Bayern progressed to the last four of the competition for the seventh time in nine seasons as they prevailed 2-1 on aggregate yesterday following their first-leg victory in Spain last week.
Sevilla's bid for a first semi-final appearance fell short in spite of shutting out Bayern's attack and restricting the hosts to just 51 percent possession.
"We can be proud of what we've done here, and all throughout this Champions League."
The Spaniards' defence constantly thwarted Robert Lewandowski, who was unable to add to his 35 goals this season, although Bayern had twice as many shots on goal.
Sevilla finished a man down after Joaquin Correa, who had earlier hit the crossbar, was sent off in the closing stages for a clumsy foul on Javi Martinez. After Barcelona and Manchester City -- the runaway leaders in Spain and England respectively -- crashed out on Tuesday, Bayern are the only team left in Europe who can still win the treble.
They wrapped up a sixth straight Bundesliga title last Saturday and are into the semi-finals of the German Cup.
- Rough treatment for Lewandowski -
Lewandowski endured a bruising night and Sevilla centre-back Gabriel Mercado was booked after just two minutes for bringing down the Poland international just outside the area.
At the other end, Rafinha's perfectly-timed tackle denied Sarabia, who was through on goal and shaping to shoot.
Bayern again struggled to kill off Sevilla after the interval with Lewandowski nodding agonisingly wide from a deep Ribery cross. Soria produced another good save with his foot to block from James Rodriguez at his near post.
Sevilla's best chance came just shy of the hour mark when Argentine winger Correa hit the woodwork after connecting with a Jesus Navas free-kick, the ball bouncing to safety with Sven Ulreich well beaten.
Robben then cut back inside with a trademark run that resulted in James' shot being comfortably saved by Soria, as Bayern's frustration at their inability to put Sevilla to bed grew.
Tempers flared late on when Correa was dismissed for clattering Martinez just before the final whistle.
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