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    • Leicester City reach Champions League quarter-finals for the first time.
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Champions League last 16 second leg

Leicester City (3) 2-0 (2) Sevilla

Juventus (3) 1-0 (0) FC Porto

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.

Kasper Schmeichel
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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.

Marc Albrighton
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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.

Paulo Dybala
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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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Half time: Juventus 1-0 Porto

We've also reached the break in Turin where hosts Juventus can start preparing for the quarter-finals as they led 3-0 on aggregate against Porto. Paulo Dybala has increased the Old Lady's lead and it will take a comeback of Barcelona-esq proportions to see Porto reach the last eight.

Half-time: Leicester 1-0 Sevilla

History beckons for Leicester as they lead at half-time, a score which would be good enough to send them through to the quarter-finals. Sevilla have offered little in truth and must score to remain in the competition.

GOAL! Juventus 1-0 Porto (Paulo Dybala)

Sevilla have made something of a comeback in this game, but it is hardly one-way traffic from the La Liga side. Leicester going through as things stand, on away goals, but another goal in this tie could change everything.

GOAL! Leicester 1-0 Sevilla (Wes Morgan)

Lift-off for the champions. Leicester on course for the quarter-finals as Mahrez's free-kick beats everyone except Wes Morgan, who bundles the ball into the net.


Tottenham striker Harry Kane suffers ankle ligament damage but not expected to miss the rest of the season. More to follow.

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Jamie Vardy challenges for the ball with Adil Rami.

Jamie Vardy
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First yellow card of the night comes for Samir Nasri, who fouls Ndidi with a needless challenge. Must admit, Ndidi himself was fortunate not to be booked earlier for conceding that free-kick.

Sevilla free-kick in a dangerous position. Nasri passes up the chance to allow Rami to strike, but the defender hammers it over. His run of no goals in 30 appearances this season continues. Unsurprisingly.

Danny Drinkwater scored a stunning against Liverpool and he almost repeated it. A half-cleared long-throw falls the way of the England midfielder but he only pokes at the ball and it goes wildly off target and behind for another corner.

Porto far from allowing Juve to have things all their way. Brahimi plays a teasing ball towards Soares, but he can't latch onto the ball. The Brazilian has another chance to threaten, but his effort from range finds Buffon.

Four minutes in and Sevilla already into their stride and they almost go ahead. Nasri wrong-foots Nasri and the Frenchman's near-post shot is beaten away by Schmeichel.

The sight which has met Sevilla tonight.

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Underway in Leicester and Turin - two contrasting cathedrals of European football. Big night ahead.

White and blue flags in the hands of every Leicester fan at the King Power. Great sight in the ground as both sets of players take to the field.

So will tonight be another miracle from Leicester or a case of another disappointment? Their league form has improve of late, so why can't it be another night to remember at the King Power?

For those of you who like an infographic of the line-ups, here is your fix.

Tonight's starting XI: Schmeichel, Simpson, Huth, Morgan (c), Fuchs, Albrighton, Ndidi, Drinkwater, Mahrez, Okazaki, Vardy. #LeiSev

— Leicester City (@LCFC) March 14, 2017

ONCE del #SevillaFC en la vuelta de 1/8 de @ChampionsLeague ante el @LCFC #vamosmisevilla #NuestroDiaHaLlegado

— Sevilla Fútbol Club (@SevillaFC) March 14, 2017

There is of course another tie going on tonight in Turin, where Juventus are expected to sweep aside perennial Champions League knock-out specialists Porto. Marko Pjaca and Daniel Alves' goals helped beat the Portuguese club three weeks ago, with Alex Telles' red card turning the contest the way of the visitors.

Leicester soaked up ample pressure during the first leg three weeks ago, with Jamie Vardy's goal eventually sending them into the second game as marginal favourites to progress. Jorge Sampaoli has since had a troublesome few weeks at the helm, having been constantly linked with a move to Barcelona while his side have won just once since the clash with the Premier League champions as their title bid has faded. They could not be at a lower ebb.

Jorge Sampaoli
Sampaoli has developed a distinctive management style at Sevilla. Getty Images

Leicester unchanged from the win over Hull as expected.

Sevilla leave out Stevan Jovetic, with Ben Yedder leading the attack.

Teams in from the King Power Stadium.....

If could have told Craig Shakespeare that he'd be a Premier League champion, an England coach for barely two months and manage his first game as a permanent manager in the Champions League, he'd probably have had you sectioned. But tonight his whirlwind year takes another bizarre turn. He couldn't become a Champions League quarter-finalists could he?

Craig Shakespeare
Shakespeare has won both of his games since being placed in caretaker charge. Getty Images

Teams should be with us in around 15 minutes, but how might the teams at the King Power line up tonight?

Nampalys Mendy is the only player missing for the hosts, after he suffered a knee injury in training. Leicester are expected to be unchanged from the weekend.

Sevilla could welcome back Carlos Fernandez Luna from injury but Benoit Tremoulinas and Michael Krohn-Dehli are suspended.

Should whet your appetite.

Forgive the absence of a meaningless Williams Shakespeare quote plucked from a few minutes of aimless googling in an effort to make myself look clever ahead of tonight's live blog. But yes, I have read bloody Macbeth, Hamlet and all the rest. But evenings such as these do not deserve references to a soliloquy nor any hopless rhetoric; Leicester City stand on the brink of history.

With Craig Shakespeare now in permanent charge since Claudio Ranieri's sacking, the Foxes are two from two under the Italian's former assistant and just a 1-0 win away from taking a historic step into the Champions League last eight, where the likes of Arsenal, Paris Saint-Germain and Napoil have already failed to reach.

Sevilla dominated the first leg but must protect a wafer-thin lead at the King Power Stadium to ensure they continue Spain's dominance at this stage of the competition. Jorge Sampaoli has been distracted by links with the Barcelona job in recent weeks; with two straight draws all-but ending their unlikely La Liga title bid.

Elsewhere, Juventus will look to put the squeeze on FC Porto having scored two away goals in Portugal three weeks ago. Two custodians of the game Gianluigi Buffon and Iker Casillas go head-to-head again, and perhaps for the final time.

All the updates and team news ahead of the 7:45pm kick-offs on the way. Remember, we play to a finish tonight so extra time and penalties may be required. Strap in.