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Summary

  1. Messi slots in from tight angle before Dembele scores first Barca goal
  2. Messi nets 100th CL goal to seal 4-1 aggregate win for Spanish side
  3. Bayern beat Besiktas 3-1 in Turkey (8-1 on aggregate)
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By Shamoon Hafez

All times stated are UK

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Goodbye

Chelsea had been on a run of eight games unbeaten against Barcelona, but that what emphatically ended by Lionel Messi's magic.

Have a read of the report

We are back on Thursday for Europa League action.

Until then.

'Isn't that his job'

FT: Barcelona 3-0 Chelsea (agg: 4-1)

Chris Sutton

Ex-Chelsea striker on BBC Radio 5 live

The one issue I have with Thibaut Courtois comments, is that he said, 'he didn't expect the shot from Lionel Messi,' but isn't that his job?

It was either going to be a shot or a cross for the first goal. He's admitted his mistakes but I was really disappointed with him tonight.

'I have to be a man'

Chelsea

Chelsea goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois tells BT Sport:"I don't think we deserve to be out, but individual mistakes cost us in both legs. The first goal, I didn not expect Lionel Messi to shoot from that angle and I was too late in closing my legs. It was a mistake on my part.

"There were missed passes from us and they scored from our mistakes. We defended and played well, hit the crossbar which was unlucky on our side but the individual mistakes cost us. We have to be honest about that.

"I played against Messi a lot of time, I have already conceded goals like that before The weakest point is between the legs or a goalkeeper, it is annoying, I cannot hide inside, I have to be a man and come out. I made some good saves too but we go out with conceding four goals from four mistakes."

Chelsea goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois did not have the best of nights.

He did have the courage to front up to the cameras after the game though.

'Beaten by the best player ever'

Pat Nevin

BBC Radio 5 live

I would say this is the defining period of the season for Chelsea - I agree that they played OK tonight but they were beaten by the best player that's ever played on the planet.

Lionel Messi was astonishing over the tie - he had a hand in all of the Barcelona goals either scoring or making the goals.

The first goal looks a good goal but it's a one two and if you don't know that Barcelona play one two's and follow them it's a terrible error.

With most great players there is a chance you will concede when you make a mistake, when Lionel Messi is around and you make a mistake, you will lose a goal. You just have to accept that at this rarefied level.

The right team went through because they have special players and a special player.

Lionel Messi did the damage as Barcelona beat Chelsea 4-1 on aggregate to reach the quarter-finals.

Here is what Pat Nevin made of it.

Who's into the quarters?

Manchester City, Liverpool, Real Madrid, Barcelona, Bayern Munich, Sevilla Juventus, Roma.

Open draw so you can face any team.

The draw is on Friday at 11:00 GMT.

BreakingWelcome #SaintHughes

Mark Hughes
Southampton

Southampton have announced former striker Mark Hughes as their new manager until the end of the season.

He replaces Mauricio Pellegrino who was sacked on Monday.

But first...

Let's take a look at the best bits from the Barcelona-Chelsea match...

Who is signing the players at Chelsea?

FT: Barcelona 3-0 Chelsea (agg: 4-1)

Charlie Adam

Stoke City midfielder on BBC Radio 5 live

The biggest problem you have at Chelsea is who is signing the players? There was Michael Emenalo who went to Monaco and that is probably Antonio Conte's biggest argument.

Whoever comes in will want full control [of recruitment]. If they bring in Luis Enrique will he be happy to just coach the team?

Hughes announcement

Adam Blackmore

BBC Radio Solent sports editor

We are expecting Mark Hughes to be named as the new Southampton manager in the next few minutes.

Stay tuned.

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Jamie: Never seen Antonio Conte smile after losing a game, but even he had to ruefully smile when shaking Leo Messi's hand at the end.

Philipp: Much rather lose at the Camp Nou by 3, than at Old Trafford against Sevilla. Best I’ve seen the blues play in a long time. Can’t excuse defensive errors, but should give confidence in the league.

David M: If Chelsea keep hold of Conte, it'll be a successful season.

'Where do Chelsea and Conte go now?'

FT: Barcelona 3-0 Chelsea (agg: 4-1)

Chris Sutton

Ex-Chelsea striker on BBC Radio 5 live

I just wonder where Chelsea and Antonio Conte go from here? It was only two years ago they were tenth in the Premier League and Conte transformed the team and they won the Premier League, so things can change.

The question is will the owner accept fifth place under Conte with all the other issues, and the chances are he won't be there at the end of the season

We've seen two responses in two night's from two managers that have been really surprising - an acceptance of what this is [losing] and I don't think that is right.

'No regrets'

FT: Barcelona 3-0 Chelsea (agg: 4-1)

Chelsea

Chelsea manager Antonio Conte, speaking to BT Sport: "Tonight in the two legs, Lionel Messi made the difference. We are talking about the best player in the world. Over the two legs we were a bit unlucky. We hit the post four times. In our best moment today they scored.

"They were very clinical. We created many chances. We are talking about a player (Messi) that every season he scores 60 goals. We are talking not about a top player but a super top player. He made the difference.

"We have no regrets. I must be pleased for the commitment. They gave everything tonight. We didn't deserve to lose 3-0. During the game, from the bench and for me it was a clear penalty on Marcos Alonso. We have to go and move on and to prepare for the game against Leicester on Sunday."

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Hayden King: Poor defensive errors cost us this tie, we gave it our all but we lacked that ruthlessness in front of goal tonight, a game where a top quality striker could have changed this game.

Connor Vallor: Leo Messi brilliant again can’t afford to make mistakes against a team like that at the Camp Nou!

Nishant Punia: Marcus Alonso, today, made a strong case for his selection into Spanish national team. Cesar Azpilicueta didn’t do any favours to his.

FT: Barcelona 3-0 Chelsea (agg: 4-1)

Chelsea manager Antonio Conte calls Lionel Messi "a super top player".

Full quotes to come.

'I have to be a man'

FT: Barcelona 3-0 Chelsea (agg: 4-1)

Chelsea

Thibaut Courtois
Reuters

Chelsea goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois tells BT Sport: "I don't think we deserve to be out, but individual mistakes cost us in both legs. The first goal, I didn not expect Lionel Messi to shoot from that angle and I was too late in closing my legs. It was a mistake on my part.

"There were missed passes from us and they scored from our mistakes. We defended and played well, hit the crossbar which was unlucky on our side but the individual mistakes cost us. We have to be honest about that.

"I played against Messi a lot of time, I have already conceded goals like that before The weakest point is between the legs or a goalkeeper, it is annoying, I cannot hide inside, I have to be a man and come out. I made some good saves too but we go out with conceding four goals from four mistakes."

'Chelsea have performed pretty well'

Barcelona 3-0 Chelsea (agg: 4-1)

Chris Sutton

Ex-Chelsea striker on BBC Radio 5 live

I think Chelsea over the two legs have performed pretty well.

They had a plan at home that worked until the big mistake from Andreas Christensen. Then tonight it was just unbelievable basic errors that cost them.

'Beaten by the best player ever'

FT: Barcelona 3-0 Chelsea (agg: 4-1)

Pat Nevin

Former Chelsea winger on BBC Radio 5 live

Lionel Messi
AFP/Getty Images

I would say this is the defining period of the season for Chelsea - I agree that they played OK tonight but they were beaten by the best player that's ever played on the planet.

Lionel Messi was astonishing over the tie - he had a hand in all of the Barcelona goals either scoring or making the goals.

The first goal looks a good goal but it's a one two and if you don't know that Barcelona play one two's and follow them it's a terrible error.

With most great players there is a chance you will concede when you make a mistake, when Lionel Messi is around and you make a mistake, you will lose a goal. You just have to accept that at this rarefied level.

The right team went through because they have special players and a special player.

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Akinpelu Kayode: Thibaut Courtois should be begging Chelsea for a new contract not the other way around.

Arif Holmes: The mistakes have cost us dear in both the legs & you cannot do that against Barcelona. Really proud of the performance from Chelsea though Lionel Messi magical again.

Bayo Omisore: No tears. No shame. It’s Barcelona after all.

'The game was done after 20 minutes'

FT: Barcelona 3-0 Chelsea (agg: 4-1)

Charlie Adam

Stoke City midfielder on BBC Radio 5 live

The game was done after 20 minutes, 2-0 down at Barcelona, we were trying to compliment Chelsea by saying if they scored the next goal they could get back in the game.

But it was over.

FT: Barcelona 3-0 Chelsea (agg: 4-1)

And then there were two.

We started with five English sides in the Champions League, but only Manchester City and Liverpool progressed to the quarters.

Manchester United, Chelsea and Tottenham will all be watching on from home.

'We were unlucky'

FT: Barcelona 3-0 Chelsea (agg: 4-1)

Chelsea

Marcos Alonso
Reuters

Chelsea wing-back Marcos Alonso tells BT Sport: "They have Lionel Messi and I think they were the better team even though we competed well in both games. If we concede easy goals and miss the chances, then it is very difficult against this team.

"We knew they have top players and we cannot give them one metre because they can create and score. We were a little bit unlucky with he first two goals, we hit the post three times, had so many chances in both games. We have to improve and when you lose, you have to train and get better.

"They were not comfortable in the first half and we just missed the chances. It could have been 2-2 at half time but at 2-0 in this stadium, against this team, it is not easy to come back."

'No surprises'

Barcelona 3-0 Chelsea (agg: 4-1)

Charlie Adam

Stoke City midfielder on BBC Radio 5 live

It's only Man United going out that is a surprise. Did you expect Juventus to beat Tottenham, Yes.

Did you expect Barcelona to win here tonight. Did you expect Man City and Liverpool to win, yes.

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Lee Kibbey: Genuinely feel sorry for N'Golo Kante and Willian, they've been let down by the rest of the team.

Michael Papadopoulos:You feel that Diego Costa would have made something happen tonight.

Caval Canti: On the "bright" side, Chelsea getting knocked out at the Round of 16 will mean fewer games, more rest and a better chance at making the top four.

'It unraveled so quickly'

Barcelona 3-0 Chelsea (agg: 4-1)

Chris Sutton

Ex-Chelsea striker on BBC Radio 5 live

The frustration will be that there was all the talk was of this perfect performance [that was needed] and it unraveled so quickly with such a poor first goal with the error that Thibaut Courtois made.

Chelsea responded and came back into it and then Cesc Fabregas makes an error for the second. Basic errors have cost them.

You get brutally exposed at this level by the top sides. Antonio Conte though did not lose his players tonight.

FT: Barcelona 3-0 Chelsea (agg: 4-1)

Antonio Conte shakes hands with his Chelsea players but saves his warmest hug for Barcelona superstar Lionel Messi.

The two cover their mouths as they engage in conversation.

"Come to Chelsea, pleaseeeeee," Conte is probably saying to him.

Lionel Messi and Antonio Conte,
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FULL-TIME

Barcelona 3-0 Chelsea (agg: 4-1)

It is pain in Spain for Chelsea as Barcelona book the final spot in the quarter-finals of the Champions League.

Antonio Conte
Reuters

'Woodwork again'

Barcelona 3-0 Chelsea (agg: 4-1)

John Murray

BBC Radio 5 live

Yet again Chelsea see an effort hit the woodwork.

They hit both posts at Stamford Bridge. Marcos Alonso hit the post here in the first half and now Antonio Rudiger has hit the crossbar.

Barcelona 3-0 Chelsea (agg: 4-1)

Two minutes of added time for Chelsea to endure.

HITS THE WOODWORK

Barcelona 3-0 Chelsea (agg: 4-1)

And still it stays out for Chelsea.

Antonio Rudiger jumps to meet a cross and plants a thumping header onto the crossbar from eight yards out.

Marc-Andre ter Stegen
Reuters

'Still playing for Conte'

Barcelona 3-0 Chelsea (agg: 4-1)

Chris Sutton

Ex-Chelsea striker on BBC Radio 5 live

The Chelsea players are still playing for their manager, Antonio Conte. There has been a lot of effort and endeavour, they have not chucked it.

They have stuck with it, they have made mistakes, but they've kept going.

Willian
Reuters

CLOSE!

Barcelona 3-0 Chelsea (agg: 4-1)

Chelsea have just not been able to breach this Barcelona backline.

Davide Zappacosta, playing as a centre-forward, turns on the edge of the box, but his left-footed curler is smothered by Marc Andre Ter-Stegen.

Two minutes remaining.

'Paulinho should have scored'

Barcelona 3-0 Chelsea (agg: 4-1)

Chris Sutton

Ex-Chelsea striker on BBC Radio 5 live

There's an inquiry going on in that Chelsea back-line. Paulinho should have scored but it was smart goalkeeping from Thibaut Courtois.

GREAT SAVE!

Barcelona 3-0 Chelsea (agg: 4-1)

Almost a fourth.

Ivan Rakitic curls in a corner which Paulinho meets with a free header, but Thibaut Courtois leaps high to his left to tip the ball away.

A superb save and the Belgian goalkeeper showing us what he is capable of.

Barcelona 3-0 Chelsea (agg: 4-1)

The game is being played a leisurely pace now, both teams know it's done.

'Inevitable questions about Conte's future'

Barcelona 3-0 Chelsea (agg: 4-1)

Chris Sutton

Ex-Chelsea striker on BBC Radio 5 live

There is no energy from Chelsea now. They have just run out of steam, that third goal was the killer blow.

Inevitably there will be questions after the game about Antonio Conte's future, and where this defeat leaves him.

Antonio Conte
Reuters

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Craig: I think people are getting a bit carried away by saying that this is a great performance. They’re losing 3-0... or am I missing something?

Lifa Nati: Thibaut Courtois' heart is no longer at Chelsea and his performance tonight proves it. They should just cut their losses and get a player who wants to play for the club.

Freddie Caine: So the only English teams in the next round are the ones that played Basel and F.C. Porto...

SUBSTITUTION

Barcelona 3-0 Chelsea (agg: 4-1)

Off comes Chelsea's star player Eden Hazard and former Barcelona man Pedro takes his place.

"Pedro, Pedro, Pedro," sing the home supporters. The Spaniard responds by applauding the supporters.

That's nice.

Eden Hazard and Pedro
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