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  • Kasper Schmeichel saves Joaquin Correa penalty.
  • Pablo Sarabia heads Sevilla ahead after 25 minutes.
  • Correa doubles lead after the hour mark.
  • Jamie Vardy pulls one back for the Foxes.
  • Marko Pjaca scores first Champions League to put Juventus ahead in Portugal.
  • Porto midfielder Alex Telles sent off in the first half.

Champions League last 16 results [7:45pm kick-off]

Sevilla 2-1 Leicester

Porto 0-2 Juventus

Well that is all we have time for on this Champions League live text. We're back tomorrow with live coverage of Tottenham's attempts to reach the Europa League last 16 tomorrow, when they face Gent hoping to overturned a one-goal deficit.

But until next time, it's goodbye.

Meanwhile in Portugal, Juventus eased to victory over an ill-disciplined Porto side. Two second half goals came after Alex Telles was dismissed in the first half. The numerical advantage eventually told and the Old Lady have one foot in the last eight.

What a stunning result for Leicester! Jamie Vardy's first goal of the year sees them go toe-to-toe with Sevilla and come out with a respectable result. The Spanish outfit dominated for long periods but couldn't put the visitors away. What could that do for Claudio Ranieri's side?

Full time: Sevilla 2-1 Leicester

Full time: Porto 0-2 Juventus

Adil Rami hits the crossbar with a flying header. Schmeichel beaten but Leicester survive. Can they hold on to this fantastic result? Sevilla pressing as we approach stoppage time.

Juventus should have put the tie to bed as Khedira shaves the post with a streched shot after some nice interplay. Porto hanging on with 10 men.

For those that have missed it, here is Jamie Vardy's first ever Champions League goal.

Marko Pjaca breaks the deadlock for Juventus.

Marko Pjaca
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Jamie Vardy's first goal of 2017 gives Leicester hope.

Jamie Vardy
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GOAL! Porto 0-2 Juventus (Dani Alves)

Two goals in as many minutes have put the Old Lady in charge in this tie. After substitute Pjaca hammers home from range, another replacement Alves toe-pokes beyond Casillas.

GOAL! Sevilla 2-1 Leicester (Jamie Vardy)

What could this goal do for Leicester's season? They haven't gone away since going two behind and they have a crucial away goal. Drinkwater crosses and despite pressure from Rico, he finds the roof of the net from six yards. An away goal and suddenly this tie is turned on its head.

GOAL! Porto 0-1 Juventus (Marko Pjaca)

GOAL! Sevilla 2-0 Leicester (Joaquin Correa)

Leicester have committed plenty at the start of his second half but they are undone by a bit of quality. Jovetic beats Morgan to the long bouncing ball, and produced a delicious flick around the corner where Correa is waiting and he makes no mistake, planting the ball high beyond Schmeichel.

Danny Drinkwater with Leicester's best opening as the ball deflects behind for a corner from his goal-bound shot. Jamie Vardy thought it was it, and had begun celebrating. Good comeback from Leicester.

Better from Leicester in this second half, with an ounce of pressure on the Sevilla goal. The longer this stays at 1-0 the longer the Foxes will grow in belief. Demarai Gray on for the visitors. Could they claim an away goal?

Ball in the net for Juventus as Pablo Dybala fires home but he is in an offside position. More like from the visitors, whose dominance has not been matched with chances.

Alex Telles' red card for Porto has swung the tie in Juventus' favour.

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Back underway in the Champions League. More goals please. Two really one-sided halves.

Half time: Porto 0-0 Juventus

The whistle goes in Portugal and the home faith are far from happy after a first half which has seen them lose Alex Telles to a needless red card. Juventus have been much the better since gained the numerical advantage, but Sami Khedira's wayward header is the closest they've come.

Half time: Sevilla 1-0 Leicester

If you look really, really hard there are some positives buried in that first half for Leicester. But my goodness you have to look hard. Sevilla have totally dominated the game and lead through Pablo Sarabia, after Joaquin Correa's penalty was saved. The hosts have had 80% possession and Leicester have looked every bit a club in crisis.

Leicester are being totally overwhelmed and Sevilla are testing Kasper Schmeichel at every available opportunity. Now he saves from range for a second time in this game, as Corres is denied again.

Pablo Sarabia puts Sevilla ahead,

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Red card: Alex Telles (FC Porto)

Remarkable scenes in Portugal where the hosts are down to 10-men. Telles has just been booked and he slides in with a needless challenge and is rightly shown a second yellow, which sees him dismissed. Porto's players surround referee Felix Brych but there can be little argument.

GOAL! Sevilla 1-0 Leicester (Pablo Sarabia)

The goal has been inevitable since kick-off and it comes after just 25 minutes. A cross from the left evades Christian Fuchs, and Sarabia arrives on cue to head past Schmeichel.

Sevilla's penalty miss has done nothing to diminish their dominance and Schmeichel has to be on hand again to ensure Leicester don't go behind, as Escudero's drive is kept out.

Riyad Mahrez returns for Leicester. Can he inspire the champions?

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Wes Morgan gives away a horror penalty as he takes down Correa as Leicester fail to clear a ball into the box. Correa is the man to take the spot kick, and he's forced to wait, a delay which proves pivotal and Schmeichel guesses right and saves low. Could that be the catalyst?

Penalty to Sevilla

Porto have started much the better at the Estádio do Dragão and almost take a stunning lead when Chiellini's clearance only finds Ruben Neves 25 yards out from his goal, but his shot on the half volley flies over.

Sevilla are straight into the ascendancy and they almost test Kasper Schmeichel inadvertently when Pablo Sarabia's cross is overhit and it almost catches out the Leicester 'keeper, landing on the roof of the net.

Under in Spain and in Portugal. Updates on both goals and on all the goals [hopefully] as they go in throughout the night.

Approaching kick-off in our two final last 16 first leg ties. So far it is advantage PSG, Benfica, Real Madrid, Bayern Munich, Atletico Madrid and Manchester City. Which of Sevilla and Leicester, and Porto and Juventus can put one foot in the quarter-finals? We're about to find out.

Sevilla are defined by their manager Jorge Sampaoli, who could be moving to Barcelona next season if Luis Enrique does not agree a new contract. The Chilean is an in-your-face coach and encouraging a pressing game which attempts to squeeze the opposition for space before they go in for the kill. They ended that record-breaking run of Real Madrid's earlier in the season and they should not be underestimated, even if they can't rival the history of the current La Liga top two.

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Leicester's players in good spirits as they arrive ahead of kick-off.

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Bettering Arsenal's result against Bayern Munich might be among the aims for Leicester tonight, but frankly the priority has to be trying to breathe new life into their season. The Foxes have produced a woeful defence of their title in England, while in Europe they qualified top of their group with four wins. That has not helped later their domestic form but could an improved display tonight be the catalyst for a decent final third of the campaign? Claudio Ranieri desperately needs some inspiration in Sevilla.

The Champions League is not the only European football taking place this evening. There is an early dose of the Europa League action with Saint-Etienne hosting Manchester United. Jose Mourinho's side led 3-0 from the first leg, and you can go here to find out how they got on protecting that lead.

Three changes for sevilla from their weekend win over Eibar, which kept them in the La Liga title race. Gabriel Mercado, Franco Vazquez and Wissam Ben Yedder all come in. Former Manchester City players Samir Nasri and Stevan Jovetic both start.

Sevilla: Sevilla: Rico - Escudero, Lenglet, Rami - Sarabia, N'Zonzi, Ferreira, Nasri, Vitolo - Correa, Jovetić

Ten changes for Leicester as they embark on their first ever Champions League knock-out tie. Only Ahmed Musa is retained from the 1-0 loss to Millwall. Riyad Mahrez and Wes Morgan among those to return.

Teams are in...

Porto have no injury problems as they host Juventus in Portugal.

Juventus are without Leonardo Bonucci after he rowed with manager Massimiliano Allegri after the win over Palermo. Fellow defenders Andrea Barzagli and Giorgio Chiellini are also doubtful.

Teams should be with us in around 20 minutes or so, but how will our sides line-up tonight?

Sevilla are without the suspended Gabriel Mercado and the injured Nicolas Pareja but are otherwise full strength.

Leicester are missing record signing Islam Slimani, with Shinji Okazaki set to partner Jamie Vardy in attack.

Whatever the outcome of Leicester City's attempts to fight off relegation from the Premier League, many might look back at tonight as a crucial moment in their season. Now out of the FA Cup, the Champions League is the only distraction facing Claudio Ranieri's side, but could it be a welcome one?

If the Foxes can produce a performance of some credence, not least come away with an encouraging result, it could have a galvanizing affect on the rest of their season. It can't, after all, get much worse for the English champions.

The task of adding some respectability to their season comes in the form of Sevilla, who are enjoying a stunning campaign. Into the last 16 for the first time since 2010, their Europa League crown may have gone but Jorge Sampaoli won't worry one iota. His side's surprising La Liga title bid means they should be taken every bit as seriously as any of their counterparts from Spain.

In tonight's other game FC Porto host Juventus in a clash between Iker Casillas - the most experienced player in this competition - and Gianluigi Buffon who too has a century of appearances at this level. All the team news, build-up and updates on the way.