First-half goals from Samuel Eto'o and Gary Cahill gave Chelsea a 2-0 victory as they saw off their Turkish opponents 3-1 on aggregate to succeed. Fellow Premier League clubs Arsenal and Manchester City failed to make it into the last eight.
    
Meanwhile, Carlo Ancelotti's Madrid defeated Schalke 3-1 at Santiago Bernabeu to advance 9-2 on aggregate and extend their long unbeaten run to 31 games.
    
The build-up to the game at Stamford Bridge had been dominated by the return of Didier Drogba to the ground where he is still hailed as a hero and Ivorian scorer of the winning penalty when Chelsea beat Bayern Munich in a shoot-out in the 2012 final - was presented with a silver boot prior to kick-off.

In Spain, Ancelotti resisted the temptation to rest Ronaldo despite Madrid leading 6-1 from the first leg in Germany and having a crucial league game against Barcelona to come at the weekend.
    
Gareth Bale was left on the bench at kick-off but the Welshman came on inside eight minutes to replace Jese Rodriguez, who came off with a serious knee injury.

While Real Madrid and Chelsea join reigning champions Bayern, Atletico Madrid, Barcelona and Paris Saint-Germain in Friday's quarter-final draw, the remaining two ties will be decided on Wednesday.
    
On Wednesday, reigning English champions Manchester United, who have endured a torrid campaign this season, must overcome a 2-0 first-leg deficit when they host Olympiakos at Old Trafford if they are to make it two Premier League teams in the draw, while Borussia Dortmund defend a 4-2 lead at home to Zenit St Petersburg.

(Agencies)

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