Live: Malaga 2 Porto 0 (Agg: 2-1)

Malaga have done it! Malaga 2 Porto 0. A famous night for the club as Roque Santa Cruz sends the Spaniards through 2-1 on aggregate.

Helton forward for free-kick...

Isco unleashes another fine strike, but Helton reads it well and gets across. Can Malaga hold on?

Four minutes of added time...

Martinez puts the ball in the back of the net, but the whistle had already gone for offside.

Camacho on in place of Joaquin

Mangala with a very late challenge. Yet another yellow card.

DISALLOWED GOAL! Free-kick headed in by Maicon, but he is adjudged to be offside. Correct decision!

Lucas Paizon is on in place of Saviola.

GOAL!!! Malaga 2 Porto 0. Santa Cruz. The fresh legs of Roque Santa Cruz may just send Malaga through, heading in a outswinging corner from the right past Helton.

CHANCE! James with a fantastic ball in from a free-kick, which Jackson Martinez tries to divert in, but goes agonisingly wide.

Santa Cruz on for Malaga replacing Baptista who is short of match fitness.

Dangerous cross into the box isn't convincingly dealt with by the mostly idle Malaga backline, but comes off James last and goes out for a goalkick.

Atsu comes on in place of the tired-looking Alex Sandro. Third and final Porto change.

Malaga looking impressive around the penalty area but cannot find a way through the mass of Porto defenders.

Once again Jackson Martinez looks isolated up front, as the service up to him has dried up in the second period.

After being played in by Saviola, Isco slides in and almost sneaks it past Helton, but finds the side-netting.

Isco once again pulling the strings, but Porto have everyone behind the ball, and will be difficult to break down.

Varela is sacrificed, as he is replaced by Maicon.

The ball falls to Saviola after poor Otamendi clearence, but the Argentine cannot get a clean strike away, and the ball is cleared.

Valero gets into good position, played in by Danilo but his low cross is easily cut out. Better from the Portuguese side.

Helton comes out to collect Isco cross as Malaga continue to press and put Porto under pressure.

Malaga must now take advantage of the extra man, and with the crowd behind them, surely they are favourites.

Such a silly challenge from Defour, especially as he had already been booked.

Cynical challenge from Defour, as he brings down Joaquin when the winger was in full flight. Deserved a straight red.

Saviola is offside, but Malaga put a lovely move together. Playing with much more conviction now.

Second-half is underway...

Substitution at the start of the seond-half for Porto. Stange one. Jaoa Moutinho has made way, with James Rodriguez replacing him. Forced?

Tweet me: @Pistolpeteh86 or email me: your thoughts on which way this tie could go. Finely poised isn't it!

No stoppage time played. Malaga 1 Porto 0. Great end to the half from the Spaniards, as Isco's thunderbolt opens things up nicely for the second-half.

Home side don't want the half-time whistle to come. The fans are going mad!

GOAL!!!! Malaga 1 Porto 0. Isco. The talented Isco produces when it matters again. Finds space on the edge of the box and fires a unstoppable shot past Helton. GAME ON!

Referee deemed Baptista to have fouled Danilo

DISALLOWED GOAL! Harsh decision it must be said. Cross from Joaquin is aimed at Baptista, but Dabilo gets his body in the way, Helton fumbles, and Saviola taps in.

Lucho Gonzalez starting to look dangerous, and has shot blocked on the edge of the box.

Finally abit of quality! Antunes fires an excellent effort goalwards, but Helton gets across well to tip it over.

Varela sums up the match so far. Gets into a great position to cross, but overhits it, and the danger passes.

Yet another caution! Great run from Sandro is upended by Jesus Gamez, who joins a whole host of players in the referee's book.

Joaquin wastes a great opportunity to cross, as he goes for glory when Baptista well placed at the backpost.

Another card out. Sandro this time receives the caution for a late foul on Saviola.

Demechelis comes though the back of Martinez and knows what is coming. Another player in the book.

Late flag raised as Saviola, and the home fans, all thought he was in. Marginal to say the least.

Defour into the book for another high foot. Been coming after a few late challenges.

Lucho Gonzalez has his first effort on goal, but Iturra gets enough on it to divert the ball over the top.

Nervous defending from the Portuguese side as Saviola's quick throw-in almost catches them out.

Comes to nothing, and allows Isco to break quickly, but he is swamped by Porto defenders.

Varela runs at the Malaga defence, and it takes two to stop him, and force the ball out for a corner.

Otamendi booked for a dangerous looking challenge on the edge of the box. Free-kick wasted though.

Another free-kick to the home side as Saviola uses his strengh to get in front of his man.

Martinez is penalised for a high foot on Iturra. Looked very similar to a certain challenge last week...

Free-kick to Malaga as Baptista is fouled dropping deep to create.

Danilo gets forward well, and has first strike at goal, firing over from tight angle. End-to-end at the moment.

Joaquin beats the offside trap, latching onto long ball, but cannot quite control, and Helton comes out to clear.

Martinez is in, but his touch is heavy and he is easily dispossessed.

Jesus Gamez makes a timely interception to break up a Porto attack. Free-kick given to Malaga.

All Porto at the moment. Have had the majority of the possession as they try and influence the match.

Moutinho trying to get his foot on the ball early on and dictate the play. Has found a little space on several occasions.

We are underway in southern Spain!

The teams are on the pitch. The atmosphere is electric as a city expects.

Derek Simpson has been in touch via email: "Porto all the way coin a phrase ..... They are class in a glass against sangria put a carton !!!!"

Will Porto's greater experience in Europe tell? Let me know your thoughts.

The experienced strike duo of Saviola and Baptista could be key to the Spaniards' hopes tonight.

Tonight's referee is the Italian official Nicola Rizzoli.

Malaga XI: Willy, Gamez, Welligton, Demichelis, Antunes, Joaquin, Toulalan, Iturra, Isco, Saviola, Baptista.

Porto XI: Helton, Danilo, Mangala, Sandro, Otamendi, Gonzalez, Moutinho, Fernando, Defour, Martinez, Varela.

The teams are in!

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However, this is not enough to see them top the pile, as Benfica are also undefeated, and have only dropped points on four occasions all season!

Porto have been in imperious form in the Primeira Liga, and are unbeaten after 22 games.

This has obviously not gone down well, but has increased the supporters' interest in tonight's clash.

The excitement has been heightened by the club's upcoming four-year ban from European competiton due to unpaid bills.

However, they have arguably been the Champions League's surprise package this season, and finished the group stages unbeaten, and topped their group.

They have been stuttering of late in La Liga, and are just clinging onto that fourth spot.

This game has been billed as the biggest in Malaga's history as they bid to overturn the 1-0 defeat in Portugal.

Hello! Welcome to our live minute-by-minute commentary on this crucial Champions League last 16 second-leg clash between Malaga and Porto at La Rosaleda.

Kick-off is 1945 GMT.

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