Leicester City and Juventus are through to the UEFA Champions League quarterfinals

Leicester City and Juventus are through to the UEFA Champions League quarterfinals

Leicester City and Juventus are through to the UEFA Champions League quarterfinals

Craig Shakespeare takes control of his first Champions League tie since being appointed Leicester manager until the end of the season, and names an unchanged team for the third game in a row following victories over Liverpool and Hull.

They had almost their best squad out to play, but Leicester City had it all to do going into their Champions League match facing Sevilla's 2-1 lead.

Leicester went into match knowing that a win without conceding a goal would be enough for them to qualify for the last eight, but that possibility nearly disappeared after less than four minutes when Samir Nasri wrong-footed Morgan inside the penalty area before forcing an excellent save out of Kasper Schmeichel.

A 2-0 win at home to Sevilla secured the Foxes' place in the quarter-finals of the Champions League, with the two-legged tie won 3-2 on aggregate.

Craig Shakespeare may share the same name as one of England's greatest ever playwrights, but even the Bard could not have come up with the plot of Leicester City's title win last season.

The chance was gone, and Sevilla boss Jorge Sampaoli was sent down the tunnel with eight minutes to play.

But then, completely against the run of play, Leicester pulled a goal back through Jamie Vardy, and since then the outlook for Sevilla's season has completely changed.

The atmosphere was electric and Leicester fed off the supporters' energy in a frantic opening period.

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A single Sevilla goal would now only put the game into extra-time.

Leicester have never beaten Spanish opposition in European competition (D1 L4; also Atlético Madrid in 1961/62 Cup Winners Cup and 1997/98 UEFA Cup).

They may have drawn their last two La Liga matches, but remain a danger in Europe.

Sevilla had the first chance when Pablo Sarabia got a threatening shot off in the 21st minute.

Wes Morgan bundled the ball home after 27 minutes at the far post from a set piece, as the home crowd exploded into life. Mahrez's cross was half-blocked but fell kindly for Marc Albrighton, who finished calmly.

There was still time, though, for N'Zonzi to stroke a weak penalty at Schmeichel - diving to his left - as the night finished dramatically. Sevilla, though, had missed its last three penalties and Nzonzi made it four in a row, his weak effort easily saved by Schmeichel, who had made a save from Correa's spot kick in the first leg.

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