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Summary

  1. Listen to reaction on 5 live using the audio button
  2. Vardy finishes Drinkwater cross; Schmeichel saves Correa penalty
  3. Sarabia & Correa had put Spanish side 2-0 up
  4. Porto 0-2 Juventus - Pjaca & Alves for Juve; Telles sent off for Porto
  5. Man United through to Europa League last 16 with 4-0 aggregate win against Saint-Etienne
  6. Mkhitaryan scores only goal on night but goes off injured
  7. Bailly off for two yellow cards in 185 seconds

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By Shamoon Hafez and Gary Rose

All times stated are UK

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There were 34 goals scored in the Champions League last-16 first leg games this season - a joint-high. S'alright that, isn't it?

More of the same in the second leg fixtures? Here's hoping.

That's all from us for tonight, I'm off to dust off my Jamie Vardy mask.

See you later.

Sevilla 2-1 Leicester

Phil Neville

Former Manchester United defender on Radio 5live

I think now once the dust is settling there is a little bit of realism. Sevilla's first-half performance was breathtaking at times and there was a real gulf in class. They did go toe to toe for periods but in terms of class there was a massive, massive difference.

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Mark Redmond: Leicester of last season would have struggled against this Sevilla side. Terrific result in the circumstances.

Andrew Priestley: Leicester would have bitten your hand off at 7:45pm for a 2-1 defeat. But Kasper Schmeichel should take ALL the plaudits.

Kyle: Leicester were totally outplayed. The result is much better than the performance. Intriguing 2nd leg to come though.

'We showed our heart'

Sevilla 2-1 Leicester

Leicester City

Leicester manager Claudio Ranieri: "We knew they are better than us, they have high quality in possession. We suffered. They showed their quality but we showed our heart. We showed belief and never game up. That makes me satisfied.

"At the end, if we are a little more calm on the counter-attack, we could have done more. It was very important to match them and every result is still open.

"Their quality is very high and when you make a mistake, the opposition scores goals.

"Kasper Schmeichel and everybody had a good game. Kasper saved the penalty and gave lot of support to his defenders.

"For us, it is important to continue to show our performance and our football."

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Bristol City 0-2 Fulham

It's all over at Ashton Gate now too as Fulham record a fairly comfortable 2-0 victory over Bristol City despite a late onslaught from the hosts. 

Goals from Lucas Piazon and Tom Cairney were enough to send Fulham over the line and Slaviša Jokanović will be pleased with his side's performance, as well as the clean sheet. 

That result has meant Fulham now sit in seventh place in the Championship table, while Bristol are just two points above the drop zone.

Sevilla 2-1 Leicester

Phil Neville

Former Manchester United defender on Radio 5live

Ranieri should have gone out and bought one, maybe two new centre backs. Huth and Morgan have been exposed and made mistakes but I don't see anyone else in their squad who can replace them. The recruitment has been poor and they need to give Huth and Morgan a little bit of a breather. 

Sevilla 2-1 Leicester

Don't disappear just yet. Claudio Ranieri has just appeared for his post-match news conference in front of the TV cameras. 

He doesn't seem over the moon with the result and says Leicester can play better.

Quotes coming up shortly.

'We'll take that'

Sevilla 2-1 Leicester

Leicester City

Leicester goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel tells BT Sport: "Tough, very tough. Up against a very good side but going into it it was about how much we were hurting from what has happened this season and how much we wanted to put in a performance.

"We lost the game but they are a very good side, 2-1 away from home in the Champions League is a good result.

"Away goal is massive, that was something we had hoped we could get. Going back to the King Power Stadium, anything can happen. It is a joy to play in these type of games, everyone ran their socks off and worked so hard.

On number of saves: "That is what I am there to do, you have nights like that. We knew we would have to ride our luck and we would have to come up with some saves. Everyone deserves credit.

"We lost the game, that is disappointing. We certainly are not celebrating. 2-1 away from home in the Champions League? We will take that."

'Result makes it even harder for Leicester'

Sevilla 2-1 Leicester

Phil Neville

Former Manchester United defender on Radio 5live

You saw the difference in class and ability between the two sides. Leicester have made it even harder for themselves with this result. Fans were expecting to lose 4-0 and now they're almost dreaming of getting to the quarter-finals and that's how much this result means to them. Sevilla played the second half in second gear and Leicester still have to face one of the best teams in La Liga.

'Everyone's given their all'

Sevilla 2-1 Leicester

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It was also Vardy's first goal of the calendar year and he told BT Sport: "Everyone has given 110% and everyone has come off absolutely blowing. 

"We knew we had to be patient and take our chances but we knew we could hurt them on the press and that's what Danny (Drinkwater) did. He got it over to me and I slipped it in."

Vintage Vardy

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Jamie Vardy looks exhausted as he suddenly appeared during Kasper Schmeichel's post-match television interview.

It was a confident, instinctive strike by Vardy. Could it set him off on a scoring run?

Juventus like a 2-0 away day

Porto 0-2 Juventus

Porto were treading a fine line for too long in the end and the substitutes made the difference for Juventus. Marko Pjaca netted after around five minutes of being on, Daniel Alves took less than two.

It all means that the return leg in Turin looks a formality. My oh my, what was Alex Telles thinking with that brainless sending off? His side look as good as out.

Juve have now won eight games in a row and their last four away fixtures have ended in 2-0 wins.

Porto 0-2 Juventus
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Mike Hall: If Leicester get relegated and win the Champions League, will the world immediately end? How much clothing will Lineker wear?

Gary Lineker
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Don't encourage him, Mike!

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Jay: Schmeichel saved a penalty. Vardy scored a goal. Leicester have an away goal. Leicester are going to win the Champions League.

Nexus: Schmeichel's heroics kept @LCFC in the #ChampionsLeague tonight. But the rest of the team have put in a shift in the second half.

Carl Sumner: A tremendous result. Sevilla are masters of European competition. For the last 20 minutes Leicester were the better side.

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Hibernian 3-1 Heart of Midlothian

Hearts were unable to claw their way back into the game but Hibernian were dominant throughout the 90 minutes and deserve to come away with a win.

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'Leicester's performance of the season'

Sevilla 2-1 Leicester

Phil Neville

Former Manchester United defender on Radio 5live

That's the performance of the season for me by Leicester. Particularly in the second half. They were courageous on the ball and took the came to Sevilla. Well done Claudio Ranieri, well done Leicester City. They are still in this tie.

It showed all the attributes that made them champions - Attitude. Togetherness. Team spirit. They were playing against a fantastic team but they dug in, stuck together and I'm so impressed with what I've seen. Before the game I thought they'd get absolutely hammered.

Sevilla at the end and even the supporters in the last 5-10 minute were really subdued. Almost cursing their players for taking their foot off the gas but a lot of that is down to Leicester.  

Claudio Ranieri and Jamie Vardy
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Sevilla 2-1 Leicester

Fair play to Leicester. They looked awful at times in the first half but really dug in and finished strongly. 

There was a glimpse of that fighting spirit they had in their title charge last season. Could this be the game that turns their season around?

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Porto 0-2 Juventus

All over at Porto as well where Juventus have taken a big step towards the quarter-finals.

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Sevilla 2-1 Leicester

The whistle goes and Leicester are still in this.

What a game we've got at the King Power Stadium in the second leg.

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YELLOW CARD

Sevilla 2-1 Leicester

Robert Huth's attempted clearance loops over the Leicester bar. Sevilla corner, but Leicester head away.

The Foxes then break through Riyad Mahrez but he is fouled by Daniel Carrico. Yellow card, but he's taken one for the team there. Rightly so.

Sevilla 2-1 Leicester

The 90 minutes are up and there's three minutes of stoppage time to play. I sense Leicester have shut up shop now. They are happy with this scoreline. Rightly so.

HITS THE WOODWORK

Sevilla 2-1 Leicester

Nervous moment for Leicester as Adil Rami slams a header against the bar.

Two minutes to go...

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Vince Owumi: Look at the fighting spirit of Leicester and Man City last night and people wonder why Arsenal fans have had enough of Wenger.

Josh Earl: Leicester will not keep a clean sheet against this Sevilla team, they just can't defend. They'll have to score several at home.

SUBSTITUTION

Sevilla 2-1 Leicester

Claudio Ranieri makes a second change... and it is a defensive one as Daniel Amartey comes on for Marc Albrighton.

Albrighton is no rush as he strolls to the touchline.

Sevilla 2-1 Leicester

Stevan Jovetic shoots from distance and the ball cannons off Robert Huth's legs. It could go anywhere but, fortunately for Leicester, it goes wide.

Scottish Cup update

Hibernian 3-1 Heart of Midlothian

Andrew Shinnie was the man on hand to grab Hibernian's third goal after some quick counter-attacking play just moments before Hearts were awarded a penalty.

Esmael Gonçalves drew the foul and took the spot kick. His effort was saved by Ofir Marciano initially but the Hearts man reacted quickly to turn in the rebound. 

The Scottish Premiership side have used all their substitutions now but there could still be time to mount a comeback as there's over 10 minutes of normal time left to play.

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I don't think it shows a great deal about the quality of the premier league. It's one of the top teams in Spain against strugglers in the Premier League. I also don't think people should be overly critical of the players: it's not a lack of effort, they're simply not as good. (Then they go and score...)

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Sevilla 2-1 Leicester

Demarai Gray charges forward after a Sevilla attack breaks down. He has loads of space but no support and by the time he gets to the edge of the area the hosts have got back to cover him off.

I've no idea how this is going to play out. Both sides look capable of scoring now.

Five minutes to go.

Sevilla 2-1 Leicester

Claudio Ranieri still has two substitutes available. Does he use them? There's Shinji Okazki he could turn to if wished to go for a second.

Or does he settle for this result? 

PENALTY APPEAL

Sevilla 2-1 Leicester

Penalty?

Stevan Jovetic goes to ground as Wilfred Ndidi sticks a leg in front of him inside the area.

Referee Clement Turpin looks away and replays suggest he makes the right decision. Not a penalty.

Ten minutes to go.

Sevilla 2-1 Leicester

What a transformation. 

Leicester are now the side on top. Demarai Gray has been the game changer and he has a go at getting a second for the visitors, but his curled effort is blocked on the edge of the area.

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Carl Sumner: What a fabulous goal that is. Away goal! Season-changer?

Arun Gurung: Come onnnnnn @LCFC !! BIG BIG away goal. what a confidence booster this will be for Vardy and Leicester.

Daniel Woodley: That is a HUGE goal for @LCFC and a lifeline in the tie! Their second-half performance is from the team of last season! 

GOAL - Porto 0-2 Juventus

Dani Alves (75 mins)

The floodgates have opened.

Porto have defended oh so well but concede a second goal in as many minutes and it is Dani Alves as he chests down a cross and then volleys in.

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Sevilla 2-1 Leicester

Phil Neville

Former Manchester United defender on Radio 5live

Brilliant goal from Leicester. They worked it really well between Gray and Drinkwater. Vardy does what he's not done all season. He's in the right place at the right time and smashes it in the back of the net. Game on Leicester.

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GOAL - Sevilla 2-1 Leicester

Jamie Vardy (73 mins)

Now then!

Don't close that book, the fairytale is not over yet. Danny Drinkwater plays a brilliant ball behind the defence and Jamie Vardy sticks out a boot to score his first goal since 10 December.

What noise from the away end. Relief for Vardy. Relief for Leicester. 

A potentially crucial away goal.

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GOAL - Porto 0-1 Juventus

Marko Pjaca

What a time to get your first ever goal for a club.

The substitute, on only a matter of minutes, is on the spot to benefit from a ricochet and he drives the ball low, across goal and into the bottom corner from roughly 15 yards. A key goal, well taken, resistance broken.

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Championship update

Bristol City 0-1 Fulham

Bristol City are still behind at Ashton Gate but they are certainly not going to go down without a fight. Bobby Reid has come on for Josh Brownhill in the second-half and it looks as if they've gone for a more attacking formation and switched to a 4-3-3.

Game on? 

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Sevilla 2-0 Leicester

Good defending by Marc Albrighton as he gets back to do what Leicester's defenders should do - holding off Vitolo to shepherd a dangerous ball into the box out of the play.

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Damian Fogarty: Poor Leicester. They are playing like individuals just meeting each other and not a cohesive premier league winning team.

McDapson: Leicester's rotten run of form was always going to catch up with them in the Champions League, sooner than later.

Phil: How bad are Leicester. To give away a goal like that. It really shows how bad the PL was last year and still is.