Reus rattles Madrid & Ba taps Chelsea through - the Champions League in pictures

Jurgen Klopp's men dominated Real Madrid but were unable to score the crucial third goal on the night as Carlo Ancelotti's side progressed, while PSG crumbled at Stamford Bridge
Tuesday's Champions League quarter-final second legs were enthralling affairs as Real Madrid edged past Borussia Dortmund despite threats of a miracle comeback, while Chelsea left it late to knock out Paris Saint-Germain.

Marco Reus' double in the first half set up a potential shock comeback for Jurgen Klopp's men but they could not grab a third and ultimately crashed out, losing 3-2 on aggregate. Meanwhile, substitute Demba Ba knocked out Laurent Blanc's men at Stamford Bridge as Chelsea went through on away goals after drawing 3-3 on aggregate.

Goal selected the best images from another crazy night of European football...

Cristiano Ronaldo started on the bench for Real Madrid due to a knee problem

Frank Lampard tussles with PSG midfield counterpart Blaise Matuidi

Real Madrid started better, but a saved penalty gave BVB some added impetus

Sure enough, Marco Reus scored the opener to set in motions a thrilling contest at Signal Iduna Park

Chelsea also scored in the first half as they aimed for their comeback, Andre Schurrle the scorer

Reus also scored Dortmund's second as the German side closed in on an unlikely comeback

Schurrle raises his finger in celebration after giving Chelsea the lead

Mkhitaryan worried Madrid's defenders all night but wasted several chances

PSG goalkeeper Salvatore Sirigu stretches to try to keep Chelsea from progressing to the last four

PSG performed poorly on the night and Ba came off the bench to punish them with a late goal

Edinson Cavani suffered a similar fate at Stamford Bridge in the last eight with Napoli two years ago

It wasn't to be for Dortmund, as they valiantly exited to a below-par Madrid side

If you look closely, you can see Jose Mourinho hot-footing it down the touchline a la 2004

And here he is getting stuck into the celebrations... apparently to give tactical instructions