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Live Reporting

Phil Dawkes

All times stated are UK

  1. That's all folks

    That's it from us. You can read the report for tonight's game here. There will be more reaction on the site later.

    Job done for Chelsea. A magnificent night for the Blues. Night all.

  2. European draws

    A reminder that the Champions League quarter-final draw will take place in Switzerland at 11:00 GMT on Friday. It will be followed immediately by the semi-final draw.

    There are no restrictions on who could be drawn against who.

    The Europa League quarters and semis draws will take place at 12:00 GMT with Arsenal, Tottenham, Manchester United and Rangers hoping to be involved.

  3. 'We were super hungry to go through'

    Chelsea 2-0 Atletico Madrid (agg. 3-0)


    Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel on BT Sport: "Very good performance, unbelievable effort, even from the guys in the stands... could feel we totally wanted it.

    "They tried to pressure us high in the first half but opened up some spaces in the back of the midfield and we could exploit it. Second half there were minutes where we suffered but we were ready to do what was necessary to win.

    "We missed Andrea Christensen today, Thiago for many weeks - big personalities. I tell Kurt Zouma this morning he plays and he steps up. It's about team work, courage and reliability of feeling safe around each other.

    "Is it a penalty? (Azpilicueta foul) Azpi got a bit frightened because his ball was short, I did not see it but was a bit frightened.

    "We know if we cannot find solutions with offensive play we can rely on our physical game. We were absolutely not afraid to put it on a physical level if we don't get offensive solutions. We enjoyed the battle. The guys were totally on and sharp, we were super hungry to go through.

    "Quarter-final means there's only four games - it's a big step and feels excellent."

  4. Post update

    Chelsea 2-0 Atletico Madrid (agg. 3-0)

    Chelsea are the first English club to eliminate Atlético Madrid from the knockout stage of a major European competition since Gary Megson’s Bolton Wanderers in the 2007-08 UEFA Cup last 32.

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    Chelsea 2-0 Atletico Madrid (agg. 3-0)

    So, that it is 13 games unbeaten for Chelsea now under Thomas Tuchel.

    This is now the longest unbeaten start to a tenure by any manager in the club's history, overtaking Luiz Felipe Scolari's 12 games in 2008.

    The Blues are also to concede a goal in six home games under Tuchel in all competitions; indeed. In fact, they have kept 11 clean sheets in 13 games under the German, more than any other Premier League club since his first game in charge in January.

  6. 'Atletico looked lethargic'

    Chelsea 2-0 Atletico Madrid (agg 3-0)

    Don Hutchison

    Ex-Liverpool midfielder on BBC Radio 5 Live

    Really professional performance from Chelsea but I was disappointed with Atletico I thought they looked really poor – slow and lethargic.

    But if you’re a Chelsea fan you’re into the last eight – you’re looking forward to the draw your side is keeping clean sheets and you can see now that they’re hard to beat.

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    Chelsea 2-0 Atletico Madrid (agg. 3-0)

    To go back to the first half, Atletico should have had a penalty. Azpilicueta pulled Carrasco back and one of either the on-field ref or VAR should have spotted it. Would also likely have been a red card for the Chelsea man. Would have been a very different game than the one we witnessed, with the Blues utterly dominant.

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    Chelsea 2-0 Atletico Madrid (agg. 3-0)

    Former Chelsea midfielder Joe Cole on BT Sport: "This was like Chelsea playing a top Championship side or a team at the bottom of the Premier League."

  9. 'We had it under control'

    Chelsea 2-0 Atletico Madrid (agg 3-0)


    Chelsea forward Hakim Ziyech, speaking to BT Sport: "Some difficult moments in the game but for most of the time we had it under control. It was an important goal and I had to wait a long time for it.

    "It is always good when you go 1-0 up, especially when you make it by yourself. Timo's delivery was good as well.

    "It was a bit like seeing how the game would go for 10 minutes and after that we had control. We did well.

    "They didn't create a lot. We can be happy about the performance. Hopefully it will be a good opponent for the last eight."

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    Chelsea 2-0 Atletico Madrid (agg 3-0)

    After a run of four consecutive eliminations when appearing at the last 16 stage in the Champions League, Chelsea have progressed to the competition’s quarter-finals for the first time since 2013-14 under José Mourinho.

    Atletico Madrid have lost three consecutive knockout stages games in the Champions League/European Cup for the very first time, also losing both legs of a two-legged knockout tie in the competition for the first time.

  11. 'Exciting period for Chelsea'

    FT: Chelsea 2-0 Atletico Madrid (agg 3-0)

    Karen Carney

    Former England and Chelsea winger on BBC Radio 5 Live

    Fantastic - over the two legs you have to kook at the team selections which were spot on, the performances which were brilliant, individual performances, clean sheets as well against an Atletico Madrid side it's a dream.

    They thoroughly deserved it brilliant performance, especially today, Edouard Mendy has had pretty much nothing to do. They're really pushing forward, it's an exciting period for Chelsea.

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    Chelsea 2-0 Atletico Madrid (agg 3-0)

    So here are the Champions League final eight...

    Bayern Munich (Ger)

    Borussia Dortmund (Ger)

    Chelsea (Eng)

    Liverpool (Eng)

    Man City (Eng)

    Paris St-Germain (Fra)

    Porto (Por)

    Real Madrid (Esp)


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    Chelsea 2-0 Atletico Madrid (agg 3-0)

    Karen Carney

    Former England and Chelsea winger on BBC Radio 5 Live

    Brilliant counter-attacking football - Christian Pulisic plays Emerson in on the left and he's through on goal, there were no defenders back everyone for Atletico was pushed forward. On his left foot, first time absolutely buries it into the corner. Brilliant counter attacking goal for Chelsea, total control, total dominance and they've blown Atletico Madrid away.


    Chelsea 2-0 Atletico Madrid (agg 3-0)

    Job done. Chelsea were brilliant, Atletico largely absent.

    England has three teams in the last eight.

  15. GOAL - Chelsea 2-0 Atletico Madrid (agg 3-0)


    Not a bad first touch.

    Emerson's very first act is to run 40 yards to collect a pass from Christian Pulisic after N'Golo Kante's tackle had won the ball to set Chelsea away. The full-back's low shot is clean and into the bottom corner.

    Cake, say hello to some icing.


    Chelsea 1-0 Atletico Madrid (agg 2-0)

    Ben Chilwell and Emerson get a very short run-out. Kai Havertz and Marcos Alonso are the man replaced.


    Bayern 2-1 Lazio (agg, 6-2)

    Bayern ease into the quarter-finals. Can anyone stop them this year?

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    Chelsea 1-0 Atletico Madrid (agg 2-0)

    Good save by Mendy!

    Felix cuts inside and shows strength to hold on to the ball but his goalbound effort is pushed over by the Chelsea keeper. Brilliant.

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    Chelsea 1-0 Atletico Madrid (agg 2-0)

    Stefan Savic received his third UEFA Champions League red card; only Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Edgar Davids and Sergio Ramos have had more in the competition's history (all four).

    Red card
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    Chelsea 1-0 Atletico Madrid (agg 2-0)

    There will be five added minutes. It could 50 and Atletico wouldn't be able to do anything to change the outcome.