Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scored his seventh goal in as many games to help Barcelona beat Galatasaray in the Europa League.
The ex-Arsenal player hit the winner to complete an impressive comeback after Galatasaray had taken the lead.
With the tie poised at 0-0 after the first leg, Brazilian defender Marcao gave the hosts the lead before Pedri equalised with a fine individual goal.
Aubameyangâ€™s 49th-minute winner sent BarÃ§a into Fridayâ€™s quarter-final draw.
BarÃ§a ran down the clock, infuriating the home crowd who started throwing bottles and plastic cups onto the field, and the referee stopped the game for a few minutes while the Galatasaray players tried to calm things down.
Aubameyang, 32, joined Barcelona on a free transfer in February after four years at Arsenal and Gabon forward has been an impressive signing.
Xaviâ€™s side had dropped into the Europa League after finishing third during the group stage of the Champions League, behind Bayern Munich and Benfica.
Source: BBC Sports