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Where to now for Sevilla?

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Monaco's young guns show Europe's elite how it's done in UCL again

Pep Guardiola loses for the first time in the Round of 16 as Manchester City limp out of the Champions League at the hands of Monaco.
BT Sport highlight: Monaco's attacking prowess was in full effect while Man City fizzled and the Ligue 1 side advance to the quarterfinals.
Leonardo Jardim has insisted the his side deserved to qualify after their 3-1 (6-6 agg) win over Manchester City.
Pep Guardiola was critical of his side's first half performance in their 3-1 loss to Monaco, eliminating them from Europe.
Relive the top moments from Wednesday's UCL matches as the last two tickets to the Champions League quarters were punched.
The FC panel react to Monaco's surprising 3-1 win over Man City, which secured their place in the UCL quarterfinals

And the run continues... For the fifth time in a row, Monaco have knocked out an English club in a European competition.

After Newcastle United (1997), Manchester United (1998), Chelsea (2004) and Arsenal (2015), it was Manchester City's turn to be eliminated on Wednesday at the Stade Louis II. And let's not forget that Tottenham Hotspur were also beaten twice in the group stages by the team from the Principality.

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City were left bruised by this incredible young side, the best offensive armada in...

What's next for Sevilla after Tuesday's shock Champions League elimination?

A penalty save from Kasper Schmeichel helped send Leicester through, while Juve saw off Porto to advance to the UCL quarters.
BT Sport highlight: Leicester City managed to secure a place into the Quarter Finals of the UEFA Champions League.
Leicester City got their goals and snuffed out Sevilla's attack in dramatic fashion as the England champions move on to the quarterfinals.
Craig Burley and Alejandro Moreno discuss Jamie Vardy against Sevilla and the changing narrative to Leicester City.

When they reconvene at the training ground following their return trip from England, Sevilla's players and coaching staff may very well take a moment to stop and look at one another and wonder just how they contrived to eliminate themselves from this year's Champions League with a 2-0 defeat (3-2 on aggregate) at Leicester City on Tuesday.

Because while Leicester deserve plaudits for doing their thing, defending stoutly and taking full advantage of their opportunities when they arose, it was Sevilla...

 By Rob Train

Sergio Ramos bails Real Madrid out after the 'BBC' goes missing

The crew discuss whether or not the referees had an agenda against Arsenal and if Ronaldo or Ramos is more influential for Real.

Real Madrid made hard work of it, but are through to the Champions League quarterfinals thanks to a 3-1 win over Napoli on Tuesday night.

The hosts were hugely superior in a high-tempo first half and scythed Real open with a clever ball from Marek Hamsik for Dries Mertens to fire past Keylor Navas and take a 1-0 lead into the break.

As is so often the case, Sergio Ramos rescued his side with two strikes -- although one might have been an own goal -- in six minutes early in the second half to suck...

Champs League loss to Atleti exposes Bayer Leverkusen's deficiencies

Bayer 04 Leverkusen's defeat at home to Atletico Madrid on Tuesday night came down to a difference in size, as well as two goals. The Spanish visitors proved eine Nummer zu gross, as they say in Germany -- one size too big.

On another night, the home side could have scored a goal more, get a penalty (Javier Hernandez had a decent claim for an elbow in the face), defended less amateurishly. But for all the good work Roger Schmidt's young side (their average age is below 24) did with the ball, for...

 By Mark Lovell

Thiago, Arjen Robben help Bayern teach Arsenal another harsh lesson

The FC crew question just how good Bayern Munich can be and if their big win over Arsenal has made them UCL favourites.

Bayern Munich emphatically swept aside perennial whipping boys Arsenal 5-1 to seal a 16th successive Champions League home win.

Arjen Robben's stunning 11th-minute opener was cancelled out by Alexis Sanchez's equaliser on the half hour. But buoyant Bayern took command after the break after Arsenal visibly wilted after losing their captain, Laurent Koscielny, to injury.

Two goals from Thiago and a goal apiece from Robert Lewandowski and substitute Thomas Muller mean Bayern already have one foot in...

Is this Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger's last shot at Champions League glory?

Alison Bender and Don Hutchison get in the Bavarian spirit ahead Bayern Munich vs Arsenal.

Arsene Wenger will take charge of his 177th Champions League match when Arsenal face Bayern Munich in the Allianz Arena on Wednesday, painfully aware that the 178th may well turn out to be his last.

The Arsenal manager might yet stay on at the Emirates beyond the end of this season, taking his reign past the 21-year mark, but the old certainty of the North London giants securing Champions League football -- regardless of their performance in the competition itself -- is no longer quite so secure...