UEFA.com rounds up the UEFA Champions League week, one where goals for Luis Suárez and Álvaro Morata, as well as victories for Bayer 04 Leverkusen and AS Monaco FC made the headlines.
Liverpool's Istanbul miracle
As Liverpool FC return to the Atatürk Olimpiyat Stadium, see how they beat AC Milan in Istanbul in one of the greatest UEFA Champions League finals of all time.
Watch great Barcelona goals
My first memory: Arjen Robben
Hero of FC Bayern München’s triumph in 2013, Dutch international Arjen Robben reveals why glory for AFC Ajax in 1995 was his first special memory of watching the competition.
Fabinho delight at Monaco away goals
AS Monaco FC's Fabinho told UEFA.com that scoring three away goals against Arsenal FC gives them a great chance of making the last-eight but that they must still "remain calm".
Leverkusen joy after Atlético win
Scorer of the goal that gave Bayer 04 Leverkusen the edge after the first leg of their tie against Club Atlético de Madrid, Hakan Çalhanoğlu, told UEFA.com that his side showed that they are a "strong team" which can compete with anyone.
Welbeck: First goal was crucial
Following his side's 3-1 defeat against AS Monaco FC, Danny Welbeck admitted that "the first goal played a massive part in the game".
Legendary Moments: Liverpool 2005
Andriy Shevchenko talks candidly about his memories of losing the 2005 final with AC Milan against Liverpool. The English side’s comeback is one of UEFA.com’s Legendary Moments. What’s your favourite? Watch and have your say at http://en.legendarymoments.uefa.com/
Moutinho bullish on Monaco hopes
AS Monaco FC’s João Moutinho tells UEFA.com how much it would mean to add a UEFA Champions League winners’ medal to the UEFA Europa League one he won with FC Porto, and how he feels his current club “have the ambition” to overcome Arsenal FC.
Suárez 'motivated' by England return
After scoring twice against Manchester City FC, Luis Suárez told UEFA.com that returning to England for the first time since leaving Liverpool FC gave him extra motivation.
City's Kompany downbeat
Following their 2-1 first-leg defeat against FC Barcelona, Manchester City FC captain Vincent Kompany told UEFA.com "the way we played in the first half just wasn't us".
Klopp: 'It's not easy but it's possible'
Jürgen Klopp told UEFA.com that "at 2-1 we are still in the race" after the first leg of Borussia Dortmund's round of 16 tie against Juventus.
Hart still retains City hope
After saving a last-minute penalty from Lionel Messi, Manchester City FC goalkeeper Joe Hart says that despite the fact that FC Barcelona were "sharp" he still thinks the English side can get a result at Camp Nou.
My first memories: Mats Hummels
Borussia Dortmund defender Mats Hummels talks about his first childhood memories of the competition, watching his current club become champions of Europe in 1997.
Classic match: United's last-gasp glory
Sir Alex Ferguson and Peter Schmeichel recall Manchester United FC's dramatic UEFA Champions League final success in 1999 against FC Bayern München at Camp Nou.