- Manchester City knocked out of Champions League by Monaco on away goals.
- Mbappe fired Monaco in front with a close-range tap in after eight minutes.
- Fabinho doubled the hosts' advantage, guiding in Mendy's sublime cross.
- Sane halved the deficit and swung the tie back in City's favour but Bakayoko swiftly responded for Leonardo Jardim's men.
- Atletico Madrid are through to the last eight after drawing 0-0 with Bayer Leverkusen.
Full-time: Monaco 3-1 Manchester City
Manchester City are OUT of the Champions League. The Citizens lost out on away goals to Monaco, who rode their luck at times, especially in the second half, but deserved to go through.
Goals from Kylian Mbappe and Fabinho swung the tie in Monaco's favour in the first half. City were dreadful in the opening stages and while they did improve after the break and hit back with Leroy Sane, they were pegged back in naive fashion by Bakayoko.
Guardiola has missed out on the semi-finals of the Champions League for the first time in his managerial career, but he can have no complaints. City were made to pay for their woeful first-half display and will have to pick themselves up quickly ahead of their crucial Premier League clash against Liverpool.
That brings to an end our coverage. Have a lovely evening.
Dirar makes way for Germain as Jardim rolls the dice for a final time. City have just three minutes of stoppage time to save themselves
Monaco are trying to shut the game down and win niggly fouls. Silva tries to switch the play but his pass is cut out by Moutinho.
After all the attacking play this match-up has given us, City look to be going out with a bit of a whimper.
City pressing to swing the tie in their favour but Monaco are defending stoutly. Iheanacho replaces Clichy as Guardiola goes for the jugular. Not long left to go.
Monaco make a change as Kylian Mbappe, who has been ineffective in the second half, makes way for the experienced Joao Moutinho.
Lemar's excellent delivery finds Bakayoko, who heads the ball excellently past Caballero from the penalty spot. City have been made to pay for their profligacy and their silly high line which allowed Lemar to whip in a delicious ball. Strap yourselves in, folks, the last 12 minutes will be very interesting.
GOAL! Monaco 3-1 Manchester City (Bakayoko)
De Bruyne risks a second yellow with a clumsy challenge on Fabinho. Monaco starting to assert themselves for the first time in the second half.
Sterling has been booked for a cynical foul on Sterling. If City progress, he will miss the first leg of the quarter-final. Looked a bit harsh for me, Clive.
De Bruyne sweeps a ball out to Sterling, he drives past Mendy and stings the palms of Subasic, who can only palm the ball into the path of Sane, who fires the ball into the roof of the net from close range. 2-1, City going through as it stands.
GOAL! Monaco 2-1 Manchester City (Sane)
Aguero causing problems once again but Subasic is out to save the day. Monaco make an enforced change as the injured Raggi is replaced by 20-year-old Almamy Traore.
20 minutes to go.
Huge gaps appearing in Monaco's defence now. Silva manages to exploit those gaps and finds the onrushing Sane, who fails to capitalise on Subasic's rash decision to come out and places the ball into the side netting.
Aguero misses another golden oppoirtunity! Silva is set free by Fernandinho and manages to nip away from Raggi and tee up Aguero, but his effort is blocked by Subasic.
Another big, big chance wasted by Aguero.
Fernandinho and De Bruyne constantly trying to set Sterling free over the top but are not reaping rewards as of yet. All Manchester City this half, Monaco have caved in a touch.
Aguero misses a huge opportunity after some simply excellent work from Sane. The German glides past Raggi majestically and fires a ball at Aguero, who can't direct it between the sticks. How crucial could that prove to be?
Bakayoko has been cautioned for a high foot and will now miss the first leg of the quarter-final, should Monaco progress.
Raggi makes his second vital interception of the match as he cuts out Sterling's pass to Aguero. The Argentine was set to pull the trigger but in truth he was let down by the ball fed to him by Sterling.
De Bruyne has just picked up a yellow card for inhibiting Fabinho as he drove forward.
Silva almost latches on to Clichy's deft pass but Subasic is out in a flash to quell any danger. The Croatian picked up a knock for his troubles but should be fine to carry on.
Better from City, this.
City have been afforded more space by Monaco in this second half but they aren't really testing the hosts. Fernandinho tries to dart through but is blocked off by the wondrous Fabinho.
Teams are back out and we are ready for the second half. City have 45 minutes to save their European dream.
Make of that what you will.
At the Vicente Calderon it's 0-0 between Atletico Madrid and Bayer Leverkusen.
Simeone's men coasting through to the last eight, it seems.
Half-time: Monaco 2-0 Manchester City
Sublime from Monaco, woeful from Manchester City. The hosts have had all the chances and deservedly lead thanks to goals from Kylian Mbappe and Fabinho, who has strolled about like a classy goliath in the centre of midfield.
Guardiola's men have been second best in all areas and are yet to have a shot. So much for the spellbinding end-to-end excitement of the first leg, it's been one-way traffic at the Stade Louis II.
City have work to do, their Champions League dream is teetering on the edge.