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Live Reporting

Gary Rose

All times stated are UK

  1. Post update

    Well that was a great return of Champions League football and tomorrow's line up isn't bad either:

    Both 20:00 BST

    Barcelona v Napoli (Agg 1-1)

    Bayern Munich v Chelsea (Agg 3-0)

    Join us again at the same time tomorrow. See you later.

  2. 'We have to be calm'

    Man City 2-1 Real Madrid (Agg:4-2)

    More from Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola:

    (On Gabriel Jesus) Big players have to show at big stages in big games and he showed it twice against the kings of the competitions. He made an incredible step forward to say here I am and I can win games myself.

    "To win the Champions League you have to beat a lot of teams. There are still Bayern Munich, Lyon, Barcelona, Napoli, Atletico Madrid - so many good teams.

    "Important first step for our confidence, for our future. But last 16 we still have three games to try and achieve for the second time in our history the semi-final. That is why we have to be so calm.

    "It is important. The big clubs is when you lift the titles. We will be aware we can do it but lets see how we recover.'

  3. 'They have an alien'

    Juventus 2-1 Lyon (Agg: 2-2)

    Lyon boss Rudi Garcia: “I have been here a few times with Roma. They are the best club in Italy, a team that wanted to win the Champions League and have an alien.

    "We saw Cristiano Ronaldo's magnificent second goal. Few people thought we could do it. We did it.

    "It is the victory of a group. We wanted to be in Lisbon. Here we are. I am proud for our supporters and for Lyon. We must not stop there."

  4. 'Jesus was the man of the two games'

    Manchester City

    Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola: "More than satisfied. The players will go to Portugal to try to make the next step.We know exactly what team we beat.

    "First half our wingers were more inside than outside and it was not good. Second half they played wider and it was better. It was a wrong decision I had done.

    "This competition punishes you, we know that from our own experiences. Jesus was the man of the two games for us, he set up the first and scored the second."

    "We more than deserve to be in the next stage."

  5. 'Defeat down to me'

    Real Madrid defender Raphael Varane to Marca newspaper: "This defeat is down to me. I have to take responsibility for that.

    "We prepared very well, but errors are costly. I'm very sad for my team mates now."

  6. Post update

    Real Madrid

    Real Madrid

    More from Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane: "I am the Real Madrid manager until something happens out of the ordinary.

    "You don't need to ask any more question about my future. We will all have a rest and come back again next season."

  7. 'We have to accept this'

    Real Madrid

    Real Madrid

    Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane: "We cant be happy obviously, we have lost the game and we are out.

    "We are proud of what we achieved this season, this is football. We lost to a good team and have to accept it. We had our chances to score.

    "95% of what we achieved this season has been excellent. We have to accept this.We need to be very proud of what we have achieved."

  8. 'It is one step'

    Man City 2-1 Real Madrid (Agg: 4-2)

    Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola, speaking to BT Sport: "We created a lot of chances and scored two goals with mistakes from them. We tried to convince them to go, go and attack but it is not easy against this team.

    On pressing teams: "We try to do it, sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn't. In general we did a good job.

    "We could not expect after 30 minutes be 4-0 up. The second half didn't have much but we created a lot. The players made an incredible effort - all of them.

    "The first half we played with our wingers more inside, not wider. I think that was a mistake from my side. We corrected in the second half and were better.

    "It is important, we beat them twice. Zinedine Zidane never lost knockout games. You see the calm and personality they play with, they are good. We are here to try and win the Champions League. It is one step, if we think that is enough we will show how small we are. If you want to win you have to beat the big clubs.

    "I just spoke with the scouting department (about Lyon) and they told me to be alert. We have eight days to prepare for it. We will enjoy it and then after we will think about Lyon."

  9. Post update


    Nice scenes of respect between old rivals. Long after the final whistle Pep Guardiola and Zinedine Zidane were still chatting away.

  10. 'How did Real not know what City would do?'

    Man City 2-1 Real Madrid (Agg: 4-2)

    Dion Dublin

    Former Aston Villa & Man Utd striker on BBC Radio 5 Live

    I don't know how Real didn't know what City were going to do.

    They always do it, but Real played so slowly and got caught out.

    They can get away with it in their own league but City and Liverpool are the best at that high press.

  11. 'Jesus work rate phenomenal'

    Man City 2-1 Real Madrid (Agg: 4-2)

    Former Manchester City winger Shaun Wright-Phillips speaking on BBC Radio 5 Live: "The standout Real Madrid performance was Karim Benzema. The rest were lightyears away from where they should be for a game of this magnitude."

    On Gabriel Jesus: "For me he was tremendous. His work rate was phenomenal. That's something you see all the time [from Jesus] but he has started adding assists and goals now too.

    "Everything is coming together for him at the right time, with Sergio Aguero's injury, and if he keeps going he will be ready to replace [Aguero]."

  12. 'Pressing is one of my powers'

    Manchester City's Gabriel Jesus, speaking to BT Sport: "Like the last game we can run a lot, we played good with the ball and scored the goals. We beat a top team, the best club in this competition so for us it is massive.

    "It is about belief, believe in their mistakes. We are human and can make mistakes so I believe always and I press, press a lot. It is one of my powers. I was happy to score.

    "I work to be a great striker, I work every day hard to be like Ronaldo (of Brazil) was. His quality is different from me but I have to work to be a great striker.

    "Real Madrid are such a good team, they have a lot of players. They can beat us which is why we came to the pitch to work hard again.

    "We have to keep working and stay strong for the next game."

  13. 'No other side would play against Real like that'

    Man City 2-1 Real Madrid (Agg: 4-2)

    Former Manchester City winger Shaun Wright-Phillips speaking on BBC Radio 5 Live: "I don't think anyone plays against Real Madrid the way City have done over those two legs.

    "Man City said we're just as good as you and they just pressed at every opportunity.

    "I dont think Real Madrid could deal with that, which was the strangest part for me because you expect them to have the quality to handle that."

  14. 'We were brilliant'

    Man City 2-1 Real Madrid (Agg: 4-2)

    Manchester City's Raheem Sterling, speaking to BT Sport: "Energy, passion. It is a competition we want to do well in. If we play our football and run our socks off then the result will come.

    "We know how good they are, we know how good we are and the difference was who would run the most and I thought we were brilliant today.

    "We wanted to be right on them and from our pressing we got two goals. A great achievement (to score 100 goals for the club), hopefully plenty more to follow."

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