Drogba's Chelsea return and Ronaldo goes level with Puskas — Tuesday's Champions League in pictures

Galatasaray was easily swept aside by the Blues, while Real Madrid's scoring machine scored twice to help his side past Schalke 9-2 on aggregate.

Chelsea brushed aside Galatasaray with a 2-0 win Tuesday to ruin Didier Drogba's hopes of a winning return to his former club in the second leg of their last-16 Champions League tie.

The two sides played out a 1-1 draw last month but the Blues coasted to victory at Stamford Bridge, while Real Madrid followed up its massive first-leg 6-1 win with a 3-1 victory at home against Schalke.

Goal selects the best imagery from the night — from Roberto Mancini's men being dumped out of the European tournament at the hands of Jose Mourinho to Cristiano Ronaldo's heroics as the Blancos triumphed at the Santiago Bernabeu.

Drogba laps up the love at Stamford Bridge as the home fans hail their former hero.

Madrid's match started on a sour note as Jese Rodriguez was forced off with a knee injury.

Samuel Eto'o smashed Chelsea into the lead with less than five minutes on the clock.

Ronaldo continued his fantastic scoring record this season with a quick strike.

Eto'o was unsurprisingly delighted to grab the Blues' crucial opener.

Sergio Ramos and Tim Hoogland — who scored Schalke's first-half equalizer — tussle in the air.

Ronaldo celebrates after tying Ferenc Puskas' record of 242 goals for Real Madrid.

Drogba tries to torment his former teammates Branislav Ivanovic and John Terry.

Despite being 7-2 down after its equalizer, Schalke remained in good spirits as it briefly drew level in Madrid.

Poor defending allowed Gary Cahill to double Chelsea's lead at Stamford Bridge.

Ronaldo hugs Bale, who set up all three of Madrid's goals Tuesday.

Drogba didn't look too delighted as Galatasaray slumped 2-0 behind on the night.

Alvaro Morata converted another Ronaldo-inspired effort after Bale had slipped him the rebound.

Ancelotti wasn't resting on his laurels as he barked orders at the Bernabeu.

Klaas-Jan Huntelaar scored an outrageous goal in the first leg but could not repeat that feat Tuesday.

Chelsea is back in the Champions League last eight, two years after lifting the trophy.