Chelsea and Roma cruised into the Women's Champions League quarter-finals with dominant victories, but Real Madrid crashed out after defeat to Paris Saint-Germain.

Emma Hayes' Blues sealed their place in the last eight with a comfortable 4-0 victory over Albanian outfit Vllaznia, with goals for Sophie Ingle, Fran Kirby, Katerina Svitkova and Maren Mjelde.

That proved enough to secure top spot in Group A as they qualified for the knockout rounds with a game to spare alongside PSG, at Madrid's expense.

Elisa de Almeida and Kadidiatou Diani struck to help the French side inflict a 2-1 loss upon Las Blancas, with Claudia Zornoza's late effort in vain as they crashed out of Europe.

Elsewhere, doubles for Benedetta Glionna and Manuela Giugliano saw Roma cruise past St Polten in a 5-0 rout after shrugging off an early weather delay.

That also saw the Italian side through to the quarter-finals, though they may have to settle for second in Group B, with Wolfsburg still at the summit despite a goalless draw with Slavia Prague.