Paris Saint-Germain, Bayern München and two-time winners Wolfsburg all wrapped up comfortable aggregate victories to fill the final three quarter-final slots on Thursday.
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- Two-time winners Wolfsburg see off Eskilstuna to reach last eight
- Paris put four past BIIK-Kazygurt to sail into the next round
- Bayern beat Rossiyanka in style to get to quarters for first time
- Draw for quarters and beyond streamed live from Nyon on 25 November
- Road to Cardiff: calendar
Quarter-finalists: Barcelona (ESP), Bayern München (GER), Fortuna Hjørring (DEN), Lyon (FRA, holders), Manchester City (ENG), Paris Saint-Germain (FRA), Rosengård (SWE), Wolfsburg (GER)
Paris Saint-Germain 4-1 BIIK-Kazygurt (agg: 7-1)
Twenty-one-year-old Ouleymata Sarr struck twice, with Shirley Cruz Traña and Marie-Laure Delie also on the mark, as Paris cruised to victory in the French capital. BIIK, the first Kazakhstani team to get to the last 16, will be in the 2017/18 edition as national champions.
Rossiyanka 0-4 Bayern München (agg: 0-8)
Bayern reached the quarter-finals for the first time with the help of two goals from Vivianne Miedema, who struck either side of Kseniya Kovalenko's 48th-minute dismissal to take her tally to seven in the competition this season. Sara Däbritz and captain Nora Holstad Berge – in added time – rubber-stamped an emphatic win.
Wolfsburg 3-0 Eskilstuna United (agg: 8-1)
Anja Mittag's wait for her 50th UEFA women's club competition goal goes on, Wolfsburg prevailing on this occasion thanks to efforts from Lara Dickenmann, Zsanett Jakabfi and Vanessa Bernauer. Debutants Eskilstuna will not be back next year after finishing outside the top two in Sweden.
Reporters: Harry Jurkschat, Aurélien Sagnier & Igor Sturov