IN PICS: The UEFA Champions League quarter-final draw

Sport360 staff 17/03/2017
What do you make of the last eight ties?

Here are the key details from Friday's Champions League quarter-final draw at UEFA headquarters in Nyon, Switzerland.

What did you make of the outcome?

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DRAW IN FULL

Atletico (ESP) v Leicester (ENG)

Dortmund (GER) v Monaco (FRA)

Bayern Munich (GER) v Real Madrid (ESP)

Juventus (ITA) v Barcelona (ESP)

The first legs will be played on either April 11-12 and the second legs are set to take place on across April 18-19.

Here are the other key dates to remember:

Semi-final draw: April 21

Semi-final first leg: May 2-3

Semi-final second leg: May 9-10

Final: June 3 at Cardiff

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The Champions League draw for the 2017 quarter-finals took place at UEFA’s headquarters in Nyon on Friday and it produced some truly mouthwatering clashes.

What do you make of the #UCLDraw? Which is the best tie according to you?

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Here’s the draw in full:

Atletico Madrid vs Leicester City

Borussia Dortmund vs AS Monaco

Bayern Munich vs Real Madrid

Juventus vs Barcelona

And here’s the best of the tweets:

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Messi and Neymar: UCL's ultimate combo

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A deadly combo: Messi and Neymar.

The chemistry between Barcelona’s MSN trio upfront has been fairly visible to everyone ever since their coming together.

Two of Barca’s Trident though, Lionel Messi and Neymar, have absolutely been a delight to watch out for in the Champions League, in terms of goals and assists.

And this WhoScored stat tells us that Messi has the most goals (11) plus assists (2) this season, followed by Neymar (four goals and 12 assists) – the man who was the game-changer against PSG and played an instrumental role in taking Barca to the quarter-finals.

Paris Saint Germain’s striker Edinson Cavani is third on the list with eight goals and one assist. No.4 and No.5 on the list are Bayern’s Robert Lewandowski and Borussia Dortmund’s Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.

One thing looks certain, there’s surely more to come from Barca’s MSN.

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