Barcelona legend Lionel Messi steered Barcelona to the quarter-finals of the Champions League after overcoming Premier League champions Chelsea.
A brace from the Argentine saw the Catalans steal the thunder on the night with a comfortable 3-0 victory and a 4-1 aggregate.
The hosts punished error-ridden display of the Blues to take a giant step forward in Europe's most prestigious tournament.
Messi's opening goal of the night was his fastest ever in his career in top plight football. He also became the second player behind Cristiano Ronaldo to score 100 Champions League goals. Messi scored three out of Barcelona's four goals over two legs.
Barca opened the scoring as early as the third minute when Messi's tight angle shot went past Thibaut Courtois legs.
The Argentine then set up Ousmane Dembele for the team's second as the Frenchman slotted the second with a fiery shot in the 20th minute.
Messi then added the third after a mistake by Cesar Azpilicueta to reach the golden landmark tally.
Three Spanish sides have made it to the quarters of the Champions League this season with Barcelona joining Real Madrid and Sevilla. English clubs, which had a record chance of having five teams in the last eight, find three of their heavyweights knocked out.
Bayern Munich surged past Turkish champions Besiktas with a 3-1 away victory and an overall 8-1 aggregate score.
Thiago Alcantara, Sandro Wagner and an Gokhan Gonul's own goal helped the Bavarians join the other qualified teams in the last eight.
The eight teams in the quarters are as follows: Real Madrid, Barcelona, Sevilla, Manchester City, Liverpool, Bayern Munich, Juventus, AS Roma.
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