March 11, 2014 -- Updated 1034 GMT (1834 HKT)
Europe's top football clubs will resume their battles for a place in the quarterfinals of the continent's biggest competition this month, with some still reeling after tie-changing moments of controversy. Last month's last-16 opening legs provided bitter lessons for two English teams hoping to make their mark against benchmark opponents, and prompted calls for changes to the game's rules.
UEFA president Michel Platini remains resistant to the introduction of goal-line technology for Europe's top competitions.
Real Madrid return to the top of La Liga after a routine 3-0 win over Levante in the Bernabeu Sunday with Cristiano Ronaldo scoring the opener.
James Perch scores Wigan's crucial second goal in a stunning 2-1 FA Cup quarterfinal triumph at Manchester City, whose dreams of an English domestic treble are left in ruins.
Best in the business?
CNN's Amanda Davies asks CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge how Bayern Munich continues to be successful.