Real Madrid recovered from two down away to Monaco to reach the quarter-finals, with CSKA Moskva – courtesy of a late penalty – and Barcelona also through.
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- Real Madrid, Barcelona and CSKA complete quarter-final line-up
- Madrid come from two down against Monaco to progress
- CSKA oust Rosenborg thanks to an 89th-minute penalty
- The other five round of 16 ties were played on Tuesday
Monaco 3-4 Real Madrid (Cardona 24pen, Mbae 33, Bongiovanni 90+4; Peeters 57 90, Sergio Díaz 67pen, Dani Gómez 71)
The hosts went two in front through Ivan Cardona's spot kick and Safwan Mbae's close-range finish, but Mink Peeters halved Madrid's arrears just before the hour. Sergio Díaz drew the visitors level, then Dani Gómez quickly completed the turnaround. Peeters subsequently added his second and Madrid's fourth despite Franchu's dismissal, with Adrien Bongiovanni's late riposte a mere consolation.
Barcelona 4-1 Borussia Dortmund (Carles Pérez 41, Ruiz 51, Seungwoo Lee 62, Mboula 68; Wanner 6)
Barcelona enjoyed a relatively trouble-free evening once they had recovered from the shock of Dominik Wanner's early opener, eventually cantering to victory.
CSKA Moskva 2-1 Rosenborg (Zhamaletdinov 29, Pukhov 89pen; Vinje 36pen)
Timur Pukhov's late penalty was decisive in securing CSKA a quarter-final date with Benfica. The midfielder converted after Rosenborg keeper Julian Faye Lund fouled substitute Dmitrii Merenchukov. Earlier, Timur Zhamaletdinov's goal was his 13th in the UEFA Youth League, putting him joint second on the all-time list.
Quarter-final ties (7/8 March)
Real Madrid (ESP) v Ajax (NED)
CSKA Moskva (RUS) v Benfica (POR)
Barcelona (ESP) v Porto (POR)
Salzburg (AUT) v Atlético Madrid (ESP)
NYON FINALS: COLOVRAY STADIUM
Semi-finals (21 April)
1. Real Madrid/Ajax v CSKA Moskva/Benfica
2. Barcelona/Porto v Salzburg/Atlético Madrid
Final (24 April)
Winner of semi-final 1 v Winner of semi-final 2