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CL: Barca 2-1 City (4-1) | PSG 2-1 Leverkusen (6-1)

FC Barcelona 2-1 Manchester City (Agg 4-1)

Barcelona secured a 2-1 victory (4-1 on aggregate) against Manchester City last night to comfortably progress to the UEFA Champions League quarter-finals.

The game played at the Camp Nou was full of chances at both ends in the first half but no team was able to break the deadlock.

Lionel Messi showed his best form for the Catalans and he should have scored after the re-start when he dribbled past Lescott but his effort hit the post.

Manchester City then had a great chance when Dzeko, who replaced injured Aguero, headed home a fine cross only to see Valdez acrobatically save the ball over the bar.

Messi finally found the net in the 66th minute after Cesc Fabregas pass bobbled off Joleon Lescott allowing the Argentinian dink the ball over Joe Hart.

The Citizens kept on threatening Barca but their little chances were finally blown away as Zabaleta was given a second yellow card for protesting after Dzeko was brought down by Pique inside the area.

Kompany did found the equalizer when he shot from close range in the 89th, tucking in Dzeko's knockdown.

But there was still time for Alves to score in stoppage time, just like he did in the first leg in Manchester, as he sent home Iniesta's pull-back to secure Barca’s victory.

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Paris Saint-Germain 2-1 Bayer Leverkusen (Agg 6-1)

Elsewhere, PSG came from behind to beat 2-1 Bayer Leverkusen and seal their spot for the Champions League last eight.

Leverkusen came into this match trailing 4-0 from the terrible first leg played at home last month but they started bravely and found the net in the 6th minute through Sidney Sam’s header.

The dream lasted very little as the French giants equalized in the 13th after Marquinhos rose to head in from a corner.

Bayer Leverkusen then missed a penalty when Simon Rolfes spot-kick was well saved by PSG goalkeeper Salvatore Sirigu.

After the break, Lavezzi scored the second goal for the hosts when he tucked Digne’s cutback past Leno.

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