MALAGA, Spain (AP) -- Malaga became the third Spanish team to reach this year's Champions League quarterfinals by beating undermanned Porto 2-0 on Wednesday to overturn a first-leg deficit.
Porto won 1-0 in the first meeting, but Malaga's 20-year-old forward Francisco Alarcon tied the series in the 43rd minute. Alarcon scored with a high, curling shot that beat goalkeeper Helton and went into the far top corner.
Roque Santa Cruz got the decisive second score when he rose to head a corner into the far post in the 77th minute.
Porto's Steven Defour was sent off after receiving a second yellow card for a late challenge on Joaquin Sanchez in the 49th minute.
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