There were no battling comebacks in the Champions League last 16 second legs as Arsenal and AC Milan failed to overturn their first leg deficits and crashed out of the competition.
Arsenal – who needed to overturn a 2-0 deficit – could only manage a 1-1 draw at the Allianz Arena while Atletico Madrid, who already had a goal advantage, went to town on AC Milan, eventually beating them 5-1 on aggregate.
Goal selects the best imagery from the Tuesday night’s fixtures as Diego Simeone and Pep Guardiola saw their teams book a place in on the quarter-finals.
Onward and upward – Bayern Munich send Arsenal packing and add their name to the quarter-final draw
Fool’s gold – Balotelli and co suffer a humiliating defeat and see their Champions League campaign ended
In the 85th minute Diego Costa topped off a great night for Atleti by sliding home his second of the night
Clarence Seedorf watched helplessly from the touchline as AC Milan are shown the exit by Atletico Madrid
Lukasz Fabianski managed to get a foot to the shot and then tipped the spinning ball around the post
Thomas Muller stepped up from 12 yards and attempted to sell the goalkeeper with his eyes
Ten minutes into the second half, Ribery slid a pass to Bastian Schweinsteiger who calmly chipped home
Lukas Podolski appeared to shove Philipp Lahm in the build up to a 57th minute equaliser for the Gunners
On 70 minutes, Raul Garcia made it 3-1 to Atletico Madrid on the night with a powerful header
The Vicente Calderon erupts as the goal sealed a place in the last-eight for the first time since 1997
In the 90th minute Bayern Munich won a penalty when Laurent Koscielny tripped Arjen Robben in the box
With limited options elsewhere Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain provided some attacking threat for Arsenal
On 40 minutes Turan’s deflected shot looped into the net to put Atleti back in the driving seat
Bastian Schweinsteiger called for calm as the game went into the half-time break goalless
Kaka got AC Milan back in the tie with a far post header in the 27th minute, his 31st European goal
Arsenal’s French striker Olivier Giroud saw a rare opportunity go wide of the mark
Javi Martinez appeared to have vollied Bayern Munich into the lead but the goal is ruled out for offside
Diego Costa put Atletico ahead in acrobatic style after just three minutes, making it 2-0 on aggregate
Former Bayern president Uli Hoeness attended Tuesday’s clash despite his ongoing tax evasion trial
According to Goal