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Summary

  1. England cap Duggan scores in each half & Putellas also nets
  2. City 5-0 down from first leg
  3. Scott Booth's side clinched 12th consecutive Scottish title on Sunday
  4. GET INVOLVED #bbcsportscot

Live Reporting

By Bryn Palmer

All times stated are UK

  1. Goodnight

    Glasgow City 0-3 (0-8) Barcelona

    So Chelsea striker Erin Cuthbert will be the lone Scot flying the flag in the Women's Champions League quarter-finals when the competition resumes in March.

    Most of Glasgow City's players will now take a well-earned break, a 12th consecutive SWPL title safely stashed in the trophy cabinet, although several of them are likely to be involved in Scotland's friendly against the USA on 13 November.

    Our attention returns to the men's game on Saturday, when we'll bring you live coverage of five Premiership games, starting with St Mirren v Rangers at 12:30, as well as a full card in the Championship and Leagues One and Two.

    Until then, thanks for your company, and enjoy the rest of your evening.

  2. City 'gave everything' against 'class act' Barca

    FT: Glasgow City 0-3 (0-8) Barcelona

    Glasgow City head coach Scott Booth applauded his players' efforts despite the uphill nature of their task against a full-time professional outfit.

    "I felt we gave absolutely everything in both legs to be honest," he told BBC Alba. "When you look at the way this team [Barcelona] play, they are a class act and they have got more resources than us.

    "They are full-time and that makes a massive difference. They are fitter and have got great technical players.

    "But my players worked so, so hard over the two legs, and I am very happy with what they have done."

    Natasha Andonova of Barcelona vies with Samanth Kerr of Glasgow City
  3. Barca 'a real threat in the competition'

    FT: Glasgow City 0-3 (0-8) Barcelona

    Suzanne Lappin

    Former Glasgow City midfielder on BBC Alba

    Quote Message: It's great for the young fans getting to see a team like this play. They've got real strength, a great passing team and a real threat. Who knows how far they'll go, there's a lot of tough teams left in the competition now.
  4. Barcelona & Slavia Praha complete quarter-final line-up

    Glasgow City 0-3 (0-8) Barcelona

    City are not the only team who have found life tough in this last-16 stage of the Women's Champions League.

    Dutch side Ajax lost 13-0 on aggregate to holders Lyon, Spanish champions Atletico Madrid were beaten 10-0 over two legs by Wolfsburg and Italian outfit Fiorentina were thumped 6-0 at home - and 7-0 on aggregate - by English champions Chelsea.

    Those three, along with Paris St-Germain, Bayern Munich, Norwegian side LSK Kvinner and Slavia Praha, who have drawn 0-0 at home to Rosengard tonight after a 3-2 win away, will join Barcelona in the quarter-final draw on 9 November.

  5. FULL-TIME - Glasgow City 0-3 (0-8) Barcelona

    Barcelona into Champions League quarter-finals

    So no miracle from the Scottish champions, and barely a murmur. Barcelona were ultimately far too classy, and eased through in some comfort.

  6. Into stoppage time

    Glasgow City 0-3 (0-8) Barcelona

    There's be three more minutes...

  7. City lacking depth?

    Glasgow City 0-3 Barcelona

    Suzanne Lappin

    Former Glasgow City midfielder on BBC Alba

    Quote Message: He needs to get the right balance between youth and experience, it is a young bench for Glasgow City but it's good for them on the pitch at this stage in the game. It's easy looking on from the side, but believe me it's very difficult to get close to players of that quality and it's definitely an area Scott will be addressing during the break.
  8. Two changes for City

    Glasgow City 0-3 (0-8) Barcelona

    City coach Scott Booth takes the opportunity to give a couple of other players a taste of the Champions League.

    Murron Cunningham enters the fray, with Hayley Lauder departing, a few minutes after Jordan Mclintock comes on for Kirsty Howat.

  9. CLOSE!

    Glasgow City 0-3 (0-8) Barcelona

    Alexia Putellas twice comes close to grabbing her second goal, and Barca's fourth, of the night. First she seizes on a poor clearing header from City captain Leanne Ross and her left-foot drive forces Lee Alexander to dive to her right to divert it wide.

    From the resultant corner, Putellas has a free header but can only direct it wide.

  10. City's Grant takes her leave

    Glasgow City 0-3 (0-8) Barcelona

    Scotland Women's head coach Shelley Kerr is in the crowd tonight, keeping an eye on the likes of City quartet Lee Alexander, Hayley Lauder, Jo Love and Leanne Crichton with a friendly against USA coming up on 13 November.

    A difficult night for Abbi Grant, another Scotland contender who won her sole cap in a friendly against New Zealand in March, is over as she is replaced by Megan Foley.

  11. Post update

    Glasgow City 0-3 (0-8) Barcelona

    Barcelona make a third substitution, Candela Andujar coming on for Natasha Andonova.

  12. Hasta luego Losada

    Glasgow City 0-3 (0-8) Barcelona

    Barcelona decide to give captain Vicky Losada - imperious this evening - a breather, sending on Elise Bussaglia in her place. That's the visitors' second change, with Leila Ouahabi already on for Maria Leon.

  13. Barca 'have found ruthless edge'

    Glasgow City 0-3 (0-8) Barcelona

    Andrew Southwick

    BBC Scotland at Petershill Park

    One thing Barca had lacked tonight was a clinical edge to their play... in the first half at least. They appear to have found that ruthlessness in the second half. City are in a battle to keep the score down now.

  14. Duggan double brings Neville cheer

    Glasgow City 0-3 (0-8) Barcelona

    One man who will be happy with what he's seen tonight will be England Women's manager Phil Neville, as he ponders his options for forthcoming friendlies with Austria and Sweden.

    Toni Duggan has been a bright spark all night, full of running and a constant danger to City's defence, always playing on the shoulder of the last defender.

    And of course she's taken her two goals in a calm, composed fashion.

    England coach Phil Neville
  15. Excellent touch from Duggan

    Glasgow City 0-3 Barcelona

    Suzanne Lappin

    Former Glasgow City midfielder on BBC Alba

    Quote Message: Superb play by Barcelona and a great touch from Toni Duggan. City maybe claiming a hand ball there but she brought it down brilliantly, and on the spin, and finished it off well. You can see from Toni's expression that she's enjoying herself now and hungry for more.
  16. GOAL - Glasgow City 0-3 (0-8) Barcelona

    Toni Duggan

    Barca are toying with City now. Another great ball in from the left flank from Andressa Alves, and Toni Duggan - given far too much room in the City area - brings it down smartly, turns and volleys it into the corner past a helpless Lee Alexander.

    Toni Duggan scores her second goal
  17. GOAL - Glasgow City 0-2 (0-7) Barcelona

    Alexia Putellas

    Well if City had any thoughts of a second-half comeback, Barcelona have extinguished those within three minutes of the resumption.

    A poor City clearance lands at the feet of Vicky Losada, and the Barca captain advances towards the edge of the box before sliding a short ball through to Alexia Putellas, who slots it home. All too easy really.

    Alexia Putellas celebrates scoring for Barcelona
  18. Back under way...

    Glasgow City 0-1 (0-6) Barcelona

    Barcelona, 6-0 up on aggregate and with more than one foot in the quarter-finals already, kick off the second half.

  19. City 'need to be less wasteful'

    HT: Glasgow City 0-1 (0-6) Barcelona

    Suzanne Lappin

    Former Glasgow City midfielder on BBC Alba

    Quote Message: There's no denying the quality Barcelona possess - especially when you give them time and space. But Glasgow City still need to be a little less wasteful and when they get the ball in the Barcelona half, make it count
  20. City 'have worked extremely hard'

    HT: Glasgow City 0-1 (0-6) Barcelona

    Andrew Southwick

    BBC Scotland at Petershill Park

    Glasgow City will be disappointed they haven't had any moments where they have really frightened Barcelona's backline or sparked their support into life.

    But they have worked extremely hard to ensure Barcelona haven't run away with it.