Erin Cuthbert only Scottish survivor in Champions League
Caroline Weir's Manchester City and Fiona Brown's Rosengard fall at quarter-final stage, but Erin Cuthbert's Chelsea hammer Wolfsburg
Erin Cuthbert’s Chelsea will grace the Champions League semi-finals after hammering last year’s runners-up Wolfsburg 3-0 on the night and 5-1 on aggregate.
However, Manchester City and Scotland’s Caroline Weir will have to wait another year after losing 4-2 on aggregate to Barcelona, despite a second leg 2-1 win.
And Fiona Brown’s Rosengard missed the chance to face Chelsea in the last four as they were unable to turn around a 3-0 first leg deficit to Bayern Munich, with the German side completing the job 1-0 in Sweden.
Chelsea will face either Bayern Munich, with Barcelona having to wait until 18 April to learn if they will play Lyon or PSG, with the holders Lyon holding 1-0 lead from the first leg.
The final in Gothenburg is on 16 May.
Wolfsburg 0-3 Chelsea (1-5 agg)
Pernille Harder returned to haunt her old club Wolfsburg as Chelsea eliminated the two-time champions. Wolfsburg had knocked out Chelsea the three previous times they had met, but trailing 2-1 from the first leg they were up against it even further when on 27 minutes Sam Kerr was fouled in the box by Sara Doorsoun-Khajeh, allowing Harder to convert the penalty.
Five minutes later, Kerr’s 20th goal of the campaign made it 2-0. Fran Kirby sealed Wolfsburg's heaviest European aggregate defeat and their first elimination by any team other than Lyon since 2015.
Manchester City 2-1 Barcelona (2-4 agg)
Barcelona are in the semi-finals for a third year in a row after holding off a Manchester City fightback.
Trailing 3-0 after last week's first leg, City were ahead in the second leg through Janine Beckie inside 20 minutes.
But City's chances were dented when Asisat Oshoala, who had earlier been denied by a remarkable Lucy Bronze block, tucked home to restore Barca's cushion after the break.
Sam Mewis put City back ahead from the spot to win on the night but they lost 4-2 on aggregate.
Rosengard 0-1 Bayern Munich (0-4 agg)
Bayern Munich reached the semi-final for a second time. Lea Schüller opened the scoring when she headed in Linda Dallmann’s cross inside 22 minutes.
Olivia Schough, though, could have pulled one back for Rosengard when she had only the goalkeeper to beat but her final effort was poor. The Germans held on for their 26th consecutive win in all competitions.