Two goals from Sergio Olivera- both from set pieces helped FC Porto secure a place in the Champions league quarter finals. Porto who won the first-leg 2-1 in Portugal, had a man sent off in the 54th minute but, a 3-3 aggregate on the night meant the game would go into extra time. The Portuguese champions, although a man down, showed no signs of tiring and had the first real chance of extra time. Maraega should have scored but couldn’t generate enough power to beat Szczęsny with a header from close range.
Porto thought they had secured a draw in Turin when Olivera whipped in a wicked free kick to beat the Juve goalie once again, but their joy was caught short 2 minutes later as Juve got back in front. However, it was the Portuguese side who had the last laugh after extra time, going through to the last 8 on away goals superiority.
In the other game between Dortmund and Sevilla, a brace from Haaland and Youssef En-Nesyri meant the ruins were shard in Germany. But Dortmund qualified on a 5-4 aggregate following their 3-2 victory over the Europa league champions in Spain. It is now 10 goals for the young Norwegian, who lead this year’s UCL scoring charts.