on and we have to thank him for that. It doesn't matter to us who we get in the semi-finals as all of the teams in the draw will be very difficult to play against."

  11. 2201: 

    Gerard Pique says that Lionel Messi "can do anything" - I wonder if he will be coming home to Shakira with another net for his collection?

  12. 2200: 

    Chelsea striker Demba Ba: "Bravo PSG! Paris can be proud. Unfortunately they couldn't do what the Blues did to them last year!"

  13. 2156: 

    Sheffield United confirm that manager Danny Wilson has left the League One club. First team coach Chris Morgan will take temporary charge for the rest of the season. Assistant manager Frank Barlow has also left the Blades.

    Owner Kevin McCabe told the club's website: "We must thank Danny and Frank for all their endeavours and hard work over the past two seasons. We now have a mini-season for this club to achieve success and we will all back Chris in this mission."

  14. 2155: 
    PLAYER REACTION- Juventus 0-2 Bayern (Agg: 0-4)
    Arjen Robben

    Bayern Munich winger Arjen Robben: "If you win away 2-0 in Turin here I think that's an amazing result because they are unbeaten for I don't know how many games and they are so strong at the back. Even more, if you dominate the game in the second half as we did, it is a great performance. We would like to be kept apart from Borussia Dortmund in the semi-finals but we don't have a choice and it comes out how it comes. It going to be a big one, and the semi-finals have maybe the four best teams at the moment."

  15. 2154: 

    Sam Rankin: "I often read about how Maradona was able to lift an 'average' team in a way that Messi can't... Beginning to wonder."

    Paren: "Juve are a good team and PSG are OK, but the best 4 teams in Europe are in the semis of the CL."

    Va/v\ink: "Germany, Spain dominating both club and international level. England need a complete FA overhaul to win a major competition."

    Calum Trimble: "These are the 4 teams most would have chosen to get through, but only Bayern really had a convincing win...all to play for!"

  16. 2150: 

    Oliver: "Watching this Bayern team I feel Pep Guardiola will be wasted there as they're so good already. A top manager should look for more of a challenge."

    Cameron, Herts: "The thought of Bayern v Dortmund and Barca v Real in the semis is mouth-watering."

    Big John: "Barca go through on the dodgy penalty from the first leg. Fine margins in the Champions League!"

    Pete the Gunner: "We have just witnessed an extraordinary match in which an extraordinary player single-handedly changes a match by his mere presence. What a gift! Thank you Messi."

  17. 2148: 

    Can Lionel Messi get fully fit now for the semi-finals? The first leg will be on either the 22 or 23rd of April so he has two weeks to put his feet up as La Liga is all but sewn up.

    Imagine how good he will be when he's not injured...

  18. 2146: 

    Brentford are now just two points off second place in League One with a game in hand on Bournemouth, one place above them in the table, after a precious 2-0 victory at Crewe. In League Two, Barry Corr scores a late consolation goal for Southend but it's too little too late as Rochdale win 4-2 at Spotland.

  19. 2146:  
    Phil McNulty, BBC Sport Chief Football Writer

    "Outstanding last four in the Champions League. What quality to look forward to. Real Madrid, Barcelona, Borussia Dortmund, Bayern Munich."

  20. 2143: 

    Swansea winger Wayne Routledge: "I don't ever wanna hear that one player can't make that much of a difference! Barca are a different animal with the little genius, and Iniesta."

  21. 2142: 

    What do you get if you swap Borussia Dortmund for Chelsea?

    Last year's last four, that's what.

    Bayern Munich beat Real Madrid on penalties after they drew 3-3 on aggregate, while Chelsea saw off Barcelona 3-2.

  22. 2141: 

    Christian White: "Fair play to Messi, even half fit he can change a game. PSG could have won that. FC Bayern to win the Champions League."

    Matthew Conroy: "Barcelona were useless before Messi came on, that substitution completely changed the game."

    Matthew Bridger: "Away goals rule is silly, how can a team who didn't lose either leg go out?"

    James Ward: "That's such a strong SF line-up. As I have since the group stages, still fancy Dortmund. Would love to see them win it too."

  23. 2140: 
    Barcelona 1-1 PSG (Agg: 3-3)

    Spanish football writer Andy West reports: "Two years ago, who would have thought that Paris St-Germain would run Barcelona so close in the quarter finals of the Champions League? It's a mark of the progress made by the French club that the final whistle sparked joyous celebrations - Barca know they got a bit lucky. They were far from their best but the introduction of that man Messi provided the spark they needed. Now here in Spain we'll have to endure relentless media speculation about the prospect of a Barca-Madrid semi-final...roll on Friday lunchtime."

  24. 2139: 

    Manchester City midfielder Samir Nasri: "Messi and Iniesta are different class."

  25. 2138: 

    The semi-final draw will be made at 1100 BST on Friday - but to jog your memory those teams still involved are:


    Bayern Munich

    Borussia Dortmund

    Real Madrid

  26. 2138:  
    Marseille midfielder Joey Barton

    "Gallant effort from PSG. Unbeaten in two games against Barca. Unlucky to go out. Great advert for French league."

  27. 2137: 

    Brentford look like they have secured a precious three points at Crewe as substitute Marcello Trotta strikes a 84th minute goal a minute after coming on to put the Bees 2-0 ahead in League One.

  28. 2136: 
    FULL-TIME- Barcelona 1-1 PSG (Agg: 3-3)
    Pedro celebrates scoring for Barca

    Barcelona go through on away goals.

  29. 2135: 

    Bayern roll on, but we are still playing in Barcelona...

  30. 2135: 
    FULL-TIME- Juventus 0-2 Bayern (Agg: 0-4)
  31. 2133: 
    GOAL- Juventus 0-2 Bayern (Agg: 0-4) - Claudio Pizarro (90 mins)

    Clinical, clinical stuff from Bayern. Bastian Schwenisteiger beats the entire Juve midfield with one shimmy of his hips before picking out the run of Chelsea reject and substitute Claudio Pizarro. Pizarro nonchalantly rolls the ball home to wrap up a dominant win for the German side.

  32. 2132: 

    Mark: "If Barca can see this out, we could be in store for two fierce derby semi-finals. BVB vs Bayern and Real vs Barca. Does it get much better?"

    Alex, Forfar: "If you were to pick a fantasy team from the 4 likely semi-finalists, there would be at least 6 players in there from Barca - so funny that people still doubt their class."

    Ola, Reading: "Tonight just shows that Barcelona minus Messi is the equivalent of Arsenal, plenty passing very little cutting edge."

  33. 2131: 
    YELLOW CARD- Barcelona 1-1 PSG (Agg: 3-3)

    That last chapter in the David Beckham book may have to be called 'Hatchet Man.'

    He is booked again after a number of late fouls.

    We are nito added time now.

  34. 2129: 
    SHOWBOAT- Barcelona 1-1 PSG (Agg: 3-3)

    Andres Iniesta - yet another brilliant turn inside the area as he completely wrongfoots Christophe Jallet but bangs his shot wide with his left-foot.

  35. 2128: 

    Jake Waring: "This has got Becks free-kick written all over it."

    Andrew Priestley: "PSG might as well go all out for the 2nd away goal. Even if they concede another it doesn't change the fact they MUST score."

    John Paul Sykes: "Looks like two each from German and Spanish leagues then... Still think the Prem is best league in the world anyone?"

    George Baggaley: "This will be Xavi's last season as an automatic starter. Not been same player this year. Not a constant influence anymore."

  36. 2128: 

    Into the last five minutes. It's now or never PSG...

  37. 2128: 
    Barcelona 1-1 PSG (Agg: 3-3)

    Spanish football writer Andy West reports: "David Beckham seemed to be recognised by the Barca fans - a nice round of whistling and jeering when he appeared. Of course, that's the kind of reception earned by any former Real Madrid player in these parts. Barca are sitting deep in a 4-5-1 formation now, with the 'double pivot' of sub Alex Song alongside Busquets. Can Becks plonk one on Zlatan's head? That's surely the plan for PSG."

  38. 2127: 
    YELLOW CARD- Barcelona 1-1 PSG (Agg: 3-3)

    David Beckham slots into that extremely deep 'quarterback' role and tries to get PSG moving, but Barca instead counter and Lionel Messi is almost haring in on goal until he is checked by a foul from Thiago Silva. Booking for the Brazilian.

  39. 2125: 

    Rochdale are heading for a third successive win after scoring twice in three minutes against Southend. Bobby Grant grabs his second goal of the night before Ashley Grimes makes it 4-1 at Spotland.

  40. 2123: 
    SUBSTITUTION- Barcelona 1-1 PSG (Agg: 3-3)

    Here he is. PSG turn to David Beckham in the dying stages, as he replaces Marco Verratti. Can he write another chapter in his career?

  41. 2122: 
    Barcelona 1-1 PSG (Agg: 3-3)
    Pedro (left) celebrates scoring for Barca

    Into the last 10 minutes. As it stands, Pedro - who scored in the 2011 final at Wembley - has put Barcelona back on course for a return to the famous London stadium.

  42. 2122:  
    Dietmar Hamann, Former Liverpool, Man City & Newcastle midfielder

    "Messi is phenomenal ...without him Barca won't win CL."

  43. 2120: 
    CLOSE!- Juventus 0-1 Bayern (Agg: 0-3)

    Another beautifully-struck effort from Thomas Mueller, but for the second time tonight the Bayern man is just of target from the edge of the box. Juve are chasing shadows now.

  44. 2119: 
    Juventus 0-1 Bayern (Agg: 0-3)

    It's a walk in the park for Bayern Munich now, pass and move of the highest order. We are set for some stunning semi-finals.

  45. 2118: 

    Frank, Scotland: "Barca will see this out as PSG are full of prima donnas as you would expect from a team rebuilding. Ibrahimovic is a waste of money and Barca did the right thing to get rid!"

    Paul: "PSG, just like AC Milan before them, will pay for the chances they've missed."

  46. 2116: 
    Barcelona 1-1 PSG (Agg: 3-3)

    We shouldn't be surprised or in any way impressed by the impact Lionel Messi has had since coming on, but he has changed the whole outlook of Barcelona's play.

    It's like when Noel Gallagher joined his kid brother's band. Instant success.

  47. 2116: 

    Mitesh Chavda: "Messi the physiological factor in the match. catalyst."

    Alex Storey: "Fit or not, Messi has changed this game."

    Andrew Priestley: "It had to happen, Barcelona were always going to score at home. PSG have known all along that they had to score at least twice."

    Sean Whittall: "If you asked "Which player is the most deserving to win this tie?" Messi. If you asked "Which team is most deserving?" PSG."

  48. 2115: 
    Barcelona 1-1 PSG (Agg: 3-3)

    Just to clarify, that strike means that Barcelona are once more going through on away goals.

  49. 2114: 
    Barcelona 1-1 PSG (Agg: 3-3)

    Spanish football writer Andy West reports: "That equaliser was coming. Barca became a completely different team since the arrival of Messi. Suddenly they started playing with purpose and a sense of conviction that they can create chances, and when they what a strike from Pedro, not normally known for his fearsome finishing. The place has come alive, alive, alive."

  50. 2112: 
    GOAL- Barcelona 1-1 PSG (Agg: 3-3) - Pedro (71 mins)

    A goal for Barca! A goal for Bryan!

    Barcelona fashion a stunning equaliser, as Lionel Messi slaloms through a crowded midfield, picks out David Villa arriving in the area and despite two defenders in close attendance, Villa is able to pick out new father Pedro just outside the area and he cracks home left-footed.

  51. 2112: 
    Barcelona 0-1 PSG (Agg: 2-3)

    Spanish football writer Andy West reports: "This is a bit more like it. Barca are looking a completely different team since the arrival of Messi. Suddenly they are playing with purpose and a sense of conviction that they can create chances, with Iniesta coming to the fore. The crowd have come to life as well. But PSG are dangerous on the break. Fascinating 20 minutes ahead."

  52. 2111: 

    Idowu Lawanson: "Game over in Turin!"

    Karel Deprez: "More than anything, a Juventus-exit will be sorry for the beard lovers. Can't see Messi rocking a Pirlo now can you?"

  53. 2110: 

    Into the last quarter of these games. Can Barcelona find a goal?

  54. 2109: 
    CLOSE!- Barcelona 0-1 PSG (Agg: 2-3)

    Like a shot of a adrenaline through the Barcelona veins, Lionel Messi's introduction has lifted Barcelona immediately. Andres Iniesta plays a neat one-two with David Villa and shoots hard and low for the bottom corner. Salavatore Sirigu beats it away, straight to the feet of Messi, but the Argentine miscontrols and the chance is gone. It may not be his last though…

  55. 2108: 
    CLOSE!- Juventus 0-1 Bayern (Agg: 0-3)

    Bayern hit Juve instantly on the break and Thomas Mueller should make it 4-0 on aggregate, but he gets under his shot and sweeps the ball over the bar.


    Jeremy Meyer: "Barca really clutching at straws here, Messi obviously not fit."

    Craig Williams: "I know it's a cliche, but I think PSG have scored too early."

    James Borthwick: "The fans behind the PSG goals must need body armour on with the amount of shots that Barcelona are hitting over the bar!"

  57. 2106: 
    GOAL- Juventus 0-1 Bayern (Agg: 0-3) - Mario Mandzukic (64 mins)

    A ripple of polite applause rings out in Turin as the home fans seemingly concede that their Champions League campaign is over.

    Bastian Schweinsteiger delivers a gem of a free-kick from wide on the right, Javi Martinez stretches to get a stud to the ball and while Gigi Buffon is able to make the save, Mario Mandzukic is on hand to score with a stooping header.

    Juve need four.

  58. 2104: 
    SUBSTITUTION- Barcelona 0-1 PSG (Agg: 2-3)

    Change for Barca - Lionel Messi on for Cesc Fabregas and Marc Bartra on for the stricken Adriano.

    Lionel Messi, your club needs you.


    Cameron, Oxford: "How important could that 90th minute equaliser in Paris prove to be now?"

    Brent, London: "Ibra is the perfect blend of technique, arrogance and bad guy swagger not seen since Mr Perfect was suplexing his way around the WWF."

    Ed, London: "So excited by the prospect of tiki taka getting a surprise early boot from this contest, leaving stimulating attacking teams to make up the final!"

  60. 2102: 
    Barcelona 0-1 PSG (Agg: 2-3)
    Javier Pastore scores for PSG

    Half an hour to go in Spain. Can Barcelona save this?

  61. 2101: 

    Southend were level for just five minutes at Rochdale, Bobby Grant has just headed the home side 2-1 ahead. In League One, Brentford are still holding onto their priceless 1-0 lead at Crewe.

  62. 2059: 
    HITS THE WOODWORK- Juventus 0-0 Bayern (Agg: 0-2)
    Juve's Andrea Pirlo and Bayern's Bastian Schweinsteiger

    Juventus looking to force the issue as Giorgio Chiellini charges forwards from defence and goes down looking for a penalty - nothing doing.

    But Bayern then almost apply the coup de grace, with Arjen Robben curling a great strike from 20 yards which cannons back off the far post. Inches.

  63. 2058: 
    Barcelona 0-1 PSG (Agg: 2-3)

    David Villa cracks a shot wide from 25 yards but Barca don't really look like scoring as yet. How fit is Lionel Messi? They may need him to be bang on it here.


    Okeke Obinna: "Beautoful goal by Pastore, but Valdes should haved saved that."

    Dianne: "Great goal for Pastore and PSG. No dithering, just get it in the goal. That'll liven things up!"

    Zachary Fox: "Barca losing so an injured Messi comes on...They aren't helping the whole 'one man team' accusation thing are they?"

  65. 2057: 
    Barcelona 0-1 PSG (Agg: 2-3)

    Spanish football writer Andy West reports: "Well, that goal might wake Barca up. To be honest, something needs to. Lovely weight on the pass from Ibrahimovic and Pastore confirmed his class with a cool finish. The PSG fans up in the gods in the stand opposite me are making quite a din now, and Barca are rocking. Fortunately they've got a certain someone on the bench and he's just received an enormous ovation as he came out to warm up."

  66. 2057: 
    Barcelona 0-1 PSG (Agg: 2-3)

    BBC World Service's Steve Crossman reports from Barcelona: "Now Barcelona are worried. Tricolore flags are waved with vigour. Explosions and great plumes of smoke emerge from the gods of the ground where the rowdy PSG contingent are housed. Game on."

  67. 2056: 

    West Indies cricketer Chris Gayle: "Was sleeping with one eye open...that goal opened the other!! Paris St-Germain you beauty!"

  68. 2055: 
    Barcelona 0-1 PSG (Agg: 2-3)

    The greatest substitute in football? Barca's fans think so as Lionel Messi frantically warms up below them. The little master will have a maximum of 35 minutes to save this.

  69. 2055: 

    Phil Brown is still searching for his first win as Southend boss but his side have responded to his half-time words of wisdom - Mark Phillips has made it 1-1 with a close-range header at Rochdale.

  70. 2054: 
    HITS THE WOODWORK- Juventus 0-0 Bayern (Agg: 0-2)

    And almost a goal in Turin as well as Fabio Quagliarella drives in a low, dipping shot form the edge of the box which kisses the base of the post on its way wide.

  71. 2051: 
    GOAL- Barcelona 0-1 PSG (Agg: 2-3) - Javier Pastore (50 mins)

    Well then! Lionel Messi is instantly sent out to warm-up as PSG take the lead!

    Zlatan Ibrahimovic unlocks the Barca defence with a great through-ball to send Javier Pastore in on goal and the Argentine keeps remarkably cool to slot home. Ezequiel Lavezzi was a mile offside when Zlatan played the through ball but Pastore wasn't. Game on!

  72. 2050: 
    Barcelona 0-0 PSG (Agg: 2-2)
    Barcelona coach Tito Vilanova

    Barca have started the second half at a high tempo, but Cesc Fabregas ruins a neat build-up with a horrible shot which was closer to corner flag than top corner.

  73. 2049: 
    Juventus 0-0 Bayern (Agg: 0-2)

    ...he is interested, but his shot is deflected off Bayern skipper Philipp Lahm and almost wrongfoots Manuel Neuer, but the Munich keeper makes the save.

  74. 2048: 
    Juventus 0-0 Bayern (Agg: 0-2)

    Juve win another free-kick in a dangerous area. Andrea Pirlo will be interested...

  75. 2047: 
    KICK-OFF- Juventus 0-0 Bayern (Agg: 0-2)

    And in Turin. Juventus have 45 minutes to salvage this. They need at least two goals.

  76. 2047: 
    KICK-OFF- Barcelona 0-0 PSG (Agg: 2-2)

    We are back under way in Barcelona.

  77. 2045: 

    Kanayo Umeogu: "Seems all the goals were used up in yesterday's goalfest."

    Sam Robinson: "Overall, little to get excited about in CL so far tonight, here's hoping the second halves are as eventful as last night's."

    Herschelle Labahn: "If last night is anything to go by... Brace yourselves for an EPIC second half."

  78. 2043: 

    Barcelona have apparently had 13 shots tonight, but none have hit the target. That's what happens without Lionel Messi.

    The Spanish side have not lost in 20 home games in the Champions League. A tough call for PSG to end that run now.

  79. 2040: 

    Juventus have forward Alessandro Matri, who impressed me in both games against Celtic, available on the bench, while PSG can turn to Kevin Gameiro, Clement Chantome and Mr Beckham.

    Both sides have to score. The question is how long will they leave it before making a change?

  80. 2037: 

    Michael, Glasgow: "It's essential that Juventus score early in the second half to stand any chance of reaching the semi-final. Can't see them performing the heroics of Dortmund against the calibre of Munich."

    Harry, Bristol: "PSG on top but need to score soon me thinks! Longer it's 0-0 the happier Barca will feel."

    Stuart: "You can see why Man Utd wanted Moura in the summer, looks a fantastic player."

  81. 2036: 

    Farhan Khan: "Zlatan it's your time to make Messi & Co repent treating you the way they did!! Although you really are selfish!"

    Lorcan Stakem: "Forget Neymar, Lucas Moura is going to be the star for Brazil in 2014."

    Joshua Bolaji: "Here's an interesting equation: Barcelona - Messi= Arsenal. Messi is massive."

    Tokunbo: "Juve can't break Bayern down, Pirlo not at his best again."

  82. 2034: 
    HALF-TIME- Juventus 0-0 Bayern (Agg: 0-2)

    Alistair Magowan's half-time snapshot: "Bayern looking comfortable in Turin and of the two teams appear the most likely to score based on the first-half evidence. Andrea Pirlo's free-kick aside, Juventus have not shown much threat in attack and might need a different approach in the second half."

  83. 2033: 
    Barcelona 0-0 PSG (Agg: 2-2)

    Spanish football writer Andy West reports: "That was a half of two halves, if you like. Barca were well on top in the early stages but PSG improved significantly and were much the better team for the final 25 minutes. The home team's front three of Pedro, Villa and Fabregas are struggling to exert any impact while Lavezzi, Pastore and Moura have been threatening for PSG. How long into the second half before Mr Messi starts warming up...?"

  84. 2032: 

    Job done at the break for Bayern Munich and Bayern Munich then. Much to do for Juventus and PSG.

  85. 2032: 
    HALF-TIME- Juventus 0-0 Bayern (Agg: 0-2)
  86. 2032: 
    HALF-TIME- Barcelona 0-0 PSG (Agg: 2-2)
  87. 2031: 
    Barcelona 0-0 PSG (Agg: 2-2)

    Lionel Messi is not making for a good substitute. He's all over the place. Up and down, out of his seat. He's not used to being on the bench, that's for sure.

    Lionel Messi (right) on the bench for Barca
  88. 2031: 

    OptaJose: "4 - Victor Valdes has made more saves against PSG tonight than any other game at home this season in all competitions."

  89. 2029: 

    Keith Hill's return to League Two's Rochdale is gathering momentum and his side are 1-0 up against Southend at Spotland after Michael Rose fired in a 35th-minute free-kick.

  90. 2027: 
    Barcelona 0-0 PSG (Agg: 2-2)

    BBC World Service's Steve Crossman reports from Barcelona: "From where I'm sitting PSG supporters are winning the decibels battle now but only just. When the referee failed to spot that Dani Alves was ready to come back on after treatment the whistling was like nothing I've ever heard."

  91. 2025: 
    Barcelona 0-0 PSG (Agg: 2-2)

    Zlatan Ibrahimovic fancies a goal against his former employers tonight. The Swede is played in by a brilliant touch from Javier Pastore, he almost gets there ahead of Victor Valdes but the Barca keeper just about gets there to make a touch. Five minutes to the break and PSG look dangerous.

  92. 2025: 

    Amit, Chelsea: "Why is Messi still on the bench? Unleash the human highlight reel!"

    B. Rogers, Liverpool: "Do you think PSG will swap their Lucas for our Lucas?!"

  93. 2023: 
    GREAT SAVE!- Juventus 0-0 Bayern (Agg: 0-2)

    Bayern left-back David Alaba - who scored from a very long way out in the first leg - cracks in another effort from 25 yards out as Juve only half clear a corner, but Gigi Buffon reacts well this time to turn it away.

  94. 2022:  
    Everton captain Phil Neville

    "PSG front 3 Lavezzi, Ibra, Moura will win this game for PSG!"

  95. 2021: 
    Barcelona 0-0 PSG (Agg: 2-2)
    Barca's Andres Iniesta is surrounded by PSG players

    Spanish football writer Andy West reports: "PSG much more settled in the last 15 minutes. They've got to grips with Barca's formation and are increasingly dangerous on the attack. Zlatan Ibrahimovic has been relatively quiet but Argentine duo Javier Pastore and, in particular, Ezequiel Lavezzi, are looking classy performers. How many brilliant attackers do Argentina want, by the way...could they lend some to England?"

  96. 2019: 
    SUBSTITUTION- Juventus 0-0 Bayern (Agg: 0-2)

    Bayern have to make a change at the back as former Manchester City centre-half Daniel Van Buyten has to come off after an early boot to the head. Jerome Boateng is on in his place.

  97. 2018: 

    BBC Radio Sheffield Sports Editor Paul Walker is reporting that Sheffield United manager Danny Wilson has parted company with the League One side but understands it will not be confirmed until Thursday morning.

  98. 2017: 
    CLOSE!- Juventus 0-0 Bayern (Agg: 0-2)

    Great centre-forward play.

    Mario Mandzukic cushions a forward pass with his chest, right into the path of Thomas Mueller, who catches the shot perfectly on the bounce only to see it scream wide of the far post.

    That was like Jan Koller to Milan Baros at Euro 2004. Fine touch.

  99. 2016: 

    Half-hour gone in both games. No goals as yet but plenty of endeavour. Are we in for an edgy end to the games tonight?

  100. 2015: 
    Barcelona 0-0 PSG (Agg: 2-2)

    Spanish football writer Andy West reports: "PSG much more settled in the last 15 minutes. They've got to grips with Barca's formation and are increasingly dangerous on the attack. Zlatan Ibrahimovic has been relatively quiet but Argentine duo Javier Pastore and, in particular, Ezequiel Lavezzi, are looking classy performers. How many brilliant attackers do Argentina want, by the way...could they lend some to England?"

  101. 2013: 
    GREAT SAVE!- Barcelona 0-0 PSG (Agg: 2-2)

    PSG are giving this a good go. A real good go.

    Zlatan Ibrahimovic gets in behind the defence and stands up a good cross to the back post, Lucas Moura does well to climb high and head toward the top corner, but Victor Valdes is able to turn it away.

    Valdes then saves from Alex's header from the following corner - but an offside flag was already raised.


    Ruairi, Putney: "Never thought I'd say this, but Barcelona look vulnerable, come on PSG!"

    Mitch, Newcastle: "PSG playing a brave 4-3-3 style formation, can see Alba and Alve exploiting the wings left by PSGs midfield."

  103. 2011: 
    Juventus 0-0 Bayern (Agg: 0-2)

    Juve fashion a decent chance now, as Simone Padoin starts the move with a thunderous challenge on Franck Ribery, the ball is then played out to Paul Pogba, who drills a low cross right across the face of the six-yard box. Where's a number 9 when you need him? Nobody there for a tap-in and Bayern survive.

  104. 2010: 
    CLOSE!- Barcelona 0-0 PSG (Agg: 2-2)

    Barcelona get behind Paris St-Germain for the first time as Pedro skins Christophe Jallet down the left edge of the penalty area. Pedro's low cross is palmed weakly back into the six-yard box by goalkeeper Salvatore Sirigu and finds its way back to the Spanish international's feet, but his follow-up is into the side netting.

    Ezequiel Lavezzi then has a toe-poked shot saved at the other end. Pretty open at the Nou Camp.

  105. 2010: 
    Barcelona 0-0 PSG (Agg: 2-2)

    Spanish football writer Andy West reports: "Time for a history lesson: if you were wondering about the chant that went around the stadium after 17 minutes, it was the Barca fans calling for Catalan independence. They repeat the chant after 17 minutes and 14 seconds of every half, signifying the year of the War of the Spanish Succession, when Catalonia became annexed to Spain."

  106. 2009: 

    Isaac Manda: "Are Barca looking average or maybe they are just missing that small Argentine wizard?"

    Chander Sidhu: "Forget the networking exam revision it's all about the champions league tonight."

    Shane McMenemy: "Carlo Ancelotti getting a lot of air-time tonight as 'That man standing in front of Beckham'."

  107. 2009: 
    GREAT SAVE!- Juventus 0-0 Bayern (Agg: 0-2)

    It's dead-ball expert Andrea Pirlo who takes the free-kick for Juventus, and he smashes it right at the top corner. No finesse there, just pace, but Manuel Neuer plants his feet and punches the ball away. Good hit.

  108. 2009: 
    Barcelona 0-0 PSG (Agg: 2-2)

    BBC World Service's Steve Crossman reports from Barcelona: "Sometimes you sense nerves among fans in a stadium but not here. Barca supporters don't seem concerned at all despite PSG enjoying some early openings at Camp Nou. Plenty of lively chat but no fingernails bitten."

  109. 2005: 
    Juventus 0-0 Bayern (Agg: 0-2)
    Mirko Vucinic (left) shoots at goal for Juventus

    It's not been a classic so far in Turin. with Bayern looking to take the sting out of the tie now by keeping the ball for extended periods and taking their time over all of their set-pieces.

    Philipp Lahm then fouls Claudio Marchisio right on the edge of the box. Free-kick for the hosts.

  110. 2005: 

    The first goal of the night is a big one in the League One promotion race as Bradley Wright-Phillips heads Brentford into a 12th-minute lead at Crewe. That puts Brentford third as it stands.

  111. 2004: 
    Barcelona 0-0 PSG (Agg: 2-2)

    Shoot on sight policy for PSG at the moment, as Lucas Moura again takes aim from 25 yards but spanks it wastefully into that netting high above the goals in the Nou Camp.

    If they can get an away goal though it would put Barca under the cosh.

  112. 2002: 
    Barcelona 0-0 PSG (Agg: 2-2)

    Dani Alves is freed down the right for Barcelona and he digs out a cutback which finds David Villa in space, the striker gets a low shot off but it is well blocked and runs away for a corner which PSG easily deal with.

  113. 1959: 
    Barcelona 0-0 PSG (Agg: 2-2)

    PSG have come into the game now, and they twice go reasonably close from distance.

    First, right-winger Lucas Moura hammers in a low shot which Victor Valdes clutches to his chest, before livewire Ezequiel Lavezzi cuts in from the left but shoots way over the crossbar. A goal now would make the tie interesting.

  114. 1959: 

    Callum J: "Barcelona look ominously fluid in attack yet flimsy in defence, Pique is a bit of a Womble at times, there will be goals."

    Benhard Naweseb: "Cheap yellow card for Mario, poor decision by the referee to start with."

    Constantine Louloudis: "Oh no, now Bayern will have to resort to playing Mario Gomez in the next game, the horror."

  115. 1957: 
    CLOSE!- Barcelona 0-0 PSG (Agg: 2-2)

    Cheeky. Very cheeky!

    Andres Iniesta tries a shot from about 55 yards out, just inside the PSG half, as goalkeeper Salvatore Sirigu is off his line but the lofted effort is a tad too heavy and clears the crossbar. Lovely effort though.

  116. 1956: 
    Barcelona 0-0 PSG (Agg: 2-2)

    Spanish football writer Andy West reports: "Aside from misplaced passes by Busquets and Pique, it's been a confident start from Barca. From the bird's eye view of the press box you can really see how they are stretching the field, with Dani Alves hugging the touchline on the right and Pedro doing the same on the left at all times. It makes the playing area look enormous and spreads the PSG defence across the full width of the pitch, creating more space inside for Xavi, Iniesta and Fabregas to weave their passing patterns."

  117. 1955: 
    Barcelona 0-0 PSG (Agg: 2-2)

    As Ned says, that was really a cynical act from Thiago Silva, he denied Barca a run in on the keeper. A highly unusual event all round, but referee Bjorn Kuipers kept his cards in his pocket.

  118. 1955: 

    Ned, Hertfordshire: "Surely that should be a red card for Thiago Silva? He denied a goal scoring opportunity."

  119. 1953: 
    CLOSE!- Juventus 0-0 Bayern (Agg: 0-2)

    Bayern are understandably annoyed about that booking for Mario Mandzukic, but the Croatian then almost finds the opener, dashing across his man to the near post to meet Franck Ribery's low cross, but Simone Padoin makes an excellent block.

    Bayern growing in stature now after a shaky opening few minutes.

  120. 1952: 
    YELLOW CARD- Juventus 0-0 Bayern (Agg: 0-2)

    A big booking for Bayern. Striker Mario Mandzukic is booked after a coming together with Giorgio Chiellini, who appeared to be late on the striker if anything.

    Mandzukic will now miss the first leg of the semi-final - should Bayern go through.

  121. 1949: 
    Barcelona 0-0 PSG (Agg: 2-2)

    PSG have already tested that makeshift Barcelona backline, as Ezequiel Lavezzi dances through and is almost through on goal. But Gerard Pique recovers well to make the challenge.

    Chaos follows shortly afterwards in the PSG defence as Thiago Silva slips while taking a free-kick, the ball goes about a yard, and he gets up to smash the ball away. You're not allowed to do that and he gives away another free-kick which Xavi hits into the wall.

  122. 1948: 

    Richard, Belfast: "I have never understood all the hype about Barcelona. I find their constant sideways passing very boring to watch. I would love to see PSG overcome them tonight."

    Sam: "Interesting to see Pogba started. However I liked him at United and shocked we let him get away that easy!"

  123. 1947: 
    CLOSE!- Barcelona 0-0 PSG (Agg: 2-2)

    Barca win a free-kick 25 yards from goal, Xavi steps up and pings a brilliant effort in on goal, it curls and dips - and kisses the side-netting.

    About 35,000 in the Nou Camp thought that was in.

  124. 1946: 
    Juventus 0-0 Bayern (Agg: 0-2)

    Juve have the first effort on goal, as Mirko Vucinic finds a low shot from the edge of the area but it's well held by Manuel Neuer. A crackerjack of an atmosphere in Turin.

  125. 1945: 
    KICK-OFF- Barcelona 0-0 PSG (Agg: 2-2)

    And in Barcelona.

  126. 1945: 
    KICK-OFF- Juventus 0-0 Bayern (Agg: 0-2)

    Game on in Turin.

  127. 1944: 

    David, Worcs: "Sad to see the lack of respect for David Beckham on here. I hope you are all as good at your job as he is at his."

    Rik: "Forget the Champions League, tonight is all about League 1; Crewe v Brentford. 3 points for the Bees puts us 4 wins away from being Champions!"

  128. 1942: 
    Barcelona v PSG (1945 BST)

    Cesc Fabregas revelled in the Lionel Messi role against Mallorca on Saturday, scoring a hat-trick in a 5-0 win. His treble was the first time a Spanish player has scored three in a league game for the club since Luis Enrique in 2001. That's what happens when you rely on shoddy imports like Messi, Ronaldinho and Rivaldo.

    Luis Enrique - what a genius on Championship Manager. If I recall correctly he was a D/DM/M/ST - LRC.


  129. 1942: 

    Here come the teams. The signs and banners read 'the road to Wembley' - who is about to come off that road?

  130. 1938: 

    James Hadley: "Since Puyol's powers began to wane, Pique hasn't looked the same. Interesting to see how he copes tonight against Ibrahimovic."

    Lyle Bunyan: "PSG & Ibrahimovic will have Adriano in the bag tonight but Messi will come on and score!"

    Wil: "Anyone else agree that a PSG win would freshen up the usual look of a CL semi final resulting in NO Barcelona? PSG 2-1."

  131. 1935: 
    Barcelona v PSG (1945 BST)

    Spanish football writer Andy West reports: "Still a low-key atmosphere inside the Nou Camp. With less than 15 minutes to kick off the stadium was only half full, which is fairly usual here for routine league games but isn't normally the case for the real big games. All goes to show the general assumption of Barca fans that their team will win - even without Messi. Tito Vilanova will need to make sure his players don't fall into the same trap."

  132. 1932: 
    A Bayern Munich fan in Turin

    Perran, Bristol: "Everyone saying Messi not starting is an issue clearly did not see Fabregas bang a hat-trick on the weekend!"

    Magnus, Glasgow: "PSG's front line is definitely strong enough to get an away goal. Not too sure about their defence though."

    Michael Eskowitz, Manchester: "Both Messi and Beckham not starting is relevant as Messi is the best player in the world and Beckham is the only Englishman left in the Champions League."

  133. 1929: 

    There's mixed news in the Pogba household tonight. Paul starts for Juventus against Bayern Munich, while brother Mathias misses out on Crewe's match with Brentford with a stiff thigh.

  134. 1928: 

    Greg Marshall: "Barca aren't as invincible as they were earlier in the season. PSG will score first and we'll witness the classic FCB onslaught."

    Grumpy Murray: "No Beckham - so PSG are actually playing with 11 men tonight."

    Don Bellucci Jibola: "Fabregas did the Messi at the weekend, let see if he has the Midas touch against PSG."

    Chris Palmer: "Pogba beside Pirlo in Juve's midfield tonight. Pogba is exactly what Man Utd are missing in central midfield now."

  135. 1927: 
    David Beckham

    With 15 minutes to kick-off the players are ready for action. Can PSG pull of an upset at the Nou Camp?

  136. 1921: 

    Michael Bennett, Marble Arch: "Ibra, Lavezzi, Lucas and Pastore... Definitely the stronger attack! Backing PSG to win this."

    Jack, Shawford: "After last night I'm going for two 0-0s tonight. Any more excitement and I will probably get a heart attack."

  137. 1919: 
    Barcelona v PSG (1945 BST)

    Gerard Pique apparently cuts the nets down from a big win and keeps them at home. I bet Shakira loves that. She can't get up the loft for tatty old goal nets.

    Alongside Pique in the Barca defence tonight is Adriano, who is normally a left-back. That could be an area that PSG and Zlatan Ibrahimovic will target.

  138. 1916: 

    AJ Carlos: "Messi not starting is important. Beckham not starting is irrelevant. That they're being mentioned in the same sentence is a joke."

    Mustafa Alkhadder: "Awaiting everyone to slate Ibrahimovic again. Class player and he'll score again today."

    Jacob Andrews: "The Dortmund game yesterday was actually amazing! Hopefully another decent game tonight!"

  139. 1913: 
    Juventus v Bayern (1945 BST)

    Juve are lining up in a 3-5-2 tonight, which may be music to Arjen Robben's ears. Music to my ears is the choice of 'Thunderstruck' by AC/DC on the stadium PA. Classic.

  140. 1910: 
    Juventus v Bayern (1945 BST)

    Juventus boss Antonio Conte restores his strongest side to the equation after their victory in Serie A last weekend. Mirko Vucinic stays in attack alongside Fabio Quagliarella, while Paul Pogba will be one to support Andrea Pirlo in midfield with Gianluigi Buffon back in goal.

    Bayern bring back in the big guns after beating Eintracht Frankfurt on Saturday. Daniel van Buyten partners Dante in defence while Franck Ribery and Mario Mandzukic will aim to cause Juve further damage.

  141. 1908: 

    Tom: "Whatever you say Mr Barton... there's no doubting Thiago Silva is some player!"

  142. 1906: 
    Barcelona v PSG (1945 BST)

    Former Arsenal captain Cesc Fabregas is the man tasked with filling the boots of Lionel Messi for Barcelona with Pedro replacing Alexis Sanchez in a re-jigged frontline. With Javier Mascherano ruled out through both injury and suspension there is also a change at the back from the first leg. Adriano fills in alongside Gerard Pique at the heart of the defence.

    The central midfield partnership of David Beckham and Blaise Matuidi that started in the French capital is no more for Paris St-Germain. Former England captain Beckham is replaced by the younger legs of Marco Verratti, while Thiago Motta, who spent six years at Barcelona, is in for the suspended Matuidi.

  143. 1905: 
    LINE-UPS- Juventus v Bayern (1945 BST)

    Juventus: Buffon, Barzagli, Bonucci, Chiellini, Padoin, Pogba, Pirlo, Marchisio, Asamoah, Quagliarella, Vucinic. Subs: Storari, Caceres, De Ceglie, Peluso, Giaccherini, Isla, Matri.

    Bayern Munich: Neuer, Lahm, Van Buyten, Dante, Alaba, Javi Martinez, Schweinsteiger, Robben, Muller, Ribery, Mandzukic. Subs: Starke, Shaqiri, Rafinha, Pizarro, Boateng, Gustavo, Gomez.

    Referee: Carlos Velasco Carballo (Spain)

  144. 1904: 

    Ben Kerawala: "Lavezzi had the beating of Pique once or twice in Paris, no surprise if he is the difference tonight."

    ljaz: "Neither Beckham nor Messi starts tonight. No matter what happens in the 1st half, the match will be decided in the last 45mins."

  145. 1904: 

    Barca have winger Pedro back in action after suspension tonight, with the Spain international celebrating the birth of his son. Brilliantly, he has called his little lad Bryan.

    "Today in Barcelona my son Bryan was born, and he's phenomenal and so is his mother. It is a very happy day for my family" said Pedro last week.

  146. 1859: 

    Tommy, Newcastle: "Two Spanish and two German teams will be through the semis tonight...proves which the two strongest divisions in Europe are. Premier League got some catching up to do."

    Matt, Telford: "So after all the speculation, it's Lionel Missing and David Bencham."

  147. 1857: 

    There are 10 players across both games who are one booking away from missing the first leg of a semi-final. You can't be pulling out of any tackles though.

    Gerard Pique, Philipp Lahm and Thiago Silva are among those on the disciplinary tightrope.

  148. 1856: 

    Peter Collins: "Last nights match just BLEW me away, judging by the teams for tonight, wouldn't be too surprised if it happened again!"

    Adil Majid: "Psg will cause Barca some problems, but Barca will show their class and beauty tonight, 3-1 to Barca."

    Len M: "Ibrahimovic will be in the mood to show Barca what they're missing!"

  149. 1855: 

    It looks like Cesc Fabregas will be operating as a forward tonight for Barcelona - the former Arsenal man bagged a hat-trick in that position at the weekend. PSG beware.

  150. 1853: 
    LINE-UPS- Barcelona v PSG (1945 BST)

    Barcelona: Valdes, Dani Alves, Pique, Adriano, Jordi Alba, Xavi, Busquets, Iniesta, Pedro, Fabregas, Villa. Subs: Pinto, Sanchez, Messi, Thiago, Bartra, Montoya, Song.

    PSG: Sirigu, Jallet, Alex, Thiago Silva, Maxwell, Lucas Moura, Verratti, Thiago Motta, Pastore, Ibrahimovic, Lavezzi. Subs: Douchez, Sakho, Gameiro, Chantome, Armand, Van Der Wiel, Beckham.

    Referee: Bjorn Kuipers (Holland)

  151. 1853:  
    Gary Lineker, BBC Sport

    "Both Messi and Beckham start on the bench. There'll be more shots of the dug-outs than the pitch tonight."

  152. 1853: 
    Juventus v Bayern (1945 BST)

    BBC Sport's Alistair Magowan reports: "Juventus boss Antonio Conte has likened a powerful Bayern side to a "skyscraper which is already constructed" with his side a "third of the way there". Since the first leg victory, Bayern have won their 23rd Bundesliga title with six games to spare and are out to avenge two defeats in the Champions League final in the past three years.

    "So if Juventus are to conquer them, they need to adopt a King Kong approach rather than the one akin to Cuddles they took on in the first match. This tie might look all over, but the same was said of Galatasaray's deficit to Real Madrid on Tuesday and look what happened there."

  153. 1851: 
    Barcelona v PSG (1945 BST)

    BBC Sport's Mike Henson reports: "Lionel Messi's hamstring has been the subject of much speculation in the Catalan press. The mercurial Argentine was forced off at half-time in the first leg with a tweak, but trained in front of the media on both Sunday and Monday to raise the tantalising possibility of him returning. As it is he is only fit enough for the bench, but Barcelona may be able to get away without him.

    "The Catalans were on the ugly end of a 2-0 scoreline in the first leg of the last 16 against AC Milan and swept imperiously past the Italians with a 4-0 win at the Nou Camp. Where there is Zlatan, there is hope for Paris St-Germain though. Ibrahimovic had a single stormy season at Barca, criticising Pep Guardiola and generally rocking the boat. How he would love to leave them with a reminder of his own abilities."

  154. 1849: 

    Sam Victory: "Barcelona's performance without Messi last week was FAR from convincing. If Messi doesn't play today, PSG will win."

    You've gone big there Sam. Messi doesn't start.

  155. 1848: 

    Brentford are playing catch-up in the League One promotion race but Uwe Rosler's side still have their destiny in their own hands. Victory tonight will move the Bees to within two points of second-placed Bournemouth with a game in a hand but they come up against a Crewe side in celebratory mood after securing the Johnstone's Paint Trophy at the weekend.

    Meanwhile, beaten finalists Southend still have an outside chance of reaching the League Two play-offs but face a Rochdale side looking for a third successive victory.

  156. 1848: 
    Barcelona v PSG (1945 BST)

    Spanish football writer Andy West reports: "One huge plus for Barcelona in the last couple of weeks has been the return of manager Tito Vilanova and veteran left back Eric Abidal from serious health problems.

    "Abidal received a hero's welcome when he made his first appearance for more than a year as a late sub in Saturday's 5-0 win against Mallorca, which was also Vilanova's first game back on the Nou Camp sidelines after spending more than two months in New York following an operation for throat cancer."

  157. 1846: 
    Jurgen Klopp

    Fans of the classic post-match interview have a new contender for 'best in show' after last night.

    Dortmund boss Jurgen Klopp produced a masterclass, full of manic laughter, wild gesticulation, steamed up spectacles, a spell of looking right down the camera and one of the best changes of expression when quizzed about his side's 'offside' winner you will ever see.

    Give the man his own show.

  158. 1845:  
    Dietmar Hamann, Former Liverpool, Man City & Newcastle midfielder

    "Munich playing their strongest team ...I think they'll beat Juve tonight."

  159. 1844: 
    BREAKING TEAM NEWS- Barcelona v PSG (1945 BST)

    Lionel Messi is not fit to start for Barcelona tonight, while David Beckham is also only on the bench for PSG.

  160. 1843: 
    Barcelona v PSG (1945 BST)

    Spanish football writer Andy West reports: "It's been a warm and sunny day in Barcelona, and the atmosphere around the stadium has a similar feel - there's a relaxed, summery mood to the place. That reflects the fact that most Barca fans expect their team to progress fairly comfortably, especially with Lionel Messi apparently winning his fitness race.

    "The brilliant victory against Milan in the last round restored a lot of belief and not many locals are expecting a struggle tonight."

  161. 1843: 

    Opta Sports: "0 - None of Juventus' 7 home encounters with German clubs in the Champions League has ended in a draw (W4, L3). Show."

  162. 1842: 
    Barcelona v PSG (1945 BST)
    Lionel Messi

    Will Lionel Messi be fit tonight? The Barca magician was withdrawn at half-time of the first leg with a hamstring problem and had to miss the league game at the weekend.

    His availability could be vital.

  163. 1840: 
    Barcelona v PSG (1945 BST)

    BBC World Service's Steve Crossman reports from Barcelona: "Former Barcelona striker Steve Archibald has told me that recent errors such as the decision to allow Zlatan's offside goal in the first leg of this tie and the two scored by Dortmund in stoppage time against Malaga show that standards of officiating in the Champions League are not good enough."

  164. 1840: 

    Opta Sports: "33 - PSG defender Thiago Silva has made the most interceptions in the Champions League this campaign (33). Monster."

  165. 1839: 

    Can Juventus and PSG upset the form book tonight then, or are we set for a last four made up of just Spanish and German sides?

    Can we possibly have as much late drama as last night? Is there anyone who doesn't like Dortmund coach Jurgen Klopp after his exploits last night? Will Zlatan deliver on the biggest stage?

    Text us on 81111 (UK Only), with your name on there, or tweet us using the hashtag #bbcfootball.

  166. 1838: 
    Juventus v Bayern (1945 BST)

    In the other quarter-final, Juventus face a huge task. Monumental.

    Bayern Munich have already won the Bundesliga, have scored 114 times in all competitions this season and only conceded 24, and if they score tonight then Juventus need to find at least four to progress.

    The Italians can maybe take comfort from the performance of Arsenal in the last round, who won 2-0 in the second leg, which would be enough to force extra-time.

    Juventus have at least been in fine form themselves this term, bossing Serie A and enjoying an unbeaten run at home in the Champions League since December 2009.

    Just don't mention the fact that it was Bayern who last beat them at home four years ago. And it was 4-1...

  167. 1837: 
    Barcelona v PSG (1945 BST)

    PSG and Juventus will have plenty to say about that of course.

    Carlo Ancelotti's French side put in a very solid shift in the first leg, with Blaise Matuidi's late goal earning PSG a 2-2 draw in Paris.

    Barca will start with the advantage of two away goals in the locker, but PSG looked dangerous in the first leg and Barca have defensive concerns.

    As Real showed last night, getting an away goal early in the second leg can make all the difference.

  168. 1835: 

    A superb night on the excitement stakes - with Dortmund defender Neven Subotic getting it about right when he called it a "story from a Hollywood movie" - saw us confirm two of the final four sides in the Champions League.

    Dortmund are there, and they were joined by nine-time winners Real Madrid, who saw off a late fightback from Galatasaray to stay on track for trophy number 10.

    Bayern Munich and Barcelona start as favourites to join them - are we on for an all-German and an all-Spanish semi-final line-up?

  169. 1830: 
    Dortmund celebrations

    Stoppage-time goals. Drama. Red cards. Controversy. Hilarious post-match interviews.

    Last night the Champions League truly delivered.

    Borussia Dortmund's comeback to pip Malaga and book a place in the semi-finals was right up there on the list of top-drawer finishes.

    And tonight we get to do it all again. Over to you Barcelona, Paris St-Germain, Bayern Munich and Juventus...

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