Paris Saint-Germain reached their second Uefa Champions League quarter-final, joining Bayern Munich, Atletico Madrid and Barcelona, after a 2-1 home win over Bayer Leverkusen.
The German club meanwhile, must turn their attentions on the teams relationships after the days play. Within just six minutes, with an assist from Giulio Donati, Sidney Sam was able to score a goal for the team and it looked like it was the start of something good for Leverkusen, who trailed 4-0 from the first leg. However that was their first and last goal.
Marcos Aoás Corrêa aka Marquinhos scored a goal for PSG just nine minutes later. The goal was a result of a corner kick swung in from the far side by former Newcastle United midfielder Yohan Cabaye. Marquinhos sneaked through a space between Simon Rolfes and Stefan Reinartz to get his head to the ball. In the 53rd minute Les Parisiens’ Ezequiel Lavezzi scored from a pass by Lucas Digne which allowed him a slide shot past Bernd Leno at his near post.
A few minutes later Zlatan Ibrahimovic missed the target by trying to snatch at a chance contact with the ball making the first kick from miles off. The game came to a close from a brilliant save by Leno but PSG were already 6-1 up on aggregate and Leverkusen were always unlikely to progress after the first leg drubbing they received.