AS Monaco's atacking power was too much for Pep Guardiola's Manchester City side to handle as the French side recorded a 6 - 6 aggregate win over the English side.
Trailing 5 - 3 from the first leg, Monaco had only attack as an option to qualify and attck they did which bore fruits.
The French side recorded a 3 - 1 win in the second leg to secure the aggregate win as make Guardiola suffer his first exit from the Champions League at a stage lower than the semi-final.
Kylian Mbappe opened the scoring via a tap-in from Mendy's cross from the left. Monaco's attacking play saw Fabinho score the second via a tap in again.
Bernadao Silva and Thomas Lemar connecting well with the former sending a low cross into the box where Fabinho was to tap-in beneath Willy Caballero.
The second half was a much different story as Man City went all out attacking and their persistence paid off as Leroy Sane scored to send the tie 5 - 6 on aggregate.
Monaco completed the job with just under ten minutes left to play of the game.
Silva's cross from the right was turned in by Bakayoko who would later by shown a yellow card that will force him to miss the quarter-final first leg.
In the other match Atletico Madrid and Bayer Leverkusen played an entertaining goalless draw filled with lots of efforts.
In the first half, Julian Brandt found himself one on one with Oblak but in an attept to shift the ball to his favoured right foot Jose Gimenez recovered to clear.
Angel Correa connected well with a lay-off from Griezmann but his stinking effort was send for a corner. Koke also had an effort from range pushed behind.
The biggest talking point came in the second half where Jan Oblak saved when faced one on one with Brandt and made a wonderful save. The follow up by Volland was saved while the rebound was blocked by Godin who was already on the goal line.
The draw say Atletico advance having won the first leg 4 - 2 in Germany.
The teams who have qualified for the quarter-final are Atletico, Dortmund, Leicester City, Barcelona, Juventus, Bayern Munich, Real Madrid and AS Monaco.