Video - Ibrahimovic shatters Chelsea's Champions League dreams

SoccerBy Kevin Palmer
Ibrahimovic turned in a dominant display against Chelsea
Ibrahimovic turned in a dominant display against Chelsea

Chelsea look certain to face a season out of the Champions League for the first time since Roman Abramovich took ownership of the club after Paris Saint-Germain secured a 4-2 aggregate win their last-16 tie.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic sent Chelsea tumbling out of Europe's elite competition, as a 2-1 second leg win at Stamford Bridge was enough to send the French champions through to the last eight. 

Diego Costa had looked like being the night's hero after an all-action display and cancelling out Adrien Rabiot's opener.

But Costa was substituted after an hour due to injury and Ibrahimovic (below) struck seven minutes later to wrap up a comfortable passage to next round.

Ibrahimovic, on the eve of the tie, had denied seeking revenge after 12 months ago being sent off at Stamford Bridge, but had vowed he was better than ever as he continues to chase the triumph in this competition which has proved elusive in his illustrious career so far.

And as he impressed, duly PSG advanced to a fourth straight Champions League quarter-final and Chelsea were left to contemplate the probability of being absent from the competition next season.

This was the reaction of Chelsea interim boss Guus Hiddink in his interview with BT Sport:

Meanwhile, former Chelsea star David Luiz refused to get carried away with PSG's success, as he offered up some sympathy for the losers in a thrilling tie.

Here is a full round-up of how the Champions League ties played out over the first two nights of last-16 action: