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The Blues were beaten by two second-half goals at Parc des Princes, while 2013 runners-up Dortmund face a mountain to climb to reach the last four at Real Madrid's expense

The Champions League quarter-finals continued on Wednesday as Real Madrid dispatched Borussia Dortmund 3-0 and Chelsea were beaten 3-1 at Paris Saint-Germain.

Los Blancos never looked liked losing to last year's runners-up, thanks to two first-half goals, while the Blues were let down by two second-half strikes which left them with a mountain to climb.

Goal selects the best images from the evening's fixtures ...

Jurgen Klopp was all smiles ahead of the match, despite his side being injury-sticken underdogs

Ezequiel Lavezzi took just four minutes to put PSG into the lead with a stunning goal

Gareth Bale scored in the opening minutes for Real Madrid at the Bernabeu

Dani Carvajal looks like he's been dragged into karaoke by Xabi Alonso and Bale as they celebrate

Petr Cech punches the ball away from a fearless Thiago Silva, who went on to concede a penalty

The man who converted that penalty? Eden Hazard, who calmly buried into the bottom corner

Isco, given a starting berth in Angel Di Maria's absence, scored the second for Madrid

Heads up - Bale and Erik Durm show off their best gurns as they do battle

After (probably) tapping Edinson Cavani on the shoulder, Gary Cahill ducks out of the striker's eyeline

Zlatan Ibrahimovic celebrates with Marco Verratti and Thiago Motta following David Luiz's own goal

Cristiano Ronaldo takes a quick breather as he looks to equal Lionel Messi's Champions League record

On 57 minutes the forward drew level with Messi for goals scored in a single Champions League campaign

Zlatan Ibrahimovic pulled up with a nasty-looking hamstring injury in the second half

Is there a photo of Marcelo leaping over his team-mates in every game Madrid win?

When Javier Pastore scored PSG's third in stoppage-time, Jose Mourinho walked off in defeat

Klopp will be hoping that he can wipe that smile from Carlo Ancelotti's face next Tuesday