Big win for Barcelona, surprise defeat for Dortmund

Round of 16 first legs: Tuesday 14 February
Bordeaux 0-3 Paris (Cavani 6 47, Di María 40)
Edinson Cavani took his recent tally to nine goals in six games as Paris won for the tenth time in eleven matches in all competitions.

Alavés 0-6 Barcelona (Luis Suárez 37 67, Neymar 40, Messi 59, Alexis og 63, Rakitić 65)
All three members of Barcelona’s revered ‘MSN’ forward line were on the mark as Luis Enrique’s men picked up their 12th victory in their last 16 outings in all competitions. The result was soured by Aleix Vidal suffering a dislocated ankle which has ruled him out for the rest of the season.

Benfica 3-0 Arouca (Mitroglou 25 35, Carrillo 49)
Kostas Mitroglou made it 12 goals in as many games to put Benfica in control. Goalkeeper Ederson’s 41st-minute dismissal did not halt their progress as André Carrillo struck for the first time since August to complete the scoring.

Thomas Tuchel (Dortmund)

Thomas Tuchel’s Dortmund suffered a surprise defeat©Getty Images

Darmstadt 2-1 Dortmund (Boyd 21, Antonio-Mirko Colak 67; Raphaël Guerreiro 44)
Up against rock-bottom Darmstadt, Dortmund suffered their first defeat since 26 November – a run of ten games, six of which they have drawn – despite Raphaël Guerreiro’s first goal in nearly five months.

Wednesday 15 February
Ingolstadt 0-2 Bayern (Vidal 90, Robben 90+1)
Bayern left it late to rack up a tenth win in their most recent 11 fixtures, Arturo Vidal opening the scoring with his first goal since October. Manuel Neuer kept his 100th Bundesliga clean sheet for Bayern.

Arsenal 2-0 Hull (Alexis Sánchez 34 90+3pen)
The Gunners responded to back-to-back Premier League defeats with a routine win, Alexis Sánchez scoring his 16th and 17th top-flight goals of the season.

Osasuna 1-3 Madrid (Sergio León 33; Ronaldo 24, Isco 62, Lucas Vázquez 90+3)
Madrid were made to work for the points against the Spanish Liga’s bottom-placed side but – with the help of Cristiano Ronaldo’s 14th league strike of the campaign – stayed clear at the head of the standings.

Napoli 2-0 Genoa (Zieliński 50, Giaccherini 68)
Emanuele Giaccherini tapped in his first league goal for Napoli as Maurizio Sarri’s side extended their unbeaten run to 18 matches.

Javier Hernández (Bayer 04 Leverkusen)

Javier Hernández was on the mark for Leverkusen©AFP/Getty Images

Tuesday 21 February
3-0 Frankfurt
(Hernández 5 63, Volland 78)
Javier Hernández scored more than one in a game for the first time since September to help mid-table Leverkusen pick up just their second triumph in six matches.

Atlético v Celta
Sunday, 20:45.

Bournemouth v Man. City
Monday, 21:00.

Monaco 5-0 Metz (Mbappé 7 20 50, Falcao 10 55)
Eighteen-year-old Kylian Mbappé struck his second senior hat-trick as Monaco won their fourth game on the bounce to maintain their place at the Ligue 1 summit.

Wednesday 22 February
Guimarães 0-2 Porto (Soares 36, Diogo Jota 85)
Porto made it five straight Portuguese Liga wins thanks to Francisco Soares’ fourth goal in his last three appearances and a late Diogo Jota effort; the Dragons remain a point behind frontrunners Benfica.

Cagliari v Juventus
Sunday, 20:45.

Las Palmas v Sevilla
Sunday, 18:30.

Swansea v Leicester
Sunday, 17:00.

All times CET

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