FC Porto trounced Basel 4-0 on Tuesday to reach the quarterfinals of the Champions League for the first time since 2004, when the Portuguese club won the title.
Goals from Yacine Brahimi, Hector Herrera, Casemiro and Vincent Aboubakar in the last-16 return leg built on a 1-1 draw in Switzerland two weeks earlier to give Porto a convincing 5-1 aggregate victory.
Porto, a two-time European champion, is on a strong run of form. In the group stage it was one of three clubs, with Real Madrid and Chelsea, to complete the first phase unbeaten.
Basel, which last appeared in the quarterfinals of Europe's top-tier tournament 41 years ago, was strong in midfield but created few goalscoring chances over the two legs.
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