Bayern Munich goalkeeper Manuel Neuer (c.) wanted to keep hold of the ball as long as possible after Arsenal made it 2-0 at the Allianz Arena,
Bayern substitutes Xherdan Shaqiri, Rafinha and Anatoliy Tymoshchuk (from left to right) were in high spirits before kick-off
Only three minutes were on the clock when Olivier Giroud (l.) silenced the home fans with the opening goal
Bayern retained possession well, dictating proceedings to avoid running any risk of conceding a second...
...but despite bucketloads of shots from Arjen Robben, they were unable to put the game to bed as they failed to finish off the Londoners
As a result it seemed almost inevitable that there would be some late drama, and Laurent Koscielny provided it with an 86th-minute header which brought Arsenal level on aggregate
However, after winding down the clock in the closing stages Bayern were nevertheless able to celebrate, despite a 2-0 defeat at home
Hamit Altintop will be a persona non grata in his birth city of Gelsenkirchen after inspiring Galatasaray to a 3-2
Roman Neustädter had put the Royal Blues in front and ahead on aggregate, but their joy was short-lived...
...as Altintop produced a wondrous strike from 35 yards that got Galatasaray back on terms on a dramatic night in the VELTINS Arena
Burak Yilmaz (r.) then managed to lift this shot past Timo Hildebrand just before half time to give Galatasaray the lead, leaving Schalke in need of two goals to go through
Michel Bastos (r.) got the hosts back into the game when he made it 2-2 on the night, but with Galatasaray still ahead on away goals,
...which allowed Umut Bulut to break Schalke's hearts with a third goal deep into stoppage time which took Galatasaray through to the quarter-finals
It was a result which left Schalke floored, as they now turn their attentions to qualiying again by finishing in the top four of the Bundesliga
Shakhtar success: 3-0 on the night and 5-2 on aggregate, Dortmund can now look forward to playing their part in the quarter-finals for the first time since 1997/98
With the tie finely poised at 2-2 on aggregate, Borussia Dortmund made a tenacious start at the sold-out Signal-Iduna-Park...
The Yellow-Blacks were tearing it up on the counter and were soon celebrating when Felipe Santana (2nd l.) powered home Mario Götze's corner
It got better for Jürgen Klopp's men as Götze (r.) coolly converted Robert Lewandowski's right-wing cross in the 37th minute
Chasing the game, Shakhtar threw caution to the wind, but Dortmund continued to threaten on the break...
...and it was game, set and match in the 57th minute, as Jakub Blaszczykowski helped himself to his first