Leading UEFA Champions League scorers after Tuesday’s quarter-final, second leg ties:

14 goals: Cristiano Ronaldo (Real Madrid)

8 goals: Ben Yedder (Sevilla), Roberto Firmino (Liverpool), Salah (Liverpool)

7 goals: Cavani (Paris SG), Kane (Tottenham), Mane (Liverpool)

6 goals: Dzeko (Roma), Messi (Barcelona), Neymar (Paris SG)

5 goals: Aboubakar (FC Porto), Coutinho (Liverpool), Higuain (Juventus), Lewandowski (Bayern Munich), Lukaku (Manchester United)

4 goals: Aguero (Manchester City), Aubameyang (Dortmund), Gabriel Jesus (Manchester City), Mbappe (Paris SG), Oberlin (Basel), Son (Tottenham), Sterling (Manchester City), Talisca (Besiktas), Tosun (Besiktas)


Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola had to watch the second half of his side’s pulsating Champions League quarter-final, second leg against Liverpool from the stands after being sent off by Spanish referee Antonio Mateu Lahoz.

Guardiola furiously approached Lahoz at the half-time whistle with City leading 1-0 on the night but still trailing 3-1 on aggregate.

Minutes before the break officials had wrongly disallowed a second City goal when Leroy Sane was flagged offside despite the ball into the German coming off Liverpool’s James Milner.