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Summary

  1. Arsenal out in last 16 for sixth straight year
  2. FT: Bayern Munich 4-2 Juve (agg 6-4)
  3. Bayern recover from two goals down
  4. Munich score twice in second half of ET
  5. QF draw takes place on Friday

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By Jonathan Jurejko

All times stated are UK

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  1. Goodbye!

    I'd say Manchester City - now England's sole representatives - have a 2/7 chance of a favourable draw. Wolfsburg? Benfica? Yes please.

    But at this stage of the competition you expect to be drawn against one of the big hitters.

    So who will they get? Make sure you follow our Sportsday Champions League-draw special on Friday from 11:00 GMT.

    Oh, and we have the not-so-small matter of the Europa League last-16 tomorrow. Manchester United v Liverpool...Tottenham v Borussia Dortmund....nuff said. See you then!

  2. The grateful eight

    And then there were eight. Barcelona and Bayern Munich complete the Champions League quarter-finals draw after their respective wins. Here's the full line-up..

    Wolfsburg

    Real Madrid

    Benfica

    Paris St-Germain

    Atletico Madrid

    Manchester City

    Barcelona

    Bayern Munich

  3. Post update

    Barcelona 3-1 Arsenal (agg 5-1)

    Anyway....before all that drama in Bavaria we promised you quotes from Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger. Here's what the Frenchman said...

    "I think the performance was good, it was a great game between two good teams. We went out with regrets but they have exceptional quality up front and any mistake at the back they can punish. 

    "The turning point was at 1-1 because I thought they were wobbling a bit. If we scored a second goal then I felt we could create a sensation. But we didn't.

    "In the two games, if you look at danger situations we created many. It is difficult to take to go out but I believe we produced quality performance against probably the best team in Europe."

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    Bayern Munich 4-2 Juventus (agg 6-4)

  5. Pep talk

    Bayern Munich 4-2 Juventus (agg 6-4)

    Wonder what Pep Guardiola said at the break in extra-time? Maybe he ripped off Al Pacino's inspirational talk from Any Given Sunday. Whatever the Bayern boss said, it did the trick

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    Bayern Munich 4-2 Juventus (agg 6-4)

  7. FULL-TIME

    Bayern Munich 4-2 Juventus (agg 6-4)

    Pep Guardiola

    All over! And the final whistle is greeted by a massive cheer/sigh of relief by a packed Allianz Arena. Bayern boss Pep Guardiola jumps into the air, hugging his coaching staff.

  8. INJURY TIME

    Bayern Munich 4-2 Juventus (agg 6-4)

    Time is not Juventus's friend though. Only one minute left...

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    Bayern Munich 4-2 Juventus (agg 6-4)

    Can you imagine, just imagine, if a two-goal lead was thrown away for the second time tonight?! Juventus still pushing...

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    Bayern Munich 4-2 Juventus (agg 6-4)

    Juventus boss Massimilliano Allegri

    Juve are throwing the kitchen sink at Bayern now. Centre-back Leonardo Bonucci is playing as a makeshift centre-forward (think the Italian Paul Warhurst or Ian Marshall), shooting low at Manuel Neuer.

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    Bayern Munich 4-2 Juventus (agg 6-4)

    Less than five minutes left now for Juve to stun Bayern - like the Germans have stunned them...

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    Bayern Munich 4-2 Juventus (agg 6-4)

    Almost a lifeline for Juve! A delicious cross from Paul Pogba is met by the flying kick of Mario Mandzukic, who is denied by former team-mate Manuel Neuer. And Stefano Sturaro fires over the rebound with Neuer, for one, floundering.

  13. GOAL - Bayern Munich 4-2 Juventus (agg 6-4)

    Kingsley Coman (110 mins)

    Kingsley Coman scores

    Tie over. Bayern Munich virtually seal their place in the quarter-finals thanks to a stunning solo goal from Kingsley Coman. The 19-year-old substitute, on loan from Juventus, comes back to haunt his former club, surging forward from inside his own half before blasting past Juve keeper Gigi Buffon.

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    Barcelona 3-1 Arsenal (agg 5-1)

    Arsene Wenger is down in the tunnel talking to BT Sport. In summary..."performance was good"..."they were wobbling at 1-1"..."don't know if it was a penalty on Alex Iwobi...

    Full quotes to follow....

  15. GOAL - Bayern Munich 3-2 Juventus (5-4)

    Thiago

    Bayern Munich's players celebrate

    Substitute Thiago gathers the bouncing ball on the edge of the box, plays a one-two with Thomas Muller and lasers what could be the winner into the bottom corner. 

  16. Misfiring Gunners

    Barcelona 3-1 Arsenal (agg 5-1)

    Arsenal did beat Barcelona in one statistic - but it isn't much consolation. The Gunners peppered the Barca goal with 20 attempts, one more than their opponents. But they only managed to stick three of them on target.

    If only Cliff Bastin, Ian Wright or Thierry Henry were still around...

    Arsenal
  17. HALF-TIME IN EXTRA TIME

    Bayern Munich 2-2 Juventus (agg 4-4)

    Juventus holding on. Bayern much improved from the lackluster showing of the first 45 minutes and a betting man would probably now put his pennies on the hosts progressing. 

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    Bayern Munich 2-2 Juventus (agg 4-4)

    Gianluigi Buffon saves from Thomas Muller

    Bayern are enjoying plenty of possession. Juventus haven't the energy to press with the intensity they did in the first 70 minutes of the match, which isn't a surprise. 

    No clear chances created by either team, though, in these last five minutes but the hosts are playing with more urgency now. 

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    Barcelona 3-1 Arsenal (agg 5-1)

  20. Playing in the Nou Camp is a 'dream'

    Barcelona 3-1 Arsenal (agg 5-1)

    Arsenal teenage forward Alex Iwobi on his first Champions League start: "It's something a 19 year-old will always dream of. It was an amazing experience and hopefully I will have more of these in the future."