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Summary

  1. Liverpool beat City 2-1 at Etihad Stadium (5-1 on aggregate)
  2. Roma overturn 4-1 deficit to knock out Barcelona
  3. Get involved: How do you rate Man City's season? - tweet #bbcfootball

Live Reporting

By Matt Davis

All times stated are UK

  1. Post update

    Thanks for joining me this morning.

    If you want to read more, we have plenty of content covering all the reaction to last night's games, some cracking reads below:

    And don't forget we will have a live text coverage and radio commentary from tonight's quarter-finals.

  2. Get Involved

    #bbcfootball

    Alex Thrower: In 2014 City won the league and league cup. Pellegrini reached the semi finals of the champions league in 2016. Things haven’t changed that much under Guardiola.

  3. When's the semi-final draw?

    Glad you asked that.

    It's on Friday at 13:00 BST at Uefa's headquarters in Nyon.

    AC Milan and Dynamo Kiev legend Andriy Shevchenko will help draw the balls.

    The semi-finals will be on 24/25 April an 1/2 May, with the final on Saturday 26 May at the Olympic Stadium in the Ukrainian capital of Kiev.

    Andriy Shevchenko
  4. Happy birthday!

    It would be remiss of me not to wish Dele Alli a happy birthday.

    The Spurs and England midfielder is 22 today.

    Not a bad career so far..

    Dele Alli
  5. De Rossi's destiny?

    Speaking of legends, could this be Daniele De Rossi's greatest achievement?

    The 34-year-old is a true one club man, a Roma and Italy legend.

    View more on twitter
  6. Iniesta's last hurrah?

    Andres Iniesta

    Will last night be the last time we see Andres Iniesta in a Barcelona shirt on Europe's biggest stage.

    The 33-year-old Barcelona captain said he will decide next month whether to accept an offer from a Chinese club.

    The Spanish international has a "lifetime contract" with Barcelona after winning four Champions League and eight La Liga titles during his time with the club.

  7. Record breakers

    Check out this collection of Liverpool shirts.

    After their team reached the final four of the Champions League, the official supporters club of Kuala Lumpur, also created a little piece of history by getting into the Malaysia book of records.

    They have collected 1,278 Liverpool shirts - the most Liverpool jerseys to be displayed in Malaysia.

    Liverpool shirts
  8. Liverpool came through the whirlwind - Klopp

    It's probably time to hear from everyone's favourite bespectacled German football manager*...

    *Unless you are a Huddersfield fan.

    Video content

    Video caption: Manchester City 1-2 Liverpool: Jurgen Klopp Liverpool deserved to win Champions League tie
  9. Baby boom?

    View more on twitter

    An unexpected outcome of last night's Roma win...

    Have De Rossi and co. caused a baby boom in the Italian capital?

    The club are optimistic.

  10. Get Involved

    #bbcfootball

    Chris Phillips: VAR or no VAR, City still only mustered 3 shots on target in 180 minutes. That, not poor officiating, is why they are out.

    Keep you tweets coming in to #bbcfootball.

    Can Liverpool reach the final? Has defeat taken the gloss of City's season? Does it matter if they win a record breaking Premier League title? Is Pep still the greatest? etc...

  11. Coutinho to win the Champions League...with Liverpool?

    Anyone think Philippe Coutinho might be regretting his £142m move to Barcelona?

    Well he might still end the season as a Champions League winner after all.

    The Brazilian was cup tied for the defeat to Roma, that's because he played five times for Liverpool in Champions League group stages this season.

    And that might make him eligible for a medal, should the Reds win the competition.

    Coutinho
  12. 'Why Liverpool will not fear anyone'

    Chris Waddle

    Ex-England winger on BBC Radio 5 live

    Klopp

    Liverpool will not be scared of anyone left in the Champions League but the team I think they would prefer to avoid in the semi-finals is Real Madrid.

    Realistically, after knocking out Manchester City 5-1 on aggregate, you would now put Jurgen Klopp's side as second favourites behind Real to win the tournament - well, I would anyway.

    Read more of Waddle's analysis here.

  13. Tonight's games

    Real Madrid lead Juventus 3-0 after the first-leg, thanks to a double from Cristiano Ronaldo, including THAT overhead kick.

    Bayern Munich host Sevilla, the Germans holding a 2-1 lead.

    But as Manchester United will attest to, it's best not to underestimate the Spanish side.

    Vincenzo Montella's side are hopeful...

    View more on twitter
  14. Champions League?

    Champions League semi-finalists:

    Liverpool (3rd in Premier League)

    Roma (4th in Serie A)

    Remaining ties:

    Real Madrid (4th in La Liga) v Juventus (1st in Serie A)

    Bayern Munich (1st Bundesliga) v Sevilla (7th in La Liga)

  15. Get Involved

    #bbcfootball

    Going back to the earlier entries about City's luck with refereeing decisions...

    Layth Alli: Can everyone just stop undermining Liverpool’s achievement last night, offside or no offside City were hammered 5-1

    Duncan Bown: Lets all be honest, if VAR had of been involved in Man City's last 3 matches, all 3 would have been very different results. Liverpool would not have been in the semi finals and Man United would be looking up now at the Champions, luckily it will happen anyway shortly.

    Agree with Duncan?

  16. Owen criticises Messi and Suarez

    Former Liverpool striker Michael Owen was not impressed by Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez last night in Rome.

    Speaking on BT Sport he said: "I'm not sure you can not concede when you've got two strikers that don't put anything into defending.

    'They are basically defending with eight outfield players against 11 and I'm not sure you can do that at the highest level."

    Suarez
  17. 'Barca were out for an early-evening stroll'

    Andy West

    Spanish football writer

    Lionel Messi

    There is certainly a consensus among the Spanish media: Barcelona got what they deserved in Rome on Tuesday night, suffering elimination from the Champions League at the quarter-final stage for the third consecutive season after an abject performance.

    It will take a while for reality to sink in as the Catalan giants come to terms with one of the most shocking results in the club's recent history.

    One word sums up the difference between the two teams on the night: intensity.

    Roma were buzzing all over the pitch, flying into challenges, pouncing on loose balls, pressing high up the pitch with fierce aggression to stop Barca's build-up play and getting the ball into dangerous positions as quickly as possible.

    Barca, meanwhile, looked half-asleep, as though they were heading out for a gentle early-evening stroll while casually considering their plans for dinner.

    Read the rest of Andy's take on Barcelona's exit here.

  18. Odds are upset

    Before last night's games, data analysts Gracenote Sports had crunched the numbers to predict club's chance of progress in the Champions League.

    Liverpool's chance of reaching the semi-finals improved to 13% after their 3-0 first-leg win.

    While, Barcelona had a 98% chance of a semi-final place and were favourites to lift the trophy.

    How things changes, speaking of Barcelona...

  19. Referee was wrong to disallow Sane 'goal'

    Here's Pep Guardiola giving his take on what he said to the referee Antonio Mateu Lahoz...

    Video content

    Video caption: Manchester City 1-2 Liverpool: Pep Guardiola referee was wrong to disallow Sane 'goal'