Malaga's remarkable Champions League campaign continued on Wednesday when they beat Porto 2-0 to progress to the quarter-finals 2-1 on aggregate. Trailing 1-0 after the first leg in Portugal, Malaga levelled the tie on aggregate when Isco scored with a stunning strike just before half-time. If that gave the Spanish club confidence, they were left in an even stronger position when Porto had Steven Defour sent off for a second booking shortly after the restart. And substitute Roque Santa Cruz scored the crucial goal, heading home with 13 minutes left, as Malaga, making their first appearance in the competition, become the third club from La Liga in the quarter-final draw, along with Real Madrid and Barcelona. Vitor Pereira's side started strongly, too, dominating possession despite the hostile atmosphere.