Football: UEFA Champions League 2011 Round of 16 Results

The Round of 16 knock-out phase of the UEFA Champions League 2011 concluded on the evening of Wednesday 16th March, as Chelsea and Real Madrid became the final two teams to make it through to the Quarter Finals.

Some big names went out at the Round of 16 stage this year, including Arsenal, who were defeated by Barcelona, despite winning their opening home leg. Bayern Munich, who won away, became the first side since Panathanaikos in 1994/95 to go out after winning an away match in the first leg, when Inter Milan overturned their 1-0 lead to go through on away goals after a thrilling 3-2 win in Germany.

The draw for the UEFA Champions League 2011 Quarter Final will take place on Friday 18th March 2011 at 12 Noon CET – be sure to check The Global Herald for the update.

The full results from the Round of 16 are as follows (click the title to see scorers and more information):

UEFA Champions League – Round of 16 1st Leg Results, Tuesday 15th February

  • AC Milan 0-1 Tottenham
  • Valencia 1-1 Schalke 04

UEFA Champions League 2011 – Round of 16 1st Leg Results, Wednesday 16th February

  • Arsenal 2-1 Barcelona
  • Roma 2-3 Shakhtar Donetsk

UEFA Champions League 2011 – Round of 16 1st Leg Results, Tuesday 22nd February

  • FC Copenhagen 0-2 Chelsea
  • Lyon 1-1 Real Madrid

UEFA Champions League 2011 – Round of 16 1st Leg Results, Wednesday 23rd February

  • Inter Milan 0-1 Bayern Munich
  • Marseille 0-0 Man Utd

UEFA Champions League 2011 – Round of 16 2nd Leg Results, Tuesday 8th March

  • Barcelona 3-1 Arsenal (Barcelona win 4-3 on Aggregate)
  • Shakhtar Donetsk 3-0 Roma (Shakhtar Donetsk win 6-2 on Aggregate)

UEFA Champions League 2011 – Round of 16 2nd Leg Results, Wednesday 9th March

  • Shalke 04 3-1 Valencia (Shalke 04 win 4-2 on Aggregate)
  • Tottenham 0-0 AC Milan (Tottenham Hotspur win 1-0 on Aggregate)

UEFA Champions League 2011 – Round of 16 2nd Leg Results, Tuesday 15th March

  • Bayern Munich 2-3 Inter Milan (agg 3-3) (Inter win on away goals)
  • Man Utd 2-1 Marseille (Manchester United win 2-1 on Aggregate)

UEFA Champions League 2011 – Round of 16 2nd Leg Results, Wednesday 16th March

  • Chelsea 0-0 FC Copenhagen (Chelsea win 2-0 on Aggregate)
  • Real Madrid 3-0 Lyon (Real Madrid win 4-1 on Aggregate)

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