Barcelona: A double by three-time world footballer of the year Lionel Messi inspired holders Barcelona to a fifth successive appearance in the Champions League semi-finals after a 3-1 win over AC Milan at the Camp Nou on Tuesday in their quarter-final second leg clash and win by the same scoreline on aggregate. (Scorecentre)
Messi's brace of first-half penalties took him to 51 Champions League goals - at 24 the youngest to achieve this landmark - and a total this season of 14 breaking the previous record held by himself and Ruud van Nistelrooy of 12. (Also Read: Ibrahimovic blames referee, Guardiola calls him Mourinho's friend)
Andres Iniesta's well-taken goal early in the second-half wrapped up the match and they will face wither Chelsea or Benfica in the semi-finals as they bid to become the first team to retain the trophy since it became the Champions League in the 1992/93 season.