City succumb to Barca
Barcelona boasted more possession in the first half of their Champions League last-16 match at Man City, but the hosts had the better chances.
The Champions League last 16 brought together two South American managers in Argentina's Gerardo Martino and Chile's Manuel Pellegrini.
After a goalless first 45 minutes, Martin Demichelis scythed down Lionel Messi soon after the break to concede a penalty.
It quickly got worse for City; Demichelis was the last man and so saw red for the tackle on Messi.
Lionel Messi picked dusted himself down to successfully convert the spotkick.
Man City goalkeeper Joe Hart reacts angrily after failing to keep out Messi's penalty.
City battled resolutely after the sending off, but Dani Alves' late second goal left them with a mountain to climb.
Blaise Matuidi gave PSG the perfect start in Leverkusen with a goal inside three minutes at the BayArena.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic kept his cool to double PSG's lead from the penalty spot.
Ibrahimovic added a second minutes later with an absolute screamer, making it 3-0 and effectively ending the tie as a contest.
Ibrahimovic's goals sent him to the top of this season's Champions LEague scoring charts with ten goals -- one ahead of Cristiano Ronaldo.
Yohan Cabaye put the icing on the cake with a late fourth goal, surely sending Leverkusen out.