Ghanaians Kevin-Prince Boateng and Sulley Muntari helped AC Milan stun Barcelona, while Schalke earned a draw despite Galatasaray fielding Didier Drogba and Wesley Sneijder
Barcelona's hopes of winning the Champions League for the fourth time in eight seasons are hanging by a thread after a 2-0 defeat to Milan at the San Siro Wednesday.
The Catalans may be running away with La Liga, but they met their match in Milan in the first leg of their last-16 tie at the same venue where they suffered a fatal defeat to Inter Milan in the 2010 semi-finals.
Milan, crowned European champions seven times, had failed to beat the Catalan giants in the competition since a 2-0 win at the Camp Nou in 2000 and had exited the competition last season and in 2006 after defeats at the hands of Barcelona.
But, after a promising first-half display was taken up a level in the second period, fans of the Rossoneri were given reason to believe that their team can advance to the quarter-finals... FULL REPORT