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Borussia Mönchengladbach. FC Kaiserslautern. Arminia Bielefeld. VfL Bochum. Following a goalless draw in the first leg at Anfield, Mane put Liverpool ahead with a brilliantly-taken goal in the 26th minute at the Allianz Arena.
Bayern hit back late in the first half when Serge Gnabry's cross was deflected in by Joel Matip but Van Dijk headed in from a corner in the 69th minute and Mane scored a late third to end Bayern's hopes.
Liverpool join Premier League rivals Manchester City, Manchester United and Tottenham in the quarter-finals, with all four sides able to face each other in Friday's draw.
Liverpool had lost their previous four away games in the Champions League, but they produced a controlled performance to overcome Bayern, who managed only two shots on target, both in the first half.
While Jurgen Klopp's side were not at their fluent best throughout, they never looked too troubled and next turn their attentions back to their Premier League title challenge on Sunday as they face Fulham, live on Sky Sports.
After a cagey opening, in which Jordan Henderson went off with an ankle injury, Liverpool took the lead thanks to a fantastic goal from Mane.
Mane expertly controlled a long pass, swivelled around Manuel Neuer on the edge of the area and then finished with a chipped shot into the far corner.
It was a surprise when they equalised in the 39th minute, with Gnabry getting behind Andy Robertson down the right side and putting in a cross that Matip turned into his own net.
Neuer saved a shot from Mohamed Salah and Gnabry slid a cross through the six-yard box that was just ahead of Robert Lewandowski. Otherwise neither team really threatened until Van Dijk rose highest at a corner and headed into the net to put Liverpool ahead again.
The goal deflated Bayern and they never looked like getting back into the tie even before Mane finished from Salah's cross in the 84th minute.
Liverpool comfortably held out in the closing stages, although Robertson was booked in injury-time and will now miss the first leg of the quarter-final.
Great European away performance from LFC especially 2nd half. His first goal to give Liverpool the advantage in the tie was superb as he controlled a long pass and finished into the far corner.
He didn't get many other openings, but made sure of victory with his second goal. Jurgen Klopp: "Scoring three here is really difficult, that's massive, and a big step for us.
We will see what we can do with it, but it's a fantastic sign.