Wolfsburg 2-0 Real Madrid

Four days on from silencing the Nou Camp, Real Madrid have stuttered to a woeful defeat away in Germany. It really should have been three or perhaps four for Wolfsburg, who comfortably swatted away a toothless performance from Zinedine Zidane's side. Next Tuesday is looking very tasty indeed.


Paris Saint-Germain 2-2 Manchester City

An hugely entertaining game comes to an end. City struggled to live with PSG's vibrant attack at times, but the French club's own shortcomings at the back allowed Manuel Pellegrini's side back into the contest. Huge result for City ahead of the return leg at the Etihad Stadium next week.

Wolfsburg meanwhile have been denied a third against Real Madrid with only an outstanding reaction save to deny Max Kruse sparing his side further embarrassment,

Lucas receives a short ball from Motta on the edge of the box and goes for an ambitious effort with the outside of his boot. It sails harmlessly over. Three minutes of time added on here, looks like this will finish all square.

Another change for City as we approach the end of the 90, Wilfried Bony comes on for Silva.

City will be very happy with this if the scoreline stays the same. PSG will also travel to Manchester without the hugely influential Blaise Matuidi, who picked up a suspension this evening. Oh, so did David Luiz.

Meanwhile in Germany, Real Madrid are still trailing 2-0 to Wolfsburg and are staring down the barrel of a huge defeat.

And here is that change, De Bruyne is replaced by Delph with just over 10 minutes of this contest remaining. Adrian Rabiot is also coming off, Lucas Moura replaces him.

De Bruyne almost frees Aguero with a sublime through ball but Luiz just about recovers in time to nick the ball away from the Argentine. That may be the Belgian's last contribution to this game, Fabian Delph is preparing to come on.

City are level! What a mess at the back that was for PSG. Sagna saunters in from the right and slides a fairly harmless ball in. Aurier leaps across but his attempt to clear bounces off Silva and into the path of Fernandinho who can roll it into the back of an empty net via a deflection.

Goal! Paris Saint-Germain 2-2 Manchester City (Fernandinho, 71)

Di Maria tries to lift a cross in from the right that is blocked by Clichy. He and the home support howl for hand ball. No chance, the ball struck the City full-back square on the shoulder.

De Bruyne sees a shot on goal saved easily by Trapp and the home side come again down the right flank with Mangala doing tremendously well to force it out for a corner. The corner comes in from Di Maria and Ibrahimovic adjusts himself brilliantly to find a header, only to be denied by the bar! Cavani tries to meet the rebound with a scissor kick, but he doesn't get the right connection.

PSG have come from behind to lead! Cavani meets a corner kick with a superb glancing header across goal where Rabiot is well placed to convert from close range at the far post. Did Ibrahimovic interfere with play there? The Swede was offside when Cavani connected with his header and certainly made a movement towards the ball that may have deceived Joe Hart. City will feel they have a case here.

Goal! Paris Saint-Germain 2-1 Manchester City (Adrien Rabiot, 58)

Silva now shows quick feet on the edge of the box to evade Thiago Silva's challenge and work room for the shot but his right footed effort is comfortably saved by Trapp.

PSG are turning the screw a bit at the moment, Luiz comes absolutely flying in to try and meet a corner but it veers away from him and City can clear.

Di Maria have been magic this evening, more sublime skill sees him drift away from his man and lift a perfect ball over the top for Cavani. He controls it brilliantly on his chest and flicks it onto Ibrahimovic across goal, but Sagna does just enough to get there first and force it wide.

Matuidi is shown a yellow card after catching the trailing foot of Otamendi. It looked accidental, but the booking stands and he too will be suspended for the second leg.

The second half starts off just as frantically, with Di Maria racing forward, luring three City players in and skipping past them all before spreading the ball wide to Aurier. He lifts the ball into Ibrahimovic but he is penalised for a shove on Otamendi.

And PSG get us back underway for the second half.


Paris Saint-Germain 1-1 Manchester City

Wolfsburg 2-0 Real Madrid

Matuidi... what was that! With the final attack of the half, the France international is slipped into acres of space down the inside left with Di Maria racing into space at the far post. Instead of clipping the ball into him, however, Matuidi smashes a cross well out of his teammate's reach and out of play.

PSG are level! What a mess from City. Hart rolls a goal kick out to Fernando on the edge of the box and the midfielder tries to casually flick it on, but Ibrahimovic is right behind him to divert it into the empty net! Bizarre goal.

Goal! Paris Saint-Germain 1-1 Manchester City (Ibrahimovic, 40)

City have the lead! Excellent work from City's midfield two as Fernando intercepts Matuidi's pass before laying it off to Fernandinho who drives forward. He has options left and right as he reaches the edge of the box and opts for De Bruyne to his right he drills past Trapp.

Goal! Paris Saint-Germain 0-1 Manchester City (Kevin de Bruyne, 37)

David Luiz drives forward into the final third and plays a one-two with Cavani but is clipped by Fernando as he receives the return ball. PSG free kick about 30 yards out.

Rubbish defending from Real, they are 2-0 down! Julian Draxler spreads the ball wide to Henrique who drills a ball back across goal. Arnold is one of three players waiting for the ball in the box, virtually unmarked, and is able to side foot home and double his side's lead.

Goal! Wolfsburg 2-0 Real Madrid (Arnold, 25)

Woeful effort from Ibrahimovic! Otamendi rushes out from the back with the ball and immediately runs into Motta. He takes the ball off him and threads an easy ball through the middle for the Swede who is wide open, one on one with Hart. It's an easy chance for him, but he thumps it clean over the bar! Huge let off for Otamendi that was suicidal defending from him.

Decent chance for City on the counter as Navas sweeps a cross in from the right into De Bruyne's path but the Belgian powers his header over the bar.

Real Madrid trail! Casemiro runs across Andre Schurrle and gives away a penalty. Ricardo Rodriguez steps up to take it and does what Ibrahimovic was unable to do a few minutes ago and score.

Goal! Wolfsburg 1-0 Real Madrid (Rodriguez, 18)

Ibrahimovic runs onto a cracking in swinging ball from Aurier that looks like it was meant for Di Maria, who was breaking in at the far post. The Swede takes control however and powers a header on goal, but it's comfortable enough for Hart.

Brilliant save from Joe Hart! Ibrahimovic drives low to his left but Hart gets a strong hand to it and pushes it away.

SAVED! Joe Hart

A brilliant cross from Di Maria causes havoc in the City box, bouncing off Mangala and into David Luiz's path. The Brazilian gets to the ball first and goes down under the challenge of Sagna and the ref points to the spot!

PENALTY - Paris Saint-Germain

Gael Clichy is now shown a yellow card, a late and clumsy challenge on Serge Aurier. Silly one, that.

PSG want a penalty! PSG are defending a corner but they break at pace through Di Maria, who is able to pick out Matuidi as he breaks into the box. Mangala just about keeps up with him and the PSG midfielder goes down inside the box under pressure from the challenge. If the referee sees this is a foul, it is a penalty and a red card for the City defender, but Mangala gets the benefit of the doubt and escapes unpunished.

Di Maria shimmies over the ball, luring Mangala in and allowing Ibrahimovic to pick up the ball in space. He tries to find the Argentine's run into the box but Mangala keeps with his man and clears.

Brilliant start from City, this. A little bit of luck frees Navas down the inside right but his cross is just about deflected out for a corner with Aguero lurking.

De Bruyne whips the free kick in but PSG clear. Moments later, the Belgian picks up the ball 30 yards out from goal and lashes one on goal, but it flies over the bar.

That's Luiz ruled out of the second leg, but before that he has to survive over 89 minutes on a booking tonight.

Within 11 seconds, Aguero slips inside Luiz on the edge of the box and is hauled down by the former Chelsea defender, who is shown a yellow card straight away!

And Man City get us underway.

Just five minutes until kick off at Parc de Princes; here is another look at those teams.

PSG: Trapp, Aurier, Thiago Silva, David Luiz, Maxwell, Rabiot, Motta, Matuidi, Di María, Ibrahimovic, Cavani

Subs: Augustin, Stambouli, Kurzawa, Marquinhos, Moura, Van der Wiel, Sirigu

Manchester City: Hart, Sagna, Otamendi, Mangala, Clichy, Fernando, Fernandinho, Navas, Silva, De Bruyne, Aguero

Subs: Hart, Sagna, Otamendi, Mangala, Clichy, Fernando, Fernandinho, Navas, Silva, De Bruyne, Aguero

Clashes between English and French sides in this competition have been very much a one-sided affair as of late. In the last three meetings between clubs either side of the channel, French teams have come out on top on each occasions. Two of those were for PSG dispatching of Chelsea, the other Monaco humbling Arsenal.

Kevin de Bruyne returned after a two-month lay-off with a bang on Saturday, getting on the score sheet and helping City to a convincing 4-0 win over Bournemouth. The Belgium international holds onto his starting role this evening.

Here is that PSG team to face City. Eliaquim Mangala and Nicolas Otamendi have their work cut out...

BREAKING: Angel di Maria returns to the PSG starting XI while Thiago Motta comes into midfield to replace Marco Verratti.

Real Madrid, fresh off that El Clasico success on Saturday, have travelled to Wolfsburg for the first leg and Zinedine Zidane has made just one change to his side, with Danilo coming in at right-back for Dani Carvajal.

Real Madrid, fresh off that El Clasico success on Saturday, have travelled to Wolfsburg for the first leg and Zinedine Zidane has made just one change to his side, with Danilo coming in at right-back for Dani Carvajal.

Here's that Man City team to face PSG.

BREAKING: Joe Hart returns in goal for Man City while Fabian Delph takes a spot on the bench. Nicolas Otamendi and Eliaquim Mangala start at the heart of defence.

Man City team to face PSG: Hart, Sagna, Otamendi, Mangala, Clichy, Fernando, Fernandinho, Navas, Silva, De Bruyne, Aguero

Subs: Caballero, Zabaleta, Demichelis, Kolarov, Delph, Bony, Iheanacho

As you probably recall, Paris Saint-Germain eliminated Chelsea for the second year running to book their place in the last eight. A 4-2 aggregate victory was enough to seal the win for Laurent Blanc's side, with Zlatan Ibrahimovic's goal at Stamford Bridge effectively securing them the tie last month.

A 3-1 win away to Dynamo Kiev in the first leg of Manchester City's quarter-final secured them their place, with a 0-0 at the Etihad Stadium two weeks later a mere formality.

Paris Saint-Germain team news

Former Manchester United star Angel di Maria was an injury scare after picking up a problem during the international break but has been past fit to start tonight. Marco Verratti's absence is a big blow, however, he remains sidelined along with Javier Pastore.

Manchester City team news

Joe Hart is back in contention after recovering from a calf injury suffered in the Premier League defeat to Manchester United in March. Yaya Toure remains sidelined with a knee injury, however, while Raheem Sterling is expected to miss out with a groin problem. Vincent Kompany also remains out, but Fabian Delph has an outside chance of featuring after training with the squad this week.

Manchester City are in unchartered territory this evening. They find themselves in a Champions League quarter-final tie for the first time in their history, having ended their last 16 hoodoo this season.

Standing in their way, however, are a side who have become experienced old heads in this stage of the competition, having reached the last eight in the last four consecutive seasons. Having already ended Chelsea's campaign in the previous round, Laurent Blanc's side are looking to send home the final English side remaining in the competition.