Round of 16 first legs: Tuesday 21 February
• BAYER LEVERKUSEN v ATLÉTICO MADRID
Augsburg 1-3 Leverkusen (Kohr 60; Bellarabi 23, Hernández 40 65)
Karim Bellarabi struck the Bundesliga’s 50,000th goal – and his first league effort since April – from a cross by Kai Havertz, who also provided the pass for Javier Hernández to score the clincher at the second attempt. The Mexican striker’s double on Friday took his tally to five in three games and ten league goals for the season.
Sporting Gijón 1-4 Atlético (Álvarez 49; Carrasco 46, Gameiro 80 81 85)
Kevin Gameiro came off the bench just past the hour and scored the second fastest hat-trick in Liga history to ensure Atleti consolidated their top-four status after being pushed all the way by struggling Sporting. It took Gameiro four minutes and 45 seconds to take the score from 1-1 to 4-1, the quickest since Bebeto’s record for Deportivo La Coruña against Albacete in 1995.
— Atlético de Madrid (@atletienglish) February 18, 2017
• MANCHESTER CITY v MONACO
Huddersfield Town 0-0 Manchester City
City face a replay in the FA Cup last 16 after being held at second-tier Huddesfield. Pep Guardiola made eight changes from Monday’s league game with Bournemouth, including the enforced absence of injured Gabriel Jesus, meaning a return to the starting line-up for Sergio Agüero, as well as for Claudio Bravo in goal. However, there was no way past home keeper Joel Coleman for Agüero and Co.
Bastia 1-1 Monaco (Sadio Diallo 19; Bernardo Silva 52)
Bernardo Silva’s sixth league goal of the season, a well-placed header from Almamy Touré’s cross, salvaged a point for Monaco on Friday. They are three points ahead of Nice but it could be down to one if Paris beat Toulouse on Sunday.
Wednesday 22 February
• PORTO v JUVENTUS
Porto 4-0 Tondela (André Silva 43pen Rúben Neves 54 Soares 63 Diogo Jota 90+2)
Francisco Soares scored for the fourth time in three matches since joining from Guimarães and André Silva struck his 13th league goal of the campaign as Porto won their sixth contest on the spin on Friday, stretching their unbeaten Liga run to 19 games in the process.
Juventus 4-1 Palermo (Marchisio 13 Dybala 40 89 Higuaín 63; Chochev 90+3)
It was a tale of free-kicks in Turin on Friday with Claudio Marchisio turning in after the visitors failed to deal with a 13th minute one while Paulo Dybala, who hit the post from an early set piece, brilliantly curled in the second from a dead-ball situation against his former club. Dybala played in Gonzalo Higuaín for his 19th league goal of the season and the roles were reversed for number four as Juventus eased to a sixth consecutive Serie A success and stretched their unbeaten competitive home run to 43 matches.
— JuventusFC (@juventusfcen) February 17, 2017
• SEVILLA v LEICESTER CITY
Sevilla 2-0 Eibar (Sarabia 30, Vitolo 90+1)
Sevilla remain within three points of leaders Real Madrid but were made to work. After a tough first half-hour, Sevilla went ahead when Pablo Sarabia volleyed in a cross from Stevan Jovetić, who also set up the clinched in added time for Vitolo.
Millwall 1-0 Leicester (Cummings 90)
Leicester were knocked out of the FA Cup by third-tier opposition to add to the shocks on the day when fifth-level Lincoln City beat Premier League Burnley. Millwall were reduced to ten men when Jake Cooper received a second booking in the 52nd minute but a much-changed Leicester side for who only Demarai Gray remained from those who started Sunday’s league loss at Swansea City were beaten in the last minute.
Round of 16 second legs: Tuesday 7 March
• ARSENAL (1-5) BAYERN MÜNCHEN
Hertha Berlin 1-1 Bayern (Ibišević 21; Lewandowski 90+6)
Bundesliga leaders Bayern’s unbeaten run was stretched to 13 games thanks to the latest of equalisers by Robert Lewandowski, his 25th goal of the season. Lewandowski was brought off the bench in the 61st minute and with the last kick he pounced on the rebound when an Arjen Robben shot was blocked.
Sutton United v Arsenal (20:55CET, Monday)
FA Cup last 16
• NAPOLI (1-3) REAL MADRID
Madrid 2-0 Espanyol (Morata 33, Bale 83)
Madrid scored for a club record 42nd consecutive game and Gareth Bale marked his injury comeback with a goal to consolidate their Liga lead. The opener came when Álvaro Morata headed in a fine Isco cross, and Madrid seldom looked in danger. Bale came off the bench for his first appearance since 22 November and within 12 minutes produced a strong, low finish after also being set up by Isco.
He’s back! 👊
— Real Madrid C.F. (@realmadriden) February 18, 2017
Chievo v Napoli (15:00CET, Sunday)
Paris v Toulouse (21:00CET, Sunday)
• BORUSSIA DORTMUND (0-1) BENFICA
Dortmund 3-0 Wolfsburg (Bruma 20og, Piszczek 48, Dembélé 59)
Dortmund bounced back from defeats by Darmstadt and Benfica and are up to third in the Bundesliga with victory despite the enforced closure of their South Stand. The home side were always in control and Łukasz Piszczek set up the first and third as well as scoring in the second.
Braga v Benfica (21:15CET, Sunday)