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Live Reporting

Gary Rose

All times stated are UK

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    Right, that is all from us all at BBC Sport towers.

    The Champions League returns in just a few days with the quarter-finals and you can find out who plays who by clicking here.

    See you later!

  2. 'Knock won't be big problem for Messi'

    Barcelona coach Quique Setien: "Lionel took quite a fierce knock in that challenge [against Koulibaly] but I don't think it'll become a big problem for him."

  3. 'Anything is possible'

    Barcelona forward Luis Suarez: "We spent two weeks preparing really well against a rival we knew would be very tough after what we saw in the first leg.

    "Against Bayern in a one-off game anything is possible. They are one of the candidates to win this, but so are we."

  4. 'Individual errors finished us off'


    More from Chelsea boss Frank Lampard, speaking to BT Sport: "They performed alright. Difficult to say after a 4-1 defeat, not happy but when you concede two early we did get back into the game after that.

    "When you match our Champions League appearances to theirs, I saw lots of good things in the team and also some of the bad we have seen this season. We had individual errors that gave them goals and at this level that will finish you off.

    "It is a work in progress. It is not the norm for Chelsea. We lost the best player in the league pretty much in Eden Hazard. People would not normally commend coming fourth for Chesea, we want more but the feeling is we have achieved something with the group we have. Now is the time to think where we can improve."

    On improving the squad: "We will look at that. We have worked at it already. You feel we missed where other clubs spent and improved. Recruitment is a huge part of football. Now is the time to see if we can improve and where we can improve.

    "I feel like in a football sense I know where we can improve."

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    Ali: I think Man City are the favorites, they seem to want it the most and they have the best team, Bayern and Atletico can win it too, both organised and dangerous, and of course if Messi is on fire then it's obvious who will win it.

  6. 'We'll be back'


    Chelsea boss Frank Lampard: "It's a good exercise for us to go up against Bayern and their Champions League experience, with a lot of our players having debut seasons.

    "I can see where I want us to go and I know we'll be back."

  7. 'Nothing to regret'

    Bayern Munich 4-1 Chelsea (Agg: 7-1)


    Chelsea keeper Willy Caballero on BT Sport: "A few things wrong, we arrived here with a difficult score from the first game. But we conceded the penalty and it was a little bit difficult. We showed good character to play the game and then they showed more quality in our box so they deserve to be in the next round.

    "We did a proper tournament in the Premier League - we are in the Champions League (next season) which is good for the team, there's nothing to regret today.

    "I have a contract for one more year. I'm really happy to play in this shirt and I would like to keep playing. I became the first choice and we will see what happens in the future, I will work hard to have this opportunity again."

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    Robert Lewandowski was directly involved in all seven of Bayern Munich's goals against Chelsea in the Champions League this season (three goals, four assists).

    He is the first player to register both 3+ goals and assists against an opponent in a season since Luis Figo in 2004/05 vs Roma.

    What a player.

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    Qaaltagh: Atalanta, Leipzig, Munich and Lyon for me. Can't see past Munich for the whole thing even if City get past Lyon. They're the real deal - would 100% be Liverpool's main title rivals if they were in the Premier League.

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    Who do you fancy to get through to the semi-finals from that lot below then?

  11. Quarter-final line up

    Here's the line up for the quarter-finals then:

    12 August (20:00 BST) Atalanta v Paris St-Germain (Estadio da Luz, Lisbon)

    13 August (20:00 BST) RB Leipzig v Atletico Madrid (Estadio Jose Alvalade, Lisbon)

    14 August (20:00 BST) Barcelona v Bayern Munich (Estadio da Luz, Lisbon)

    15 August (20:00 BST) Manchester City v Lyon (Estadio Jose Alvalade, Lisbon)


    Barcelona 3-1 Napoli (Agg: 4-2)

    All over and Barcelona are into quarter-finals, where they will play Bayern Munich next Friday.

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    Barcelona 3-1 Napoli (Agg: 4-2)

    Barcelona have everyone back as Napoli press in desperate search for a goal but time is really against them now, just seconds left.

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    Chelsea conceded 79 goals in all competitions this season, an average of 1.44 per game.

    That's their worst ratio in a season since the 1990-91 campaign, when they conceded 1.64 goals per game conceded.

    Plenty for Frank Lampard to think about over the summer.


    Barcelona 3-1 Napoli (Agg: 4-2)

    Luis Suarez is booked as he takes his time to walk off the pitch to be replaced by Junior Firpo as the game enters the first of five minutes of time added on.

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    Barcelona 3-1 Napoli (Agg: 4-2)

    A tired shot from Giovanni di Lorenzo hits a Barcelona defender as Napoli try to snatch something with seconds of normal time remaining.

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    Barcelona 3-1 Napoli (Agg: 4-2)

    Four minutes of normal time to go and it is looking like Barcelona will join Bayern Munich in the last eight. Napoli are visibly tiring now.


    Bayern Munich 3-1 Chelsea (Agg: 7-1)

    All over and Bayern Munich are into the Champions League quarter-finals.

    A disappointing end to the competition for Chelsea, who were comprehensively outplayed over the two legs.