Full time: Barcelona (5) 2-0 (1) Paris Saint Germain
Full time: Bayern Munich (7) 6-1 (4) FC Porto
All over in tonight's two quarter-final tie but in fairness you could have said that at half time tonight. Two Neymar goals for Barcelona helped see off the challenge of a woeful Paris Saint Germain while in Germany, Bayern Munich blew away 10-man FC Porto with five first half goals before another followed in the second to cap a 6-1 win. Both go into Friday's last four draw as main contenders for the title.
Well that is all we have time for on this Champions League night. We'll be back with full coverage over the other quarter-final ties tomorrow but until then goodbye.
Full time: Bayern Munich 6-1 FC Porto
Full time: Barcelona 2-0 Paris Saint Germain
Goal: Bayern Munich (7) 6-1 (4) FC Porto (Xabi Alonso)
Bayern finish with a flourish as Alonso, from the same free-kick which Marcano conceded and led to his dismissal, curls a free-kick over the wall and beyond Fabiano.
Red card: Ivan Marcano (FC Porto)
A real case of what could have been for Porto in this final quarter of the game as they continue to dominate possession, forcing Bayern back, in the manner they should have easier in the game. A chance missed, even if Bayern were irresistible in the first half.
Lewandowski almost puts the result beyond any doubt with a sixth but fires wide. Eleven minutes remain and Porto need two goals.
Surely Porto are not about to stage an almighty comeback are they? Jackson Martinez has other ideas and and after holding off Boateng he whistles a short just wide of Neuer's goal.
Goal: Bayern Munich 5-1 FC Porto (Jackson Martinez)
A consolation or the start of an unlikely comeback. Either way Porto are on the board in Bayern as Jackson Martinez converts a far post header. Less than 15 minutes remaining to grab the remaining two goals required to progress.
Ter Stegen prevents Ibrahimovic from crowning his return to Barcelona with a good save to keep out the Sweden international. Pastore was in a much better position but he was never about to pass.
So Pepe Guardiola has ripped his trousers, presumably while celebrating at least one of Bayern's five first half goals. Celebrity spots, fashion scrutiny; this is what these second halfs are forcing upon me. It's not been great folks.
Andy Murray, the British number one tennis player, spotted in the Nou Camp crowd alongside good friend Ross Hutchins. Some honeymoon for the newlywed two-time grand slam champion.
It's a variation on fantasy football wherever you look tonight, whether it been at Bayern Munich or Barcelona. Both teams are trying to walk the ball in as we enter the final quarter of our two matches. Lionel Messi has been surprisingly quiet tonight, I wonder if he might make a contribution before the night is out.
Hard to get that excited about what remains in the games in Bavaria and Barcelona with both games resembling matches which have little in the way of legs to them, despite over half an hour in each tie remaining. Verratti should have given PSG a glimmer of hope but he drives wide from 20 yards while Bayern come close to a sixth as Xabi Alonso curls a free-kick over the bar.
Back under way at the Nou Camp and the Allianz Arena. A stroll in the park in the second halfs you feel.
What a first in the Champions League. Bayern Munich have gone from quarter-finals failures to trophy contenders in the space of 45 minutes with five, yes five, first half goals against FC Porto to turn the tie on its head. Robert Lewandowski has two, Thiago Alcantara, Jerome Boateng and the mercurial Thomas Muller have the others while the Portuguese club have offered nothing and are in the process of being dumped out of the competition in emphatic fashion.
At the Nou Camp it has been slightly more routine for Barcelona who have netted twice in the first half through Brazilian Neymar while PSG have wilted under the pressure of creating Champions League history. One way traffic in both of our quarter-final ties.
Half time: Bayern Munich 5-0 FC Porto
Half time: Barcelona 2-0 Paris Saint Germain
Goal: Bayern Munich (6) 5-0 (3) FC Porto (Robert Lewandowski)
You'll do well to find a more dominant performance from a team this season. Bayern have been awesome and they take their chance to pile on the misery when Mulller crosses for Lewandowski, who takes one touches to control, creates some space and hammers into the corner. They have blown away Porto in less than 45 minutes.
Goal: Bayern Munich (5) 4-0 (3) FC Porto (Thomas Muller)
When it is your night, its your night. Bayern make it four and we've barely got 36 minutes on the clock. Thiago feeds Muller who shoots goalwards, with his effort defelcted off Bruno Martins Indi and wrong-footing Fabiano. Start to etch Bayern onto your Champions League wall charts (if one actually exists).
Goal: Barcelona (5) 2-0 (1) Paris Saint Germain (Neymar)
Very, very easy for Barcelona and they put the tie beyond any doubt with a second goal 11 minutes before the break. Dani Alves is allowed to cut onto his left foot, swing a cross in towards Neymar who had drifted in between Gregory van der Wiel and David Luiz and heads unmarked into the corner.
Goal: Bayern Munich (4) 3-0 (2) FC Porto (Robert Lewandowski)
Goodnight Porto. A third goal inside 27 minutes for Bayern who are strolling as things stand into the semi-final. Lahm's cross is helping across by Muller and Lewandowski nods a powerful header beyond Fabiano. The German champions look in the mood tonight and Porto have no answer.