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PHOTO GALLERY: Leicester and Juventus advance into CL quarters as Porto and Sevilla defeated


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7 Leicester City's Riyad Mahrez in action with Sevilla's Wissam Ben Yedder
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Leicester City's Marc Albrighton celebrates scoring their second goal
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Nasri is sent off
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Leicester City's Shinji Okazaki in action
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Leicester City's English midfielder Marc Albrighton (C) celebrates scoring their second goal
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Nasri is spoken to by Islam Slimani as he attempts to confront Leicester City's Jamie Vardy (not pictured) after Nasri is sent off
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Leicester City's Riyad Mahrez is shown a yellow card by referee Daniele Orsato as he walks off to be substituted
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Leicester City's English-born Jamaican defender Wes Morgan (3L) scores the opening goa
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Leicester City's English-born Jamaican defender Wes Morgan (3L) scores the opening goal
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Juventus' forward from Argentina Paulo Dybala (L) score a penalty against Porto's Spanish goalkeeper Iker Casillas
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Porto's Portuguese forward Andre Silva (R) fights for the ball with Juventus Defender from Brazil Dani Alves
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Porto's Spanish goalkeeper Iker Casillas (C) is comforted by Juventus' goalkeeper from Italy Gianluigi Buffon (R) at the end of the UEFA Champions League football match Juventus vs FC Porto
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uventus' Tomas Rincon in action with FC Porto's Diogo Jota
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Juventus players celebrate with supporters after winning the UEFA Champions League football match Juventus vs FC Porto
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Juventus' Paulo Dybala in action with FC Porto's Yacine Brahimi
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Juventus' forward from Argentina Paulo Dybala celebrates with teammates Juventus' forward from Colombia Juan Cuadrado (C) and Juventus Defender from Brazil Dani Alves after scoring a penalty
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Juventus' defender from Italy Leonardo Bonucci (L) vies with Porto's Brazilian midfielder Otavio
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FC Porto's Ivan Marcano
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Juventus Defender from Brazil Dani Alves (L) vies with Porto's forward from Brazil Tiquinho Soarez
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