Chelsea will face Wolfsburg in the semi-finals, while Manchester City take on Lyon, whom they lost to at the same stage last season.
Wednesday 28th March
UEFA WOMEN’S CHAMPIONS LEAGUE
QUARTER-FINALS 2ND LEG
Barcelona 0-1 Olympique Lyonnais (Lyon won 3-1 on aggregate)
Chelsea 3-1 Montpellier (Agg: 5-1)
Linkopings 3-5 Manchester City (Agg: 3-7)
Slavia Praha 1-1 Wolfsburg (Wolfsburg won 6-1 on aggregate)
Kirby couple sends Chelsea through
— Chelsea Ladies FC (@ChelseaLFC) March 28, 2018
Chelsea scored early in each half on the way to a 3-1 victory over Montpellier, watched by a crowd of just over 3,000.
Fran Kirby gave the Blues the perfect start, taking advantage of a mistake to run clear and finish.
A Montpellier counter-attack saw former Chelsea player Sofia Jakobson spectacularly lobs Hedvig Lindahl to make it 1-1.
Kirby picked out Ramona Bachmann who curled home to restore the hosts’ lead, before Ji So-Yun won a penalty which Kirby fired into the bottom corner.
Stanway double helps City seal progress
What a finish from @StanwayGeorgia!!!
— Man City Women (@ManCityWomen) March 28, 2018
Manchester City will again play Lyon in the Champions League semi-finals, after easing to victory away to Sweden’s Linkopings.
Two up from the home leg, Nick Cushing’s side had the tie sewn up by the break by which time they led 4-0 on the night.
Jane Ross headed City in front and Georgia Stanway then fired home twice from almost the same spot, with Jen Beattie then nodding home a corner.
Marija Banusic replied twice for the hosts, the second from a penalty, after which Izzy Christiansen volleyed in Nikita Parris’s cross and Tove Almqvist got a third for Linkopings.
Le Sommer sends Lyon into semis
Barcelona had over 12,000 inside the Mini Estadi for the visit of Lyon but the holders not only successfully defended a 2-1 first-leg advantage but scored to win 3-1 0verall.
An effort by Eugenie le Sommer just after the hour mark was judged to have crossed the line before being cleared and Lyon were on their way to a tournament record ninth semi-final.
Slavia hold Wolfsburg
Five down from the away match, Slavia Praha reduced the arrears with a Petra Divišová goal after half an hour.
Ewa Pajor levelled midway through the second half, for a 6-1 aggregate result.