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By Jonathan Jurejko

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  1. Goodbye


    *Heavy sigh*

    It's been one of those nights, hasn't it Tottenham fans? Manchester City fans haven't had the best evening either but at least they have the huge consolation of the quarter-finals to look forward to...

    Make sure you join us again tomorrow for North London v Italy Part II - AC Milan v Arsenal in the Europa League. Ciao!

  2. The last eight?

    And here's who could still make it...

    Manchester United or Sevilla (agg 0-0)

    Roma or Shakhtar Donetsk (agg 1-2)

    Besiktas or Bayern Munich (agg 0-5)

    Barcelona or Chelsea (agg 1-1)

  3. The last eight

    Tottenham might have fallen agonisingly short, but the Premier League still has two sides in the Champions League quarter-finals - for the first time since 2010-11.

    Here's who else has made it:


    Real Madrid



  4. Wicky: "It is special to beat City"

    Man City 1-2 Basel (agg 5-2)

    Chris Bevan

    BBC Sport at Etihad Stadium

    More from FC Basel coach Raphael Wicky, who has been explaining how his side grew in belief as the game went on.

    Wicky said: "The game did not start as we imagined and it was a difficult situation when we went behind after eight minutes. Playing a team like City, it can turn out really difficult.

    “So I am very proud of the team, they produced a really good performance.

    "We tried to play football and we did that and we found that there was space we could create and with two or three passes we could get into the final third. I think in time the team realised that perhaps we could get something out of the game."

    On being the first team to beat City at Etihad Stadium this season: “It is special for us that we are able to beat this team and go out of the Champions League with a decent performance in a very difficult task."

  5. Chiellini dedicates win to Astori

    Tottenham 1-2 Juventus (agg 3-4)

    Juventus beat Tottenham

    Juventus defender Giorgio Chiellini has paid an emotional tribute to Italy team-mate Davide Astori, who died at the age of 31 on Sunday.

    Fiorentina's Astori was found dead in his sleep before his team's game against Udinese.

    "We dedicate this win to him but not only this match. I cry many times, I always believe in him because he was a fantastic player," said Chiellini, who fought back the tears during a minute's silence before the game.

    "It's very difficult during the match because we have to think of the game and our opponents. It is not easy but he will always be in our heart. And tomorrow we go to give last 'ciao' with our teammates.

    "It's difficult but we have to continue our lives. For us he was important for our national team, he always brought positive emotion and always smiled. We would like to continue to smile in our heart."

  6. Wicky: "City are one of the top two or three teams in the world"

    Man City 1-2 Basel (agg 5-2)

    Chris Bevan

    BBC Sport at Etihad Stadium

    FC Basel coach Raphael Wicky, asked if his side have gone out of the Champions League to the competition’s future winners?

    “That is really difficult to say. For me, Manchester City are one of the top two or three teams in the world at the moment - they have showed that for months in all competitions, playing every three days, why they are one of the top favourites for the Champions League.

    “But we all know the Champions League is a competition that depends on the form on the day and the draw has to go right so it is difficult to say how it will go, but in terms of quality and momentum then this team is clearly one of the top two or three teams."

  7. Spurs always miss something at the end - Chiellini

    Tottenham 1-2 Juventus (agg 3-4)

    Juventus defender Giorgio Chiellini, talking to BT Sport: "For us it is an amazing night. it was very difficult and we knew before this match and also before the first game. But we believed it and believed in the win.

    "We knew Tottenham have fantastic players, and are an amazing side, but we know they concede many chances every game. And also at the end the first half we believed it, we said keep calm and the chances would surely arrive.

    "We had to be concentrated and score when we had our chances. It was a difficult game but we achieved our target."

    On Tottenham's disappointing exit: "It's the history of Tottenham. They always created many chances to score so much, but at the end they miss always something to arrive at the end. We believe in the history. We saw it yesterday between Paris and Real, the history is important, with experience it is important, and tonight we use our skill and arrive at the win.

    "We have improved year by year and match by match and we improve with many players. It is very difficult but we are here."

  8. 'Tough to take'

    Tottenham 1-2 Juventus (agg 3-4)

    Tottenham Hotspur

    Tottenham defender Kieran Trippier speaking to BBC Radio 5 live: "We had a lot of chances in the first half and put in a great performance. It's a difficult one to take.

    "[Juventus] changed their formation and they had a lot of the ball, we just need to settle down a little bit.

    "The lads are gutted because of the way we started the game. It's a tough one to take.

    "We wanted to come out fast in the second half, but they killed the tempo out of the game."

  9. 'We forgot to attack'

    Man City 1-2 Basel (agg 5-2)

    Manchester City

    Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola to BT Sport: "I'm so happy to be in the quarter-finals because it's quite new for us.

    "We forgot to attack in the second half. We have to pass the ball to attack, not pass to pass. We forgot to try to go through and make a moment, runs in behind.

    "Some players were tired. When you make changes, your level isn't the same. Congratulations to Basel. It's not a problem to concede those two goals.

    "It was the first time Gabriel Jesus played 90 minutes since his injury so that's good for him."

  10. Post update

    Tottenham 1-2 Juventus (agg 3-4)

    Thought Giorgio Chiellini was just a nasty brute of a defender? The Juventus centre-back has just given an insightful, emotional post-match interview which showed what a nice fella he is.

    He says that Juve believed they could exploit Spurs' weaknesses - namely their bottle - and paid a tearful tribute to Italy team-mate Davide Astori.

    Full quotes to come.

  11. What went wrong for City? "We forgot to attack"

    Man City 1-2 Basel (agg 5-2)

    Here's Pep Guardiola's opinion:

    "The first half was quite good but in the second half we forgot to attack, we forgot to play. When we pass the ball we do it to move through the opponents to attack - just to pass the ball for itself (like we did) is nothing and the second half was really really poor.

    "It is not easy to play with a 4-0 lead. We tried, we spoke about that and I think what we showed in the first half we showed we wanted to win the game. We created a lot of chances and we were good.

    "But after 1-1 in the second half, it didn’t happen. We just passed for itself and when that happens, that is not football."

  12. Post update

    Positive words from Poch. Do we think his claim that Spurs deserved more over the two legs is right?

    Twenty-three shots from his side tonight, compared to nine from Juve, plus more possession and territory, seems to support his case.

    Meanwhile, Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola is less than pleased with his team...

  13. 'We deserved more'

    Tottenham 1-2 Juventus (agg 3-4)

    Tottenham Hotspur

    Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino speaking to BT Sport: "In less than three minutes we conceded two goals - two big mistakes - and that is why we are out.

    "In both legs we deserved more. I feel proud. We played fantastic football until that first goal and we dominated.

    "Of course we are very disappointed but it is part of growing. We will keep going. But we are very disappointed.

    "We created a lot of chances. It is clear that we deserved a lot more. In football it is not about deserving, you have to score goals and not concede.

    "They [Juventus] only came to our goal two or three times - not much - but they have quality so if you make a mistake they will score.

    "We played another massive team. For us it was tough. It was very positive for the future. You need this type of game and experience to build you as a player to compete at this level."

  14. 'Learn lessons'

    Tottenham 1-2 Juventus (agg 3-4)

    Chris Sutton

    Ex-Chelsea striker on BBC Radio 5 live

    Over the course of the two games, but for 15-20 minutes, Tottenham dominated a big European side.

    They can count themselves unfortunate but they will have to learn lessons from it.

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    Kenneth Molloy: Better team lost , more experienced team won. Spurs can hold their heads high.

    Mike Schofield: Why did Pochettino start playing route 1 football? Absolutely no need to should have carried on the way they were playing. Juventus absolutely immense never panicked, great performance.

  16. Post update

    Tottenham 1-2 Juventus (agg 3-4)

    Are you still remaining patient Spurs fans? Still battling for the top four, in the FA Cup quarter-finals... plenty to keep your stars happy, right? I suppose the big danger is Mauricio Pochettino being lured away...

  17. 'It will come'

    Tottenham 1-2 Juventus (agg 3-4)

    Chris Sutton

    Ex-Chelsea striker on BBC Radio 5 live

    The most important thing for Spurs is not to lose their heads. It's a disappointing defeat but it's important that there is no wild reaction. Keep this group together. They are building something special and it will come.

    Keep Kane, keep Alli, and keep the core of this team, and I'm sure they will win a trophy.

  18. Post update

    Tottenham 1-2 Juventus (agg 3-4)

    Mauricio Pochettino has emerged from the changing room to face the cameras. To say he looked disappointed would be an understatement...

    "We deserved more and we were the better team," says the Spurs boss.

    Full quotes coming up shortly...

  19. Post update

    Tottenham 1-2 Juventus (agg 3-4)

    The standard changing-room celebration pic has already been uploaded to Juve's social media accounts...

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  20. Post update

    Tottenham 1-2 Juventus (agg 3-4)

    We've talked about Spurs showing a bit of naivety and former England skipper Rio Ferdinand picks one interesting example for Juve's second goal.

    Davinson Sanchez, who had an otherwise decent game, got sucked in by Gonzalo Higuain's movement close to the halfway line, allowed him to turn too easily and then pick out scorer Paulo Dybala.

    Ferdinand says the Spurs centre-back should have fouled Higuain after getting dragged out there.