Easy as one, two, three for RVP and Dortmund progress despite defeat - Wednesday's Champions League in pictures

Manchester United overturned a two-goal deficit with a 3-0 victory against Olympiakos at Old Trafford while Zenit crashed out of the competition despite winning 2-1
It was a dramatic night of Champions League football at Old Trafford as Manchester United managed to overturn their first-leg defeat against Olympiakos courtesy of a Robin van Persie hat-trick, while plucky Zenit St Petersburg couldn't quite do the same in Dortmund, falling just short with a 5-4 aggregate loss.

Goal takes a look at the best of the imagery from the final round of Champions League last-16 second-leg fixtures...

Dortmund colours were flying in the Yellow Wall ahead of the second leg at Signal Iduna Park 

Zenit needed to gather all their strength to overturn a 4-2 defeat in the first leg

The travelling supporters in Dortmund cause controversy by burning a Germany flag in the stands

On the field, Zenit got off to a perfect start courtesy of a 16th-minute strike from Hulk

The Brazilian forward produced an absolute thunderbolt from 30 yards for the opening goal

After an encouraging from Manchester United, they were offered a lifeline on 25 minutes

Robin van Persie was bundled over in the area after taking a long ball from Ryan Giggs on his chest

The Dutchman dusted himself off to calmly slot home the penalty kick

Robert Lewandowski received a yellow card for trying to earn Borussia Dortmund a penalty

Dortmund grabbed a vital goal in the 40th minute when Sebastian Kehl's header found the net

On the stroke of half-time United went two up as Van Persie slotted home Wayne Rooney's pass

Just after the break the Old Trafford outfit were awarded a free kick outside the 18-yard box

Rooney stepped over the ball and Van Persie used his left boot to curl a shot beyond the wall

Olympiakos keeper Roberto appeared to be wrong footed and Van Persie celebrated his hat-trick

Nerves were jangling at Signal Iduna Park as Jose Rondon headed home a cross from Criscito

Rondon's header made it 5-4 on aggregate with 15 minutes remaining on the clock

40-year-old Ryan Giggs played 90 minutes and was highly influencial in United's performance

Van Persie was stretchered off in the 90th minute after being clattered in the back of the leg

Blood, sweat and tears for Zenit as Tomas Hubocan was caught by Lewandowski late on

The full-time whistle at the Theatre of Dreams was greeted with wild celebrations

Relief for David Moyes who saluted the supporters as his team went into the quarter-final draw

Dortmund clung onto their Champions League dream as Jurgen Klopp's side also progress