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Summary

  1. Listen to Porto v Liverpool on 5 live & online
  2. Mane hat-trick plus Salah & Firmino goals
  3. Liverpool's first match in knockout stages since 2008-09
  4. Rabiot for PSG, Ronaldo levels with penalty & bundles in second followed by Marcelo goal

Live Reporting

By Emlyn Begley

All times stated are UK

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  1. Goodnight

    Thanks for joining us for another night of red-hot Champions League action.

    More European football tomorrow, with Ostersund v Arsenal. Come back then if you like the sound of that.

    Goodnight

  2. Post update

    Real Madrid 3-1 PSG

    Neymar completed 13 dribbles against Real Madrid, more than any other player in a single Champions League match this season.

    Not that it did them much good.

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    Real Madrid 3-1 PSG

    Toni Kroos had the highest passing accuracy of all players in Real Madrid v Paris St-Germain - 99%. He created the joint-most chances in the game (three).

    Kroos
  4. The perfect performance?

    Porto 0-5 Liverpool

    Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp speaking to BT Sport:

    Was it a perfect performance?

    "Yes. You could say that of course. It was very professional, very mature in the right moments, very aggressive, good defending, good counter-attacking, keeping the ball, moving them around. In this game it was possible, usually it's not that easy.

    "It was hard work but at the end the boys enjoyed the work and that's the most important thing."

    What was the moment of the match?

    "At half-time I said, 'the situation of the first half even when we were 2-0 up was when Mo Salah won the ball back in the centre of the park'. That's what you need in a game like this, a competition like this.

    "I saw a lot of fantastic performances tonight, a result like this is only possible if they are all spot on. I think [Andrew] Robertson played an outstanding game, finally he found his crosses, I thought they were in Scotland or somewhere which was good to see. Of course Sadio [Mane] is man of the match but Roberto Firmino's work rate was outstanding again."

    On their warm-weather trip to Marbella tomorrow

    "If you think it's about alcohol, they don't drink. It's another generation. They can stay a little bit longer awake of course but they are tired I think so they will have a nice sleep."

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    #bbcfootball

    Renee Alsopp: Bale made a real difference, stretched the PSG defence. Neymar was great but faded as without his dominance Real were like a side reborn and showed what the team has been lacking this year

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    Porto 0-5 Liverpool

    I don't want to keep hating on Porto keeper Jose Sa, but I've just noticed Liverpool only had six shots on target. One save in the whole game.

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    Porto 0-5 Liverpool

    Mohamed Salah has now scored in five consecutive matches in all competitions, the first Reds player to achieve that feat since club legend Divock Origi in December 2016.

  8. 'Real never lacked belief, PSG looked frightened'

    Real Madrid 3-1 PSG

    Andy West

    Spanish football writer on BBC Radio 5 live

    What a turnaround for Real Madrid. Midway during the second half, they took Edinson Cavani off, and brought on Thomas Meunier, which was a negative move. It gave all the momentum to Real like they were frightened and Unai Emery will get a lot of stick for that.

    Zidane made a good move in bringing on Marco Asensio, he was instrumental in the last two goals. There will be pressure on Zidane to start him more.

    In the final 20 minutes you saw the big gulf in confidence, Real Madrid have been here before and know it. For PSG it looked like a repeat of Barcelona, where they’re hanging on instead of believing they can win.

    It looks like PSG, despite the money they’ve spent, they don’t have belief; Real never lacked that. They are in such a strong position, but the first goal in the second leg is super important.

    Ronaldo now has 101 Champions League goals for Real Madrid, and it sounds churlish to say but he didn’t have a great game. That’s what he does now, not the Premier League box to box player we saw, he lives for the penalty area, and that’s how he can extend his career, now in his 30s.

  9. Record equallers

    Porto 0-5 Liverpool

    Liverpool's win was the joint biggest away Champions League knockout victory, equaling Bayern Munich’s 5-0 win at Sporting in February 2009 and Real Madrid at Schalke in February 2014.

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    Real Madrid 3-1 PSG

    Gareth Bale made his 50th Champions League appearance tonight, becoming only the second Welshman to do so. He's just got another 91 to go to catch Ryan Giggs's 141.

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    Real Madrid 3-1 PSG

    Cristiano Ronaldo has scored 21 goals in his last 12 Champions League appearance - 11 in seven this season.

  12. 'Liverpool managed the game well'

    Porto 0-5 Liverpool

    Stephen Warnock

    Ex-Liverpool defender on BBC Radio 5 Live

    Clean sheets win you games, with the firepower they have. The one thing they learned after Sevilla is game management. They know they don’t have to press once they are a few goals up, they can sit in and counter, and that’s another side to Klopp’s team we’re seeing.

  13. 'He does a great job for the team'

    Porto 0-5 Liverpool

    Liverpool's James Milner speaking to BT Sport: "Sadio Mane does his job and does a great job for the team. People see his flair and the goals that he scores but he does a great job working for the team.

    "Porto are a very good side. It's a tough place to come, you could see the crowd and the way they were even at the end.

    "We wanted to keep a clean sheet and with the players we have we always have the chance to score an away goal. I thought we could have scored more."

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    Real Madrid 3-1 PSG

    Not meaning to simplify football...

    But Unai Emery brought on right-back Thomas Meunier for all-time top scorer Edinson Cavani.

    And Zinedine Zidane brought on Marco Asensio for Isco.

    And Asensio had a big hand in both Real's goals - from PSG's right-back position.

  15. 'We played great football'

    Porto 0-5 Liverpool

    Liverpool hat-trick hero Sadio Mane speaking to BT Sport: "Honestly it was not an easy game even if we scored five. We played great football from the beginning to the end."

    Which was the most pleasing goal?

    "The third one. It was a nice strike.

    "I've always enjoyed playing with these great players. Without the team [behind us] though we are nothing. They give us the ball."

  16. Hold your horses...

    Porto 0-5 Liverpool

    Pat Nevin

    BBC Radio 5 live at Estadio do Dragao

    It is different when you play a Barcelona, Real Madrid or PSG when you walk into two legs against them.

    You cannot canter, can’t cruise, cannot make mistakes and won’t have as much of the ball. And lot of them have half-decent coaches too.

  17. 'Premier League have quality managers'

    Porto 0-5 Liverpool

    Stephen Warnock

    Ex-Liverpool defender on BBC Radio 5 Live

    I think it’s in the quality of the coaching. You’ve got Guardiola, Klopp has had a while at Liverpool to get his idea, the quality of managers had improved, and they’re a strong outfit in European football. Chelsea have Conte, they weren’t in the Champions League last season but here now. I don’t even have to mention Jose Mourinho, his record speaks for itself.

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    But don't leave it too late - the deadline to sign up is midnight THIS Sunday, 18 February.

    See you out there hopefully!

  19. Post update

    An English team thrashing a team away from home, and a comeback in a game between two excellent sides.

    Different day, same themes.

    Not that I'm complaining - 17 goals in the first four last-16 games. That's never happened before.

  20. Have your say on the radio

    Porto 0-5 Liverpool

    BBC Radio 5 live

    BBC 5 live want you to have your say for their Football Social tonight.

    Can Liverpool go all the way and win the Champions League this season?

    Where has the improvement of English clubs in the Champions League come from? Is it the coaching? The players? Or something else?

    Thirty goals for Mo Salah this season, 33 for Harry Kane - so which is the most valuable player in the Premier League right now?

    The number to call is 08085 909 693