Arsenal will face Swedish minnows Ostersunds managed by Englishman Graham Potter in the last 32 of the Europa League.
Arsene Wenger will come up against the 42-year-old who has worked wonders taking Ostersunds up the Swedish leagues.
Incredibly, Ostersunds were formed in October 1996 just weeks after Wenger began his managerial spell in north London.
Celtic face the extreme suggestion of a whole deal excursion to Russia after Brendan Rodgers was drawn against Roberto Mancini’s Zenit St Petersburg.
Somewhere else Lyon, the hosts of the last on May 16 one year from now, confront Villarreal in one of the style ties of the draw.
It additionally pits this current season’s second-best groups in Germany and Italy, with Leipzig drawn against Napoli.
Gennaro Gattuso’s AC Milan will play Bulgarian side Ludugorets.
Mario Balotelli and his Nice counterfeit will be in real life against Lokomotiv Moscow, and Marseille have Portuguese outfit Braga.
The first legs will be played on 15 February, and the second legs on 22 February 2018.
Gunners draw hurls the charming meeting amongst Wenger and Potter, who has delighted in uncommon achievement in Sweden.
The previous Southampton defender is the main English manager in European clash this season and has taken Ostersunds from the fourth level of Swedish football in six years.
The powerful Galatasaray of Turkey, Luxembourg’s Fola Esch and PAOK of Greece were dispatched as Ostersunds beat the chances to achieve the group stage.
They completed second in Group J behind Athletic Bilbao, in front of Zorya Luhansk and Hertha Berlin.
LAST 32 DRAW
Borussia Dortmund vs Atalanta
Nice vs Lokomotiv Moscow
Copenhagen vs Atletico Madrid
Spartak Moscow vs Athletic Bilbao
AEK Athens vs Dynamo Kiev
Celtic vs Zenit St Petersburg
Napoli vs Leipzig
Red Star Belgrade vs CSKA Moscow
Lyon vs Villarreal
Real Sociedad vs Salzbug
Partizan Belgrade vs Viktoria Plzen
Steaua Bucharest vs Lazio
Ludogorets vs AC Milan
Astana vs Sporting Lisbon
Ostersunds vs Arsenal
Marseille vs Braga
The first legs will be played on 15 February, and the second legs will be played on 22 February 2018.
Ostersunds completed eighth in last season’s Allsvenskan, simply their second year in the Swedish best flight however secured a ticket to Europe on account of winning the Cup.
Sweden’s momentum season completed simply a month ago, with Ostersunds winding up fifth in the table.