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Manchester United handed to Barcelona as Manchester City and Tottenham paired in all-English Champions League quarter-final

Manchester United to play Barcelona, while Liverpool will take on Porto in the last eight. Ajax and Juventus meet in the other tie.

The first legs will be played on April 9 and 10, the second legs on April 16 and 17.

United will play the first leg of their tie at Old Trafford in light of the fact that both they and City can’t play in Manchester on a similar night.

The champ of the all-English quarter-last will take on either Ajax or Juventus in the semi-last, the draw for which was likewise made at UEFA’s central station in Nyon on Friday.

In the mean-time, Manchester United are on a semi-last impact course with severe adversaries Liverpool in the event that they both advancement.

With four Premier League sides in the last eight out of the blue since 2009, the likelihood of two of them meeting was high.

League Leaders Manchester City should conquer the obstinate trial of Spurs in the event that they are to keep their expectations of winning a phenomenal Quadruple of trophies alive.

City beat Spurs 1-0 at Wembley in the group back in October and the opposite sides are set to meet again the end of the week after the second leg.

CHAMPIONS LEAGUE DRAW 

QUARTER-FINAL DRAW 

TUESDAY, APRIL 9

Liverpool vs Porto

Tottenham vs Manchester City

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10

Ajax vs Juventus

Manchester United vs Barcelona 

TUESDAY, APRIL 16

Juventus vs Ajax

Barcelona vs Manchester United

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17

Porto vs Liverpool

Manchester City vs Tottenham

SEMI-FINAL DRAW 

Tottenham/Manchester City vs Ajax/Juventus

Manchester United/Barcelona vs Liverpool/Porto

This is the first run through City and Tottenham have met in European challenge however from the beginning of time they have met a lot of times locally, with City winning 61 games, Spurs 60 and 35 draws.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s United, who defeated Paris Saint-Germain from 2-0 down in a phenomenal last-16 tie, must topple another European heavyweight as Barcelona.

The match is a rehash of the 2009 and 2011 Champions League finals, both won by Barcelona, however Sir Alex Ferguson’s United got the better of the Catalans more than two legs in the 2008 semi-last.

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