CAF CHAMPIONS LEAGUE
After a goalless draw in Morocco, the holders Wydad Casablanca were knocked out by Entente Setif.
Tunisians Esperance completed a 3-1 aggregate win against local rivals Etoile du Sahel.
And Primeiro Agosto of Angola drew 1-1 in DR Congo to edge out TP Mazembe.
Al Ahly play Horoya of Guinea in the last quarter-final.
UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE
Manchester United, Ajax, Bayern Munich, Real Madrid, and ten-man Juventus all secured wins on Wednesday night.
A tearful Cristiano Ronaldo was the Juve man sent off but two Pjanic penalties gave them a 2-0 win in Valencia.
But there was a shock at the Etihad where Manchester City (with Guardiola banished to the stands) lost 2-1 to a young Lyon side.
At the weekend leaders Chelsea face a London derby against West Ham while the other team with a perfect record, Liverpool, host Southampton.
After their surprising European defeat champions Manchester City visit newcomers Cardiff.
Barcelona will be expected to make it five wins out of five when they entertain Girona on Sunday.
Real Madrid play Espanyol the day before.
Juventus take their 100% record to Frosinone at the weekend.
After losing to Liverpool in midweek PSG visit Rennes on Sunday.
On the same day OL host joint-second OM.
Champions and league leaders Bayern Munich travel to Schalke at the weekend.
Returns with joint-leaders Braga hosting Sporting in the Monday night match.
Arsenal, Chelsea, Celtic, Sevilla, RB Salzburg, and AC Milan all won their UEFA Europa League group games.
Tunisia remain the leading African nation according to the latest FIFA ranking followed by Senegal and DR Congo.
Unusually there are joint overall leaders - Belgium and world champions France - with Brazil ranked third.
Pierre Francois Aubameyang (father of Pierre-Emerick) and Daniel Cousin are the new joint coaches of Gabon.