A huge week of football has come to a close; here's a recap of this past week's big games:
The Blues earn an away goal as the only advantage heading into their return fixture in March.
Munich are left frustrated at the Ukraine side's defense and head into the Allianz Stadium with all to play for.
Madrid take a commanding grip of the tie with a 2 goal advantage on the road.
A game marked by controversy sees the league leading Blues drop 2 points at home.
Manchester City 5-0 Newcastle
The Sky Blues run riot over Newcastle to pull withing 5 points of the leaders.
Swansea 2-1 Manchester United
The Swans complete their first ever double over Manchester United after a Jonjo Shelvey wonder strike.
A big London derby is also marked with controversy at Spurs need 2 goals to draw with West Ham.
Southampton 0-2 Liverpool
A rainy, saturated game save Southampton denied a penalty appeal and Mignolet get away with handling the ball outside the box as Coutinho strikes gold from range to give the Reds the win.
A huge shock at Camp Nou as Malaga nab all three points from the 2nd place Barca.
Real Sociedad 4-3 Sevilla
Just an all around entertaining game as David Moyes's men crack in another 3 points.
Madrid re-open the 4 point lead at the top with a confident win on the road.
Jurgen Klopp's men rack up 3 wins in a row to pull themselves further away from the relegation places.
Another crushing of the opposition for the German champions.
Hamburger 1-1 Monchengladbach
Struggling Hamburger take a huge point at home to 3rd place Monchengladbach.
Wolfsburg ensure the 8 point gap doesn't increase as they beat Herta at home.