UEFA Champions League Quarter-Finals (1st- Leg) Results

Kylian Mbappe scored twice as Monaco earned a vital 3-2 lead in their Champions League quarter-final first leg at Borussia Dortmund.

The match was rescheduled from Tuesday night following explosions near Dortmund's team bus, which saw defender Marc Bartra receive surgery on his wrist, though Dortmund manager Thomas Tuchel admitted before the game his team needed more time to prepare themselves.

Fabinho put a penalty wide after 17 minutes after Mbappe was brought down by Sokratis, but Mbappe himself put Monaco ahead two minutes later from close range, though he was in an offside position.

Sven Bender headed into his own goal before half-time to make it 2-0 to Monaco, but Dortmund pulled one back after the break through Ousmane Dembele's close-range finish.

But Monaco regained their two-goal cushion with 11 minutes remaining as Mbappe capitalised on a defensive mix-up to finish superbly past Roman Burki.

Shinji Kagawa halved the deficit again just five minutes later, finishing after a superb turn inside the area, but Monaco held onto the lead to take into the second leg on April 19.

Atletico Madrid 1-0 Leicester: Antoine Griezmann gives hosts slender lead

Foxes alive despite Atleti win.

Antoine Griezmann scored what proved the winner from the penalty spot (28) after he had been clumsily brought down by Marc Albrighton, although replays showed contact was outside the box.

Chances remained at a premium thereafter, with the home side failing to capitalise on their possession and find a killer goal ahead of the second leg in the East Midlands next Tuesday, the Premier League champions still in with a chance of extending their dream run in Europe.

Dybala double sinks Barca

Juventus 3-0 Barcelona: Paulo Dybala doubles gives Italian giants quarter-final advantage.

Paulo Dybala's double inspired Juventus to a 3-0 win over Barcelona in the first leg of their quarter-final on Tuesday night, leaving the Catalan giants needing another miracle comeback in the Champions League.

Luis Enrique's side made history by overturning a 4-0 deficit to knock PSG out 6-1 in the last round of the competition, but they will have to perform a similar feat at the Nou Camp next Wednesday after a dismal night in Turin.

Cristiano Ronaldo makes history by scoring 100 goals in European competition

Cristiano Ronaldo scored twice as Real Madrid took control of their Champions League quarter-final against Bayern Munich with a 2-1 victory at the Allianz Arena.

Cristiano Ronaldo made more history by becoming the first player to score 100 goals in European competition with a double in Real Madrid's Champions League quarter-final first leg against Bayern Munich on Wednesday.

The four-time world player of the year took his tally to 98 goals in the Champions League with goals in the 47th and 77th minutes.

Ronaldo is now bearing down on becoming the first player to score 100 Champions League goals.