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Unfortunately, it's now two English teams out of two... knocked out of Europe's premier competition.
Perhaps we'll fare better next week with Manchester United and Chelsea?
Either way, I've been Tim Poole and, until next time, take care!
However, some winning reaction comes to us from Christophe Jallet to Canal+:
"We had one of our worst first halves since the beginning of the season. We were endangered but we found the mental resources to equalize. We managed the score but we would have liked to be more organised. It was not exceptional tonight. "
Hard to please, eh?
Leverkusen boss Sami Hyypia also spoke to Sky Germany:
"We played well and showed character. We were better in defence and played fast with the ball.
"Paris only had chances after our mistakes. If we could reduce them, everything would be fine.
"We have everything in our own hands. If we do our job right, we will play in Europe again."
Here's Bayer Leverkusen's Simon Rolfes speaking to Sky:
"We had a good character test. We could have gone in front but unfortunately I missed the penalty. We did better today and were compact.
"I was a bit irritated by the keeper, so I missed the penalty. We wanted to earn something for our good performance but that's football.
"Today we played more aggressive, we should take this to the Bundesliga to be successful again."
Barcelona 2-1 Manchester City
Vincent Kompany spoke to Sky Sports after the game:
"We have nothing left in the tank. A few times, we could have scored and that would have obviously changed the game. Going down to 10 men again after it was a clearly penalty, I think, isn't easy conditions to play against a strong team.
"Over the course of the two games, when there were 11 players on the pitch, there wasn't much between the teams. Obviously Lionel Messi is an incredible player and anything can happen when he's on the ball but it could have been different.
"For me, it was a clear penalty. He was in a position to shoot and was caught. It took the chance away. We can discuss about stuff like this but you never know if things like this would have been enough to qualify."
Back to Harry Downes Jr:
"ALL OVER AND CITY ARE OUT of the Champions League, after a 2-1 defeat at Camp Nou. For a moment Vincent Kompany's late equaliser made it look like a worthwhile exercise but Dani Alves smashed home the winner in injury time. City did okay but the £1 billion club wants progress not plaudits in the paramount competition. Joleon Lescott's clumsiness and Pablo Zabaleta's hotheadedness cost City the match and their Premier League hopes hang in the balance with Sergio Aguero looking miles off full-fitness."
"All over for Manchester City. In a matter of days they have crashed out of the FA Cup and the Champions League. Add to that the fact that Sergio Aguero does not look fit for the rest of their Premier League tilt and there are big problems at the Etihad. The dream was always faint but it turned into a nightmare with Joleon Lescott's clumsy defending and Pablo Zabaleta's hot head."
"The defender ends his night early with a second yellow and with him go Manchester City's Champions League dreams. City might have been due a penalty but his complaints were too aggressive and he committed a number of rash challenges in the first half to warrant his first card. it appeared the occasion got too much for him."
He paid the price, with the ref showing him his second yellow card of the game.
67 - Lionel Messi has now scored more Champions League goals for a single club than any other player. (Via OptaJoe)
David Silva was substituted after the goal - perhaps an admission that it is...
"Lionel Messi, of course. Vincent Kompany has been a titan again, without him Barcelona would be out of sight tonight, let alone on aggregate. However, after getting let down by Martin Demichelis in the first-leg, he has now been the victim of his replacement as Joleon Lescott let the ball bobble through his legs for Messi to dink past Joe Hart."