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Champions League: Man City 0-2 Barcelona | Leverkusen 0-4 PSG

Manchester City 0-2 FC Barcelona

Barcelona gave a masterclass of skill and possession at the Etihad stadium on Tuesday night, beating Manchester City 2-0 and almost certainly ending City's Champions League run. The teams were fairly evenly balanced in the first-half, but a strong City defense managed to curtail any real Barça threat. It was Lionel Messi who broke the deadlock in the second-half. He was brought down by City defender Martin Demichelis in the 54th minute, and he duly converted the spot-kick. Demichelis was sent off for the challenge and from then on 10-man City struggled. Manuel Pellegrini shuffled his side to compensate, but Dani Alves doubled Barça's lead in the 90th minute to give them an away-goal advantage going into the second-leg at the Nou Camp.

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Bayer Leverkusen 0-4 Paris Saint-Germain

Paris St-Germain ran riot over Bayern Leverkusen, thrashing them 4-0 and looking confident to advance to the quarter-finals. The French side went ahead in 3rd minute, Blaise Matuidi guiding the ball under Bernd Leno. Zlatan Ibrahimovic made it 2-0 with a penalty-kick in the 39th minute after Emir Spahic pulled down Lavezzi, and he got another three minutes later when his left-footed shot from outside the area found the top corner. They nearly had a fourth when Matuidi's shot was deflected in by Leverkusen defender Philipp Wollscheid, but Lavezzi was judged to be offside. Former Newcastle player Yohan Cabaye made it 4-0 with two minutes remaining when his shot from 18 yards out found the top corner, to end a memorable night for PSG.

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