In a series that won't be remembered for what happened on the field, Borussia Dortmund exited the Champions League at the quarterfinal stage. Dortmund lost 3-1 on the night and 6-3 on aggregate.
Monaco opened the scoring in the 3rd minute at Stade Louis II, adding a second goal in the 17th. Marco Reus scored for Dortmund in the 48th. Monaco scored again in the 81st minute. Christian Pulisic subbed on in the 72nd minute for Borussia Dortmund.
In MLS, the New England Revolution and San Jose Earthquakes drew 0-0 at Gillette Stadium. "It wasn't our best game tonight," San Jose's Danny Hoesen said. "We had a number of good chances, me on at the post, Wondo with a good chance and Fatai (Alashe) had a chance, but the 'keeper made a good save on him. We could have won and we could have lost so a tie is a fair result in the end."
The NY Times' Rory Smith looks at the future for Barcelona. The Independent's Miguel Delaney explains against Juventus. World Soccer's Brian Glanville explains how Jose Mourinho figured out Chelsea. ESPN FC's Simon Curtis has Manchester City playing for the FA Cup. The Guardian's Paul Wilson talks to new Birmingham City manager Harry Redknapp about his salvage job with three games left in the season. Pro Soccer Talk's Kyle Bonn has a quirk in Redknapp's contract.
Goal.com's Ives Galarcep wonders how USMNT coach Bruce Arena will use his attacking options. SI.com's Brian Straus takes . The Daily Mail's Ian Ladyman reports that LAFC will bid for Manchester United striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
Inside World Football's Samindra Kunti reports that Brazil's CBF isn't having FIFA-style financial problems.
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