• Wes Morgan puts Foxes ahead from Riyad Mahrez free-kick.
    • Marc Albrighton smashes home second after 55 minutes.
    • Samir Nasri sent off for head-butt on Jamie Vardy.
    • Kasper Schmeichel saves Steven Nzonzi penalty.
    • Leicester City reach Champions League quarter-finals for the first time.
    • Juventus beat Porto in other last 16 second leg tie in Turin.
    • Paulo Dybala penalty puts Juventus ahead on the night.
    • Porto down to 10 men after Maxi Pereira red card.
Leicester City manager Craig Shakespeare says Foxes could be the 'surprise team' in Champions League Hayters

The Premier League will have representation in the last eight in the form of the champions Leicester. They go into the hat with the big guns on Friday, when the likes of Barcelona and Real Madrid lie in wait.

Tomorrow Manchester City attempt to join Leicester in the quarter-finals when they face Monaco, while Atletico Madrid take on Bayer Leverkusen. We're back then for live coverage of both games, but until next time it's goodbye.


Full time: Juventus 1-0 Porto


Bayern Munich, Real Madrid, Dortmund, Barcelona, Juventus......and now Leicester City. Who would believe it.



Full time: Leicester 2-0 Sevilla

Leicester have done it. How they have done it might frustrate many but the Premier League champions are into the quarter-finals with Europe's big guns. Ten-man Sevilla were never really at the races and once Kasper Schmeichel saves Steven Nzonzi's penalty you feared their chance had gone.

Wes Morgan and Marc Albrighton did the business in either half, with Samir Nasri's red card for a 'head-butt' on Jamie Vardy the major flashpoint, coming just as the La Liga side were turning the screw.


Four added minutes at the King Power Stadium. Stunning game so far. Will it have a dramatic conclusion?


Kasper Schmeichel saves Steven Nzonzi's penalty.

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Jamie Vardy has the chance to put Leicester through but he skies his effort from 12 yards. Can Sevilla take heart from that? Huge chance goes begging.


The main flashpoint of the game as Jamie Vardy reacts to being confronted by Samir Nasri.

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The drama is relentless here. Eight minutes left and now Jorge Sampaoli is sent to the stands for complaining to the referee. What more is left?



Drama at the King Power. Schmeichel fouls Andre ans the referee points to the spot. Sevilla have missed their last three spot kicks, and make that four as Schmeichel saves from Steven Nzonzi. What a tie this is. Eleven minutes left.


RED CARD: Samir Nasri (Sevilla)

Major flashpoint which has turned this tie once against. Samir Nasri goes head-to-head with Jamie Vardy and the England striker alleges that he has been head-butted. Replays suggest the contact was minimal but referee reaches into his pocket and shows the Frenchman a red. Sevilla, chasing a goal to force extra time, now down to 10 men.


Christian Fuchs epitomises Leicester's work rate tonight, forcing Vitolo down a blind alley and his cross goes out of play. Into the final 20 minutes and Sevilla are pushing for this goal which would force extra time.


Albrighton celebrates putting Leicester two to the good.

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Was that the chance to win it! Jamie Vardy has time and space to measure a volley from eight yards out, with Rico floored, but he shanks it and it goes behind. Will Leicester live to regret that miss?


Okazaki off, Slimani on for Leicester. Bit of a curious change from Shakespeare, but who would argue with him after the run he is on.


Watch Marc Albrighton put Leicester 2-0 up here


GOAL! Leicester 2-0 Sevilla (Marc Albrighton)

For all the title-winning moments of last season, this is going someway to beating that. Leicester survive Sevilla hitting the crossbar by doubling their lead as Albrighton brings down a poor header and smashes it into the corner beyond Rico.


Leicester's lead almost evaporates. Escudero unleashes a fine effort from 30 yards which bounces off the cross, beating Kasper Schmeichel all ends up. Wissam Ben Yedder thunders the follow-up effort over.


Paulo Dybala celebrates putting Juve three-up in the tie.

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No had extra time in the Champions League so far this season, and as things stand we won't have any tonight either.

I've jinxed it haven't I?


Nice stat to kick-off the second half.


Ferreira and Jovetic on for Sevilla who are out early at the start of this second half. Fancy Jorge Sampaoli had a word. Back underway.


Wes Morgan celebrates putting Leicester ahead.

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