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Summary

  1. Man City beat PSG 3-2 on aggregate
  2. Man City reach CL semi-finals for first time
  3. Ronaldo hat-trick puts Real through
  4. Real pull back two-goal deficit

Live Reporting

By Gary Rose

All times stated are UK

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  1. Who awaits Manchester City?

    A historic night for Manchester City as they head into uncharted waters by securing a place in the Champions League semi-finals.

    We know Real Madrid are joining them in the last four, but who else? 

    Atletico Madrid, Barcelona, Benfica and Bayern Munich are all in action tomorrow. Join us for more Champions League goodness then. For now, goodbye. 

  2. It's my party...

    Interesting words from PSG coach Laurent Blanc...

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    Real Madrid 3-0 Wolfsburg (agg 3-2)

    Only Cristiano Ronaldo can break Cristiano Ronaldo's records. What a player.

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    Man City 1-0 PSG (agg 3-2)

    Manchester City

    Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini, speaking to BT Sport: "I am very satisfied, not only because we won the game and qualified for the semi-finals, but because we won in the style of play we want. We didn't want to draw 0-0, we showed from the start we wanted to beat PSG.

    "Kevin de Bruyne is an important player for us, we deserved a goal before he scored. We dominated that game from the beginning until the end.

    "I trust my team so much, the penalty miss from Sergio Aguero was not the best moment. Once again, this team demonstrated the character and personality of a big team.

    "I never understand the criticism we get. We beat Bayern Munich in my first season and lost against Barcelona in the round-of-16. In the second season, we didn't play well but beat Bayern Munich again and Roma, then we lost to Barca again. This season we won the group and now we beat PSG. 

    "I really don't understand the criticism or they don't understand Barcelona have better players.

    "Vincent Kompany is a very important player, we play better with him in the side. We have a squad that shows we have a great squad.

    "For me, now it is important to beat Chelsea and this club deserves to play in the Champions League."

  7. League One review

    Walsall closed in on the automatic promotion spots by Gillingham 2-1. They are now five points behind second-place Burton.

    Barnsley beat Oldham 2-1 to move to within three points of the play-off places.

  8. 'A good night for English football'

    Man City 1-0 PSG (agg 3-2)

    BBC Radio 5 Live

    The Times football correspondent Henry Winter: "There will be a lot of focus on City goalkeeper Joe Hart in the morning. The two saves from Zlatan Ibrahimovic's free-kicks were brilliant. He exuded the confidence of his side.

    "I was disappointed by PSG tonight. City boss Manuel Pellegrini's tactics were good and they went for the goal. They didn't sit back. Kevin de Bruyne has come back at just the right time for them.

    "This is a good night for English football, it has taken a battering in recent years. This is the exact tonic the country needed. The coefficient wasn't that important but English teams have been outclassed too often in Europe recently. City are now in the semi-finals."

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  10. Middlesbrough go top of the Championship

    A late, late, late winner has sent Middlesbrough to the top of the Championship. They beat Reading 2-1 while Leeds all but assured their Championship status for another season by edging Birmingham 2-1.

    Fair to say the Middlesbrough twitter person was a bit excited. Is the first bit of the below tweet even a word?

  11. When is the semi-final draw?

    Anyway, this is all Manchester City fans want to know - when is the Champions League semi-final draw?

    It takes place at 11:30 BST this Friday.

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    Man City 1-0 PSG (agg 3-2)

    Kevin de Bruyne

    So, er, Chelsea...

    ...what on earth were you thinking!!

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    Man City 1-0 PSG (agg 3-2)

    Chris Waddle

    Former England winger on BBC Radio 5 live

    "Well done Man City, they thoroughly deserved it and they worked their socks off. PSG couldn't get anything going and were anonymous in the final third.

    "We criticised the back four, but they were solid, as were Fernandinho and Fernando.

    "Even when they beat Dynamo Kiev, people asked questions and they did the same when they drew PSG. They haven't played well but they've gone through again.

    "The Champions League suits City defenders Nicolas Otamendi and Eliaquim Mangala. The Premier League is a hard league, it is end-to-end and tough. Today they played a European game and ground out a result.

    "It'll be interesting to see where PSG go from here, they have some ageing players in their team."

    Zlatan Ibrahimovic
  14. Cristiano Ronaldo - priceless?

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    Ada: Many City making sure England keep those 4 CL spots for a few more years.

    Daniel Woodley: Tonight is a brilliant night for English football. @MCFC reaching the @ChampionsLeague Semi-Finals helps our coefficient!

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    Man City 1-0 PSG (agg 3-2)

    Manchester City goalkeeper Joe Hart, speaking to BT Sport: "An amazing night for us. We have worked hard in this competition. We struggled to start with but we have started to compete. 

    "Credit to PSG, I thought they made it a fantastic encounter. I thought we really did shine in this leg. Fantastic from the whole team, even those not on the bench."  

    Joe Hart
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    Man City 1-0 PSG (agg 3-2)

    Manchester City match winner Kevin de Bruyne, speaking to BT Sport: "It feels great. We played a very good game. PSG didn't create a lot and I think we deserved to go through. We are in the semi-finals, anything can happen. It will be tough but we are looking forward to it."

    Sergio Aguero and Kevin De Bruyne
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    Real Madrid 3-0 Wolfsburg (agg 3-2)

    Real Madrid are also through after a Cristiano Ronaldo-led fight back.

    Who says the Portuguese forward doesn't turn up for the big games?

    Cristiano Ronaldo celebrates
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    Man City 1-0 PSG (agg 3-2)

    That's it! All over and Manchester City are into the semi-finals for the first time in their history!

    Manchester City celebrate