The final place in the Champions League quarterfinals belongs to Barcelona.
Barcelona entered the second leg of their last-16 series with a slight, away goals advantage after Lionel Messi’s heroics in the first leg at Stamford Bridge. Willian had given Chelsea control and the lead, but Messi’s goal–his first against Chelsea in his career–gave Barcelona a favorable 1-1 scoreline heading into the return contest. Messi dominated the second leg with two goals and an assist, though, blowing the tie open in favor of the Catalan side, which advanced on a 4-1 aggregate after a 3-0 second-leg win.
Barcelona joins Real Madrid, Manchester City, Juventus, Bayern Munich, Liverpool, Sevilla and Roma in the competition’s final eight.