Manchester United are looking to join an elite club of teams to have won all three major UEFA trophies. UEFA.com recalls how Juventus, Ajax, Bayern and Chelsea entered the pantheon.
Four former winners, four domestic champions, four newcomers to this stage and three Belgian teams – meet the 16 sides still standing in the UEFA Europa League.
The last 16 features an all-German tie, a Belgian head-to-head, free-scoring Lyon taking on free-scoring Roma and Manchester United versus the lowest-ranked side left in contention.
A sensational comeback by Mönchengladbach, decisive late goals for Anderlecht and Celta, and a record-equalling win for Lyon were among the headlines as the round of 32 concluded.
The crowd of 80,465 that watched Tottenham v Gent is a new UEFA Europa League attendance record, beating the previous high set when Manchester United met Liverpool last season.
Borussia Mönchengladbach's recovery from 3-0 down on aggregate at Fiorentina is the latest in a long list of exceptional comebacks in the competition; UEFA.com remembers some of the finest.
With the line-up now complete, UEFA.com picks out the key details about Friday's UEFA Europa League round of 16 draw – watch it live from 13:00CET.
Leicester have sacked Claudio Ranieri just nine months after their title triumph – UEFA.com gives details and looks at how long the other last-16 contenders have had their top man at the helm.
The round of 32 draw pitted two Europrean heavyweights together and UEFA.com went backstage for the second meeting between Roma and Villarreal.
In the first instalment of this two-part interview, Radamel Falcao discusses rejecting baseball for football, making his senior debut aged 13, moving to River Plate and his whirlwind success at Porto.
Bayern München midfielder Thiago Alcántara was the top Fantasy scorer in the round of 16 first legs with 15 points, two more than Paris Saint-Germain's Ángel Di María; how did your team get on?
"The tie looks very, very difficult, but it's not yet done," said Porto coach Nuno Espírto Santo after his side's 2-0 home loss to Juventus, a sentiment shared by Danilo and Felipe.
Hear from Sami Khedira, Claudio Ranieri and Stephan Lichtsteiner as our panel reviews the week's action including wins for Juventus and Sevilla in the official UEFA Champions League podcast.
Kasper Schmeichel asked "how can you not enjoy nights like this?" after a performance against Sevilla which, his team-mates insisted, kept Leicester in round of 16 contention.
All eight UEFA Champions League round of 16 ties have a leader – including two with four-goal cushions – following the first legs, with a record-equalling 34 goals scored across the openers.
Second-half substitutes Marko Pjaca and Dani Alves both had an immediate impact as Juventus eventually made the most of Alex Telles's 27th-minute red card.
Goals from Pablo Sarabia and Joaquín Correa, who had earlier missed a penalty, gave Sevilla victory against Leicester, whose hopes were revived by Jamie Vardy's late reply.
Real Madrid failed to consolidate their lead in the Spanish Liga after losing one of their two games in hand – succumbing to early Simone Zaza and Fabián Orellana goals at Valencia.
The quarter-finals will take place on 7 and 8 March, with CSKA Moskva taking on Benfica, Salzburg hosting Atlético Madrid, Real Madrid playing Ajax and Barcelona meeting Porto.
Watch highlights of Real Madrid, CSKA Moskva and Barcelona winning their last-16 ties, as well as the best of the action from Tuesday's games and the group stage.
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