The last eight teams standing in Europe have been decided after the last four games of the round of 16 second legs were completed. Some stunning football was on show as the European finalists from 2009/2010 clashed and many games began even on aggregate.
The clash of the round saw defending European Champions Inter face Bayern Munich away from home. Inter went into the match 1-0 down. Things were square just after the start with Eto'o beginning a memorable night with a calm finish in the 4th minute. Things were turned on their head as Gomes capitalised on a Cesar mistake yet again to bring the scored even on the night.
The hopes of the European giants were dashed when Muller put the Germans ahead just 10 minutes later. Inter came out in the second half with an attacking mentality, through the brilliance of Sneijder the Italians equalised sending the travelling fans into a frenzy. Inter were still behind with just minutes remaining until, Eto'o scorer turn provider teed up Pandev who nailed home from inside the 18 yard box to silence the home fans and send inter through 3-3 on aggregate.
After a seemingly one sided affair in the first leg Chelsea looked to have had the tie sealed up against Copenhagen for the second and home leg at Stamford Bridge. Chelsea failed to find the back of the net, and so to did FC Copenhagen. The tie ended 0-0 with Chelsea comfortably going through. However their form will be something of concern for manager Carlo Ancelotti.
In the second half a revitalised Karim Benzema finished calmly after a lofted ball from Marcelo caught the Lyon defence out. The former Lyon man finished between the legs of Lloris. With the night seemingly over Di Maria finished with a chip into the net in the 76th minute securing a 3-0 victory over the less than impressive French outfit.
With only eight teams remaining the countdown to Wembley is on!