- Champions League last-16 second-leg ties
Full-time: Barcelona 3-1 Arsenal (5-1 on aggregate)
Full-time: Bayern Munich 4-2 Juventus (6-4 on aggregate)
That is all from us for now, but we will be back tomorrow night to bring you live coverage of a Europa League double-header as Tottenham look to reverse a 3-0 deficit against Borussia Dortmund at White Hart Lane and Manchester United welcome rivals Liverpool to Old Trafford.
Until then, goodnight.
Here is your lineup for the quarter-finals of the 2015-16 Champions League:
The draw for the next round is due to take place in Nyon, Switzerland at 11.00 GMT on Friday 18 March. We will bring you live coverage of that right here on IBTimes UK.
No need for penalties in the end as Bayern leave it late to book their place in the last eight of the Champions League for the 15th time in their illustrious history. Juventus were extremely good early on, pressing high and relying on the likes of Morata to force defensive mistakes.
Guardiola's side took control late on, however, and probably deserved to go through on the balance of play. Both legs of this tie were hugely entertaining, it must be said.
End of extra-time
Bayern Munich 4-2 Juventus (6-4 on aggregate)
Juventus are out of the Champions League
Another great opportunity for Juventus to reduce the arrears is spurned as Neuer saves Bonucci's header. One minuted of added time to play.
How have Juventus not scored there? Pogba lays it on a plate with a cross for Mandzukic, but his close-range effort is parried by Neuer and Sturaro somehow blasts the rebound into row z.
Feelings have been running high all night between these two sides. Sturaro and Bernat are both booked for squaring up to each other after a rather innocuous foul.
And that, as they say, is that.
After a rare Juventus attack breaks down, Vidal passes to Coman and theJuventus loanee sprints forward into acres of space before cutting inside Bonucci and punishing his parent club with a wicked curled shot that flies past Buffon and in.
Goal: Bayern Munich 4-2 Juventus (Kingsley Coman)
My word how the momentum has swung during the two legs of this captivating tie. From 2-0 down, Bayern hit back to take the lead. Costa's cross is headed away by Evra but only as far as Thiago, who exchanges passes with Muller before slotting under Buffon.
Is that the decisive goal?
Goal: Bayern Munich 3-2 Juventus (Thiago Alcantara)
The final 15 minutes have begun. Can either of these teams find a winner or are we destined for the lottery of a penalty shoot-out?
Half-time in extra-time
Bayern Munich 2-2 Juventus (4-4 on aggregate)
Pereyra is fouled by Vidal on the near side and the fourth official signals one minute of added time.
Pereyra into the book now. That is the ninth yellow card of the evening so far and Juve's sixth.
They nearly have another as Bonucci reacts passionately to a push from Lewandowski.
That proves to be Ribery's last contribution, with the Frenchman now replaced by Thiago. Many will be surprised that it has taken this long for Guardiola to call upon his compatriot.
A bit of Argentina-Brazil rivalry as Roberto Pereyra and Costa exchange a few angry words.
Lewandowski tries to make room for a shot that is blocked. Ribery then attempts to glide his way through the Juve defence but is crowded out by Buffon.
Muller draws the ire of Bonucci for nearly stepping on the veteran goalkeeper.
Buffon is called into action once more to repel Ribery's cross. You sense this might be a long 30 minutes for Juventus, who have lost their spark on the counter.
Costa is never a player to lack confidence and his ambitious long-range shot skids along the turf before being scooped up by Buffon.
Good link-up play from substitute Mandzukic, who sets up Lichtsteiner for a left-footed effort that is held by Neuer.
How Allegri must wish that he had not taken off the dangerous Morata now.
After two quick team talks from Guardiola and Massimiliano Allegri, the first period of extra-time is underway.
There were no goals between Atletico and PSV at this stage last night, with the La Liga outfit eventually progressing 8-7 from the spot.
A predictable finish to events at the Nou Camp, where Barcelona cruise through to the quarter-finals and keep their unbeaten streak very much alive courtesy of some memorable goals.
That is not an end to his blog however, as we are set for 30 more minutes and possibly even penalties between Bayern and Juventus.
Can the Italians bounce back from that late, late equaliser?
End of 90 minutes
Bayern Munich 2-2 Juventus (4-4 on aggregate)
Barcelona 3-1 Arsenal (5-1 on aggregate)
Arsenal are out of the Champions League