London, England (SportsNetwork.com) - Thiago Silva's goal in the 114th minute capped a dramatic second leg at Stamford Bridge on Wednesday as PSG knocked Chelsea out of the Champions League on away goals after a 3-3 aggregate score.

A 1-1 draw in the first leg set things up nicely for the return edition, but a 31st-minute red card to PSG's Zlatan Ibrahimovic left the French side as long shots to advance.

Gary Cahill's goal in the 81st minute looked to put Chelsea through, but David Luiz scored the equalizer four minutes from time to send the match to extra time.

Silva gave away a penalty kick in the 96th minute that was converted by Eden Hazard, but the captain redeemed himself in a big way by heading home Thiago Motta's corner kick to stun the home side.

The first half was cautious, as expected, but the main talking point was the red card for Ibrahimovic after a sliding challenge on Oscar.

It was a debatable decision, and it left the visitors with a huge mountain to climb.

However, PSG went on the attack despite being down a man and Edinson Cavani squandered a golden chance in the 58th minute.

Javier Pastore's through ball played him in on goal, and after rounding goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois, his shot struck the left post.

Chelsea would advance with a 0-0 draw, but Cahill fired the hosts in front in the 81st minute after Diego Costa scuffed his shot inside the box.

But PSG didn't go away and they made the most of a corner kick in the 86th minute when Ezequiel Lavezzi drove a cross to the near post that allowed Luiz to turn a header off the underside of the crossbar and into the net.

PSG's hard work looked to have been for nothing in the 96th minute when Silva handled the ball inside his own area, which gave Hazard the chance to send the goalkeeper the wrong way from the spot.

The French outfit was still within a goal of advancing despite trailing by a goal, and Silva came through in a big way.

He first had a header kept out by a fine diving save from Courtois, but the ensuing corner kick was sent over the head of the netminder by a looping effort from the Brazilian, sending PSG into the quarterfinals in dramatic fashion.

Bayern Munich will join PSG in the next round after rolling to a 7-0 win against Shakhtar Donetsk at the Allianz Arena.

The two sides played to a 0-0 draw in the first leg, but the second leg quickly took a dramatic turn as Shakhtar's Oleksandr Kucher was sent off in the opening three minutes for a foul inside the penalty area.

Thomas Muller converted the spot kick to put Bayern up 1-0, and the hosts rolled from there with Muller scoring again while Jerome Boateng, Franck Ribery, Holger Badstuber, Robert Lewandowski and Mario Gotze each scored as well.