Yet another show-stopping performance from Lionel Messi sees the Barcelona wizard lead the line of our Champions League Team of the Week.
Messi was on target twice as Barca erased a first-leg deficit against AC Milan to register a 4-0 win at the Camp Nou and book their place in the quarter-finals.
It was a sensational effort from the Argentine and his team-mates, four of whom join him in our elite line-up this week: fellow goalscorer Jordi Alba, Gerard Pique, Sergio Busquets and Andres Iniesta.
Milan keeper Christian Abbiati bore the brunt of Barca's forays forward and, despite shipping four goals, he also makes our team, given some brilliant stops to avoid what could have been a massacre for the Rossoneri.
Arsenal's 2-0 win in Munich also stood out this week, and two Gunners are included for their efforts - Carl Jenkinson and goalscorer Laurent Koscielny.
Galatasaray's brilliant win against Schalke is recognised with the inclusion of Felipe Melo while Malaga's Isco impressed in the Spanish side's win over Porto. Schalke's Julian Draxler completes the XI.
(Expert rating in brackets)
GK: Christian Abbiati (AC Milan)
Strange that a man who picked the ball out of the net four times features, but it would have been a lot worse for Milan had it not been for Abbiati. (8)
RB: Carl Jenkinson (Arsenal)
Has been berated by some critics, but this was a performance of maturity and no little quality as the lively full-back stood up to his task in defence with some authority. (8)
LB: Jordi Alba (Barcelona)
The rampaging left-back was a menace going forward and finished Barca's job with a close-range strike on the counter deep in injury time. (8)
CB: Gerard Pique (Barcelona)
Partnering Javier Mascherano in the centre of defence, Pique was solid and snuffed out what little threat the Milan attack carried. (8)
CB: Laurent Koscielny (Arsenal)
Rose well to head home with five minutes remaining and give Arsenal a shot at a famous result in Munich. Kept Bayern's talented forward line at bay. (7)
CM: Sergio Busquets (Barcelona)
The midfield enforcer polarises opinion, but there was no doubt he was one of the most effective players on the Camp Nou pitch against Milan. (7)
CM: Felipe Melo (Galatasaray)
The beating heart of Galatasaray. The Brazilian dictated play in the middle of the pitch to help the Turkish side to a memorable win. (7)
AMR: Andres Iniesta (Barcelona)
Had a hand in two goals and was unlucky not to get on the scoresheet himself with a half-volley early on that Abbiati saved. (8)
AMC: Julian Draxler (Schalke)
Despite being on the losing side the young German was a constant inspiration to his teammates and almost helped pull off a sensational second half comeback. (8)
AML: Isco (Malaga)
Lit up a dour game with a sublime effort that set Malaga on their way to a historic night. It's easy to see why he is regarded as one of the finest up-and-coming talents on the planet. (8)
FW: Lionel Messi (Barcelona)
The little maestro came alive in the first half to score the brace which sent Barca on their way past Milan and into the quarter-finals. (9)