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« on: March 28, 2017, 05:44:49 PM »


There are only eight teams left standing in the Champions League. This is the stage of the tournament where Europe’s biggest and best clubs (and Leicester City) will battle for ultimate supremacy. And quite the fascinating battle it will be, because the draw is fantastic:

Draw results
Atlético Madrid vs. Leicester City
Borussia Dortmund vs. AS Monaco
Bayern Munich vs. Real Madrid
Juventus vs. Barcelona

The glamour tie of the quarter-finals will see Bayern Munich and Real Madrid, who have won a combined 16 European Cups/Champions Leagues, go head-to-head.

It'll be a special tie for Ancelotti. The Italian coach steered Madrid to their 10th triumph in this competition in 2014 before leaving the club a year later. He has the chance to show why he's considered an expert in these types of contests, and he'll need to call on all his acumen if his players are to send the holders packing.

Barça will face Juventus, and will play the second leg at the Camp Nou, which is an advantage because the Camp Nou will once again be a fortress where the Blaugrana will look to confirm their place in the semi-final.

Barça and Juve decided the Champions League two years ago in Berlin, and Barça won their fifth European Cup and won the Treble in Luis Enrique's first season. This season's match-up is also special because we get to see Barça legend Dani Alves playing at Camp Nou again.


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