Inter managed a 0-0 draw at Porto on Tuesday (Mar 14) to progress 1-0 on aggregate and join city rival AC Milan in the final eight. Napoli could become the third Italian team in the quarterfinals when it plays Eintracht Frankfurt on Wednesday. Manchester City also advanced to the quarterfinals as it routed Leipzig 7-0 in the night's other match, with Erling Haaland scoring a record-equaling five goals in a Champions League match.
Inter Milan moved into the Champions League quarter-finals for the first time since 2011 as they eliminated Porto in their last-16 tie.
The Italian side won 1-0 in the first leg at the San Siro and were able to frustrate their opponents in Portugal.
In a frantic finish, Mehdi Taremi hit the post and then the crossbar in injury time for Porto, who also had Brazilian winger Pepe sent off.
Away goalkeeper Andre Onana also made a number of key saves as Inter held on.
Porto, second in the Primeira Liga, were without 40-year-old Portugal defender Pepe, a three-time Champions League winner with Real Madrid, while midfielder Otavio was suspended after his red card for two bookable offences in the first leg.
The hosts had the best chances in the first half but Onana made a fine save to keep out Mateus Uribe's 25-yard strike.
Taremi also curled a shot wide, Evanilson saw his effort blocked by Federico Dimarco's excellent sliding challenge and Stephen Eustaquio was unable to get a touch on an inviting low cross.