Barcelona are out of the Champions League after being held to a goalless draw by Juventus at the Nou Camp.
It takes the Italian side through to the semi-finals 3-nil on aggregate.
Borussia Dortmund’s European campaign’s over as well, losing 3-1 at Monaco – 6-3 overall.
Just eight days on from a bomb attack on their bus, Dortmund’s team coach was held up for 20 minutes en route to the match, causing a delayed kick-off.
Manchester United aim to book their place in the semi-finals of the Europa League later.
They head into the second leg of their last-eight tie with Anderlecht at Old Trafford drawing 1-all on aggregate.
Winning the competition would guarantee a Champions League place, even if United finish outside the top four domestically.
Elsewhere, Lyon go to Besiktas with a 2-1 lead, Genk will try and overturn a 3-2 deficit when they host Celta Vigo and Schalke start at home to Ajax 2-nil down.